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Eastern's campus was more than a 
collection of buildings across the 
rolling landscape. It was an environ- 
ment in which people with diversified 
interests and talents could come to- 
gether for self-improvement and ex- 
perience. Rather than an environ- 
ment of physical growth which high- 
lighted the 1960s, the University 
proved to be a setting in which people 
grew emotionally as well as intellect- 
ually. 




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Because each person is different, 
each student came to Eastern for a 
special reason. However, all were 
unified in a unique manner. Each 
came in search of a commitment, an 
involvement with their school and the 
world around them. It is this commit- 
ment to excellence over the years 
that has become one of the outstand- 
ing characteristics of Eastern Ken- 
tucky University. 





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"In all areas the job before us is to 
deal with improvements in the quality 
of what we are doing . . ." 

— President J. C. Powell 

From an Interview with 

The Alumnus Editorial Board 

October, 1976 




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"Lord, Thou givest us everything 
for the price of an effort." 

—Leonardo Da Vinci 



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A constant pursuit of improvement, fulfillment, and dedication was 
sensed throughout the entire University community personifying the 
principle of doing more than what is merely required. Learning was a 
shared experience. Both students and teachers gave generously of 
their time and knowledge. This quest for knowledge was not always 
easy, but the rewards made the sometimes wearisome tasks worth- 
while. 





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The pursuit of excellence did not exclude a time for relaxing. 
People who work hard often play hard, and in their "socializing", 
Eastern's students discovered friendships and experiences that 
could benefit them throughout life. 



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The satisfaction and delight of helping 
others, and giving freely of valuable time 
and energy to benefit their fellow nnan, 
drew many of Eastern's students and 
faculty into service activities. Students 
spent long hours aiding others, and 
strangely enough, found that in serving 
others they grew and learned from the 
experience. 



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MOVING IN: Everyone Is Put To Work 



August brought nearly 
7,000 students back to live on 
Eastern's campus. A helping 
hand, whether to carry a 
heavy locker or point out a 
misplaced building, was 
always available and 
welcomed. As students once 
again moved away from 
home, taking most of it with 
them, every one pulled 
together in order to make the 
situation move along 
smoothly. 



RIGHT: Moving into a dorm requires a strong 
sense of humor as well as a strong back. 
BELOW: A member of Eastern's Ivlilitary 
Police company finds herself busy helping 
students and their families to find their way 
around campus. The M.P.'s were also respon- 
sible for helping to direct traffic on campus 
during the hectic days before classes started. 





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ABOVE LEFT: Newly-arrived students 
sometimes found it necessary to wait with 
their belongings while friends and relatives 
carried even more belongings up to the room. 
This student seems to have plenty of posses- 
sions to keep her company as she waits. 
LEFT: A parent helps move in some of the 
"bare necessities" which will help to give the 
dorm room a more home-like atmosphere. 
ABOVE: An Eastern student checks over one 
of his bags before moving it, and all his other 
belongings, up to his temporary home. 



Student Life/Moving In 19 



REGISTRATION 





Over 13,500 students enrolled at Eastern in 
the fall. And although at times it seemed as if 
they were all enrolling in the same class at the 
same time, students still managed to survive 
registration week. 

Many students found that the lines moved 
faster this year. This was due to some changes 
in the registration process at the Alumni 
Coliseum. Student's financial aid desks and the 
check-out registers were moved down on the 
gym floor in order to relieve thecongestion in the 
coliseum corridors. Even with these improve- 
ments, students, registration workers and ad- 
visors alike were glad to see registration over 
and a new semester begin. 




TOP: Patience is one of the virtues developed 
by Eastern's students during registration 
week. MIDDLE RIGHT: Skip Daugtitery, 
Director of Student Activities and Organiza- 
tions, directs a student into tier proper line 
before the day's registration activities begin. 
RIGHT: Students line up alphabetically and 
by class in front of Alumni Coliseum. 
Registration practices like this take a little ex- 
tra time to set up, but they save even more 
time once the students move inside to 
register. 














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LEFT: Collecting class cards In the auxiliary 
gym, students find that they are not at the 
right table to pick up their cards. A faculty 
member points out the table they need to go 
to while the students listen intently, BELOW: 
An advisor looks over a coed's trial schedule. 
After her schedule is okayed she will be able 
to go on and collect her class cards. 




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ABOVE: As another school year begins, many 
students meet old friends and make new ac- 
quaintances at one of the downtown bars. Even 
the lines to get into the crowded bars were found 
to be an excellent place to talk with others. 
RIGHT: Doug Caudill. a Senior from North Bend, 
Ohio, spends some time between classes 
socializing beside the bookstore. 



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Adjusting To Life At Eastern 




First Weeks On Campus 
Provide New Experiences 

The first few weeks of the school year proved 
to be hectic for most students. Last minute 
room assignments, dorm keys, and roommate 
schedules were given out amid a frantic rush for 
textbooks and class supplies. Despite the rigors 
of adjustment and relocation, one or two stu- 
dents found time after classes started to unwind 
downtown. Others chose to meet new friends 
and otherwise socialize by remaining on 
campus. Regardless of where or how they spent 
their spare time, students will remember those 
first hot weeks in August as a unique, if 
demanding, experience. 



LEFT: At the University Store, this student tries to match the classes she 
is taking with the signs on the book racks. By referring to textbooks by 
the classes using them, the University Store saves a great deal of time 
and trouble every year tor Eastern's students. BELOW: The colorful and 
distinctive T-shirts and jackets at the University Store are very popular 
with students and faculty alike. Along with books and other school sup- 
plies, the bookstore carries a full line of shirts, jackets, sporting clothes 
and glassware, all Individualized with Eastern's symbols and designs. 




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Signs On Campus 
Demand Request And Plead 

From the day they arrive as freshmen until 
the day they depart, EKU students are directed, 
restricted, commanded, and sometimes even 
informed by the profuse array of "signery" 
pasted across the campus. 

The first sight many freshmen have of their 
campus is the "Welcome" signs hung by frater- 
nities and sororities on the fence of the in- 
tramural ball field. After this innocent-enough 
beginning, however, the new arrivals are sub- 
jected to numerous, varied sales pitches, com- 
mands, and announcements which conspire to 
boggle the mind. 

It is not long before this onslaught jades the 
students so that they must resort to one of the 
few defenses available— selectivity in obeying 
the directions. 




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Summer Tempo 
Lingers On 



The lazy days of summer continued 
into mucin of tlie fall semester. Tests, 
meetings, lectures, studying— none were 
as important as just a little more time to 
relax. Whetlner on a squeaky sofa in the 
Powell building, the sunny rim of a 
campus fountain or oiled and basking 
upon a beach towel, rest and relaxation 
seemed almost a necessity during those 
hot, endless afternoons of summer. 



RIGHT: Coeds from Martin Hall, in an attempt to keep that 
"perfect tan" ttiat they worked so hard on over the summer, 
succumb to one of summer's last beautiful afternoons. 
BELOW: Bob Varney, a Senior from Belfry, Kentucky, and 
Kathy Tackett, a Junior from Dorton, Kentucky, take time out 
between classes for relaxation and small talk at the Smith 
Park fountain. Hot summer days drew many students out- 
doors to spend their free time. 




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The slow-moving days of late summer tended 
to fill the sofas in the Powell Building with 
sleeping bodies. 



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students Enjoy Second Crafts Fair 



The second annual Crafts 
Fair was held in the center of 
the campus on September 
8th. Craftsmen from all over 
Kentucky set up booths on the 
main concourse between the 
Powell Building and the 
Wallace Building. The 33 ex- 
hibits included such items as 
woodwork, weaving, leather 
goods, plants, pottery and 
dolls. 

Sponsored by the Student 
Association, the fair raised 
$360 for the Scotia Disaster 
Memorial Fund. The fund 
provides a $500 scholarship at 
Eastern for a descendant of a 
Kentucky miner killed in a 
mine disaster. 




ABOVE: Students stop between classes to observe a Ken- 
tucky artist put the finishing touches on one of his many 
canvas paintings. Some of the proceeds from his sales 
went to the Scotia IVIine Disaster Fund which helps miners' 
children to attend Eastern. LEFT: The handcrafted 
jewelry stand proved to be among the most popular ex- 
hibits, as proven by the attention it received from these stu- 
dents. 




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TOP LEFT: Beautiful handmade wood framed mirrors caugfit the 
.attention of many passing students. TOP RIGHT: A craftsman 
finds time among the rush to classes to rearrange his hand- 
thrown pottery hanging planters. ABOVE: Hand tooled leather 
belts and distinctively designed buckles drew the more practical 
students. 



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TOP: Students in Dr. Edwin Hess' lower 
division biology class take copious 
notes as they review for an upcoming 
exam. The first exams of a new 
semester can create some tense mo- 
ments, but most students find that a lit- 
tle time spent studying will ease the 
tensions. ABOVE: Kappa Delta sisters 
Robin Liggett and Leighanne Clark ex- 
plain some of their rush display 
material at one of the many introduc- 
tory meetings held during sorority rush 
week. RIGHT: One release from the 
tensions and the increasing pace of 
campus life is the series of concerts, 
sponsored by the Office of Student Ac- 
tivities. Presented early In the first 
semester, the concerts were held In the 
ravine and Brock Auditorium. 



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Pace Of Campus Activities Increases 




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As the school year moved on, slowly, but in- 
evitably, the pace of activities at Eastern began 
to increase. People began to walk a little bit 
faster to classes, rooms in the Powell Building 
set aside for organizational meetings became 
booked up and everyone took school a little 
more seriously. One reason for the increased 
seriousness on the part of the students was the 
increased interest in tests shown by teachers. 

However, it was not only an increase in 
scholarly pursuit that marked this phase of the 
semester. Football practice became a little 
more serious and a little more physical as the 
season's first games approached. The first 
semester pledge period began for the sororities 
and Greek mixers and parties became an every 
weekend affair. 

All other campus organizations began to 
organize further, with fund raising and social 
activities increasing. The Office of Student Ac- 
tivities scheduled a series of concerts on 
campus as activities increased to allow students 
a little time off from classes and other worries. 




TOP: A senior member of the Little 
Colonel's Drill Squad instructs a group 
of prospective Little Colonels in ttie in- 
tricacies of a drill routine. The squad 
that eventually performed at sports 
events and competitions was formed 
from the girls recruited at early tryout 
sessions lil<e this one. RIGHT: 
Practices become longer, harder and 
much more serious as summer comes 
to a close and the date of the first foot- 
ball game looms large in front of the 
Colonel's coaches and players. 



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Vincent Bugliosi, the chief prosecutor 
in the Charles Manson case, spoke to an 
overflow crowd at Brock Auditorium on 
September 26. Bugliosi, author of the 
best selling book "Helter Skelter", 
described Manson as "an evil so- 
phisticated con man" who turned 
relatively harmless young people into 
mass murderers. Manson convinced his 
followers that after a war between whites 
and blacks, the Manson family would 
control the world. 

Bugliosi stated that he has now turned 
his attention away from the Manson case 
and has called for a reopening of the 
Robert Kennedy assassination investiga- 
tion. His second book on the Manson 
case, "Till Death Do Us Part" was 
published recently. At the end of the lec- 
ture Bugliosi answered a number of 
questions from the audience. Even 
though he thinks Manson is not insane, 
Bugliosi believes him beyond redemption 
and feels the killer should never be 
paroled. 



ABOVE: Vincent Bugliosi, chief 
prosecuting attorney in the Charles 
Manson case, ponders a question from 
the audience following his lecture in 
Brock Auditorium. LEFT: Bugliosi 
autographs copies of his book "Helter 
Skelter" for some of the large crowd of 
students who attended his lecture on 
the IWanson case. 





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Nimoy Enlightens And Entertains 




The University Centerboard presented 
Leonard Nimoy, star of the phenomenally suc- 
cessful "Star Trek" television series, Broadway 
actor and television personality, in a lecture ap- 
pearance on February 16. Held in the Hiram 
Brock Auditorium, the free program contained 
a brief lecture and an extensive question and 
answer period. Nimoy discussed such diverse 
topics as U.F.O.'s, the problems of com- 
municating in modern society, chances for a 
revival of the "Star Trek" science-fiction 
program, the responsibilities and opportunities 
for actors, and his present nationally syndicated 
series "In Search Of . . . ". Nimoy's easygoing 
style and frank responses created a relaxed at- 
mosphere and provided for an entertaining 
evening. 



ABOVE: At a press conference held in the Board ot Regents' room. 
Leonard Nimoy fields a question from one of the television, radio, and 
newspaper reporters in attendance. LEFT: Stressing a literary point, 
Nimoy makes extensive use of "body language". 



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eastern . . . 

For the Eastern student, the 
campus is the world he ex- 
periences 24 hours a day, seven 
days a weel<. It is here that he 
studies, attends classes, makes 
friends and relaxes in the com- 
pany of friends — professors and 
classmates. 

It is here that life's fondest 
memories are formed. It is here 
that he finds love, happiness, 
sadness, anxiety, satisfaction, 
and some disappointment. Com- 
bined, these make up the college 
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The Eastern campus provides truly a beautiful atmosphere in which to live and 
learn. The natural beauty of the campus has been thoughtfully combined with 
buildings of distinctive architecture to maintain a feeling of orderly attractiveness. 
We need only a short time at Eastern to learn why it iscalled the "Campus Beautiful." 





This is Eastern, our home. This is 
Eastern, soon to become our 
beloved Alma Mater. 

This is Eastern, our "Campus 
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What makes Eastern so richly different? Eastern is a state of 
mind as well as a place with thousands of people gathered in a 
compact community. To every student there is something that is 
typically Eastern. It may be a tower, an arch, a stately column; it 
may be a building that has seen the passing of a century, or one 
that is just beginning its years of service. 



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learn. The natural beauty of the campus has been thoughtfully combined with 
buildings of distinctive architecture to maintain a feeling of orderly attractiveness. 
We need only a short time at Eastern to learn why it is called the "Campus Beautiful." 






An invigorating Indian Sum- 
mer replaced the usual drab 
autumn as warm weather 
seemed to last forever. Almost 
overnight, the campus was 
electrified with colors. Crisp, 
bright leaves hung 
desperately onto their 
branches as students headed 
outdoors to take advantage of 
the wonderful weather. The 
ravine, with its tall trees and 
soft grass, was a favorite 
resting place, ideal for study- 
ing, cycling or squirrel- 
watching. Nevertheless, the 
rains came at last, and leaves, 
no longer part of a spacious 
canopy, matted into a soggy, 
cold carpet for students hurry- 
ing to midterm classes. 





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ABOVE: The funny, if messy, "Milk My Baby" event has become 
one of the most popular games at the IX Derby. Concluding a 
week of activities, this year's "Boogie Derby" gave this Phi Mu, 
and all the other participants, a chance to have a good time. TOP 
RIGHT: The sisters of Alpha Delta Pi react to the news of a victory 
in one of the events on derby day. The A.D.P.'s came in second in 
a close competition that saw the Chi Omegas victorious. BELOW 
RIGHT: A member of the Chi Omega sorority completes the first 
stop of the "Slippery Hole Chase" at the ZX Derby and runs to 
pick up a second innertube. This year the derby was held on Sep- 
tember 17th with seven sororities competing for prizes and 
trophies. 




1977 Sigma Chi "Boogie Derby" 



Capping a week of celebration and activity, 
the annual Sigma Chi Derby opened the greek 
fair season with a day of fun and excitement. 
This year's derby was more of a weekly event, 
with a "watermelon bust" competition on Tues- 
day night, a fireworks display on Wednesday 
night, window decoration judging on Thursday 
and the Derby Chase melee on Friday. 
Rounding out the week was an all-greek mixer 
at the IX house on Friday night. 

Titled the "Boogie Derby" this year, the derby 
allowed Eastern's greek community a welcomed 
chance for fellowship. On Derby Day seven 
sororities vied for the IX Spirit Award in events 
such as "Milk My Baby" and "The Slippery Hole 
Chase". First place went to the sisters of Chi 
Omega and Kathy Cole of Alpha Delta Pi was 
crowned the Derby Queen. 



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GREEK The Spirit of Unity 
FAIRS The Fun of Competing 





Lambda Chi's Initiate 
A New Campus Tradition 



Held on September 22nd, the Lambda Chi 
Alpha "Watermelon Bust" competition brought 
a new and novel concept to campus. Competing 
in games using watermelons were over 60 
teams of greek and independent coeds. Some 
of the games included the watermelon rolling 
contest, a greased melon relay, a watermelon 
eating contest and a search through a haystack 
for a watermelon. Almost 300 watermelons were 
consumed, one way or another, in a day that left 
the "Seed Spitters" from Clay Hall victorious, if 
queasy. 



ABOVE LEFT: This coed finds that the best way to win the Melon Eating 
contest is to bite in and disregard the watermelon juice. BELOW LEFT: 
The Watermelon Roll Contest took concentration and coordination. 
BELOW: Cooperation was required for the Greased Melon contest. 




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Booths And Events Draw Crowds . . 



Cloudy skies and the threat 
of rain did nothing to dampen 
spirits at the eight annual 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon County 
Fair. The fair was held this 
year on September 28th. 
Twelve fraternities and six 
sororities competed in lAE 
sponsored events and a num- 
ber of booths were sponsored 
by fraternities and sororities. 

Among the lAE events 
were a checkers cham- 
pionship, a stiltwalk, a cider 
chug, arm wrestling and a 
cigarette rolling contest. 
Events based in booths in- 
cluded a swing sponge booth, 
a basketball toss booth and a 
rope walk booth. Winning the 
overall sorority trophy was 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Delta 
Upsilon won the fraternity 
trophy. 



TOP RIGHT: lAE tries to negotiate the 
tricky rope ladder at the Alpha Delta Pi "Rope 
Walk" booth. RIGHT: At the Kappa Alpha 
"Basketball Toss" booth a fraternity brother 
shoots for a chance at the first prize, a keg of 
liquid refreshment. 




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LEFT: Phi Mu Karen Kinder and lAE Bob Canon talk 
with Phi IVlu "lion" Lou Ann Cavenee as she tai es time 
out from work at the Phi Mu's "Swing Sponge" booth. 
BELOW LEFT: At the final round of the lAfc- 
sponsored checkers championship Julie Dolan of 
Alpha Gamma Delta (left) waits patiently as Kappa 
Delta's Teresa Butler (right) considers her next move. 
The Kappa Deltas won the event, but the Alpha Gams 
went on to win the overall championship, with four first 
places and two second places. BOTTOM LEFT: The 
hard-core gamblers were found at the Sigma Chi 
"Roulette Wheel" booth, waiting for the spinning ball to 
land. 



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Eastern Prepares For Homecoming 1977 



The spirit of excitement and participation 
wfiich peal<ed at tlie Homecoming game did not 
just appear from ttiin air. For weel<s beforehand 
many organizations planned and prepared for 
the weel<'s festivities. The returning classes of 
1967 and 1972 were contacted, concerts and 
bands were booked and the various student 
organizations began work on their floats. Like 
all other campus decorations, the floats were 
suggestive of this year's homecoming theme of 
"Turn On With TV". They all featured characters 
from television programs and commercials. 

Students in residence halls also got into the 
homecoming spirit. The dorm's pillars and front 



walls were decorated with colorful posters and 
signs. 

Over 250 students braved a cold Thursday 
evening and joined the cheerleaders and the 
Pep Band as they saluted Coach Kidd and the 
football team. The nippy weather had little effect 
on the crowd, who seemed to rekindle a sense 
of school spirit that had not always been evident 
during the year. As Coach Kidd and several of 
the senior team members completed their 
reflections on what a victory over Western 
meant, the crowd dispersed with perhaps a new 
understanding of what competition and 
homecoming mean at Eastern. 



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OPPOSITE; TOP LEFT: Helping brighten the 
campus for Homecoming, students from 
Commonwealth Hall use the only weights 
available, a pair of old hiking boots, to hold 
down their sign. TOP RIGHT: Coeds from 
Sullivan Hall perch precariously on their 
dorm's roof in order to put the finishing 
touches on a "f^/lary Poppins" display during 
homecoming week. OPPOSITE; LEFT: 
H/lembers of the Baptist Student Union work 
late at a local tobacco warehouse in order to 
finish up in time for the homecoming parade. 
MIDDLE LEFT: In preparation for the 
homecoming game, the cheerleaders and the 
Pep Band drum up a little competitive spirit at 
a pep rally in the ravine. BOTTOM LEFT: The 
sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority carry 
off the effigy of Western. The girls also carried 
off the prize for the most spirit at the rally, a 
keg of liquid refreshment. 





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Homecoming Spirit Parades Through Town 



Homecoming is often the most exciting time 
of the school year. Old graduates come back to 
campus, Lancaster Avenue's trees are at their 
most colorful and the annual homecoming 
parade draws large crowds to watch the floats 
and listen to the bands. Good weather prevailed 
at Homecoming 77 and the parade drew an un- 
usually large crowd. Monetary prizes were won 
by the Kappa Delta Tau-lota Epsilon Tau float 



"MASH Western" (Most Original) and the Bap- 
tist Student Union float "Let's Cream Western" 
(Most Beautiful). Clowns from the Shriner's 
Club entertained everyone with their antics and 
costumes, while passing out balloons to 
children in the crowd. The high point of the 
parade was the appearance of the group of fif- 
teen campus beauties who were the finalists in 
the contest for Queen of Homecoming for 1977. 



RIGHT: In theatrical clown's whiteface, mem- 
bers of Eastern's ttieatre department clown 
down Lancaster Avenue at the annual 
homecoming parade. BELOW RIGHT: 
Shriner's clowns, on their midget cycles, en- 
tertain the Richmond crowds during 
homecoming celebrations. 





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TOP LEFT: The Baptist Student Union's float 
"Let's Cream Western", with the Campbell's 
Soup Kids, received the Most Beautiful Float 
Award and a prize of $150. ABOVE LEFT: 
Riding atop the Richmond Fire Department's 
hook and ladder truck. Eastern's 
cheerleaders enjoy the bright sun and warm 
weather of homecoming morning. LEFT: As a 
part of the parade, a member of Pi Kappa 
Alpha fraternity hands out McDonald's 
balloons to young spectators. 



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Eastern was the showplace of the Common- 
wealth during Homecoming 77. Student interest 
and school spirit soared to new heights making 
for a week of unparalleled excitement and the 
creation of many cherished memories. 

The homecoming theme, "Turn On With 
TV", could not have been more appropriate. As 
a regional television audience tuned in to the 
first live telecast of a college game originated by 
a Kentucky station. Eastern's Colonels turned 
on before 25,000 fans to soundly defeat cross- 
state rival Western, 35-10. The contest was 
lauded the "Golden Game" marking the 50th 
meeting between the two schools, and in the 



minds of every true Eastern fan, the game was 
a work of art. Only a last minute Hilltopper score 
prevented the Colonels from claiming their 
largest victory margin since the Eastern- 
Western series began. 

Everything about Homecoming 77 was spe- 
cial. The weather could not have been more 
beautiful for the colorful parade of floats, bands 
and lovely queen candidates, and the festive 
mood of the annual Homecoming Dance on 
Friday made it a night to remember for all who 
attended. 
It was, indeed, a very special weekend. 




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TOP: Students react to an Eastern touchdown with cheering and 
an airborne flurry of paper towels as a capacity crowd of 25.000 
fans watch the 50th Eastern-Western game. LEFT: Eastern 
Guards Jerome Miller and Dean Stuckey congratulate Flanker 
Jim Nelson on his touchdown-scoring reception of a 24-yard pass 
from Quarterback Ernie House. This score in the second quarter 
increased Eastern's lead over Western Kentucky University to 21 - 
0. ABOVE: During the halftime program of the 1977 Homecoming 
Game, the Alumni Band joins the Marching Maroons in a musical 
salute to some of the TV tunes and jingles of past and present. 
OPPOSITE LEFT: Ronald McDonald joins majorette Linda 
Cullen, a senior from Springfield Ohio, in an improvised halftime 
dance routine. OPPOSITE RIGHT: A flotilla of balloons are 
released during pre-game festivities. 



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Thousands Turn On To Homecoming 




Jenny Henson Crowned 
Amid Autumn's Beauty 



A bright, beautiful fall day set the stage for 
Eastern's largest football crowd to witness the 
crowning of the 1977 Homecoming Queen. 
Jenny Henson, a senior from Somerset, was 
crowned in pregame ceremonies by President 
J. C. Powell. Miss Henson, an English major 
with a 3.8 G.P.A. and a Presidential 
Scholarship, plans to go on to graduate school. 
Her career plans include teaching college level 
English and writing a novel. Jenny is a member 
of the Sigma Tau Delta English honorary, the 
Kappa Delta Tau service sorority, and the Beta 
Theta Pi fraternity little sisters organization. She 
is also a majorette with the E.K.U. Marching 
Maroons. 

Jenny was selected as the Kentucky 
representative to the All-American Homecom- 
ing Queens competition at the Orange Bowl 
Festival in Miami. 




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Debbie Thomas 




first Runner-Up 

eOTDid Thomas, a junior from 
Shepherdsvilie, was sponsored by Com- 
monwealth HaJI'. Majoring in Elementary 
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RIGHT: Bottom: Sponsored 
by Case Hall, senior Gingie 
Slusher plans to teach in the 
area of the deaf, upon com- 
pletion of her degree in Deaf 
Education. Gingie is active in 
the Student Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children. Middle: A 
sophomore Music Merchan- 
dising major, Leslie Berkshire 
is a member of Delta Omicron 
and has been active in the 
Symphonic Band. She is also 
the Field Commander for the 
E.K.U. Marching Band. Leslie 
was sponsored by Delta 
Omicron and Phi Mu Alpha. 
Top: Robin Spangler, a 
sophomore voice major from 
Dillsboro, Indiana, has a wide 
variety of interests. She is a 
member of the University 
Players as well as being a 
Lambda Chi Crescent Girl. 
Sponsored by the Lambda Chi 
Alpha Fraternity, Robin hopes 
to someday sing profes- 
sionally. 

BELOW RIGHT; Bottom: A 
junior English major, Anita 
Jones was sponsored by the 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 
and was their representative 
to the 34th Annual Delta 
Sigma Theta National Con- 
vention. IVIiddle: Sigma Chi 
Sweetheart, Debbie Raque, a 
senior from Louisville, is ma- 
joring in Medical Assisting 
Technology. Sponsored by 
the Sigma Chi Fraternity, Deb- 
bie is a member of the Alpha 
Delta Pi Sorority. After 
graduation she plans to work 
as a doctor's assistant. Top: 
Senior Elaine Neal, a Physical 
Education major, plans to 
teach elementary P.E. She is a 
member of the Delta Upsilon 
Little Sisters and has been an 
officer of the Little Colonels 
for several years. Elaine was 
sponsored by the Delta Up- 
silon Fraternity. 



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Homecoming Court 





LEFT; Bottom: Janice 
Teague, a freshman from 
Louisville, was sponsored by 
the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. 
A Fashion Merchandising ma- 
jor, Janice is a member of the 
Phi Beta Sigma's Little Sister 
organization and was 
Eastern's 1977 Miss Ebony 
Queen. Middle: Sponsored by 
the E-Club, junior Lindalee 
IVIarchese plans to become a 
P.E. teacher and coach upon 
her graduation from Eastern. 
Lindalee is a member of the 
field hockey team and is 
secretary of the PEMM Club. 
Top: An Interior Design major 
from Louisville, senior Angela 
Stevenson was sponsored by 
the Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority. Angela is a member 
of the 7-11 Social Club, the 
American Society of Interior 
Designers and the Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority. 

BELOW LEFT; Top: Pam 
Grover plans to become a 
medical assistant upon 
receipt of her degree in 
Medical Assisting Technology. 
Sponsored by Palmer Hall, 
Pam, a sophomore from Dan- 
ville, is a member of the Alpha 
Delta Pi Sorority. Middle: A 
sophomore Public Relations 
major. Tammy Harris was 
sponsored by the Alpha Delta 
Pi Sorority. Tammy comes 
from Louisville and is a mem- 
ber of Alpha Delta Pi. Bottom: 
Geology major Laura Hamm 
plans a career in the field of 
geology. A senior from 
Shelbyville, Laura was spon- 
sored by the Kappa Delta 
Sorority. She was a member 
of the Board of Student Reten- 
tion and is President of Kappa 
Delta. 



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Starbuck Leads Off Concert Season 



The mellow, southern rock and roll sounds of 
Starbuck opened the University Centerboard's 
major concert season. This year's first concert 
was held on September 22 in Hiram Brock 
Auditorium. The overflow crowd which filled the 
auditorium was entertained by such hit Star- 
buck singles as "Moonlight Feels Right" and "I 
Got to Know". 

Starbuck, a band that opened the Seals and 
Crofts concert at Eastern last year, incorporated 
Africian instruments, marimbas and flutes into 
their lyrical compositions, creating a blend of 
relaxing, exotic music. The versatility of their 
music's style and content added greatly to the 
evening and the audiences enthusiastic 
response. 



RIGHT: The exciting l<eyboard work of band members Bruce Blackman 
and Dave Shaves adds another dimension to the evening's entertain- 
ment with Starbuck. This first presentation of the University Center- 
board program was a welcome change from the routine of classes. 
BELOW: The acoustics of Brock Auditorium add to the powerful 
sound system brought in by the band in one of the better sounding con- 
certs recently held on campus. 





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ABOVE LEFT: Although Starbuck made extensive use 
of unusual and exotic instruments, their abilities with 
the electric guitar and bass were not lacl<ing. ABOVE: 
Lyrical compositions and an occasional romantic ballad 
shows the diverse talents of the group. LEFT: Drummer 
Ken Crysler lends his talents to a musical set. 




Love For Love Captures 
Style Of The Period 



The Eastern Theatre Department opened 
their season with William Congreve's Restora- 
tion comedy Love For Love. The flavor of the 
period was captured well as the silks and satins 
of the costumes rustled against the polished 
wood finish of the set. 

Centered around the apparently non-existent 
romantic involvement of Angelica and Valen- 
tine, the play spun a complicated web of misfor- 
tune and trickery. The lovers were eventually 
united but not several interferring characters 
suffered from their meddling. 



ABOVE: Mrs. Frail (Anita Lenhart) and Miss Prue (Debbie Eskridge) 
lool< on witin Scandle and Tattle as Angelica and Valentine (Mark Sowell) 
continue their never ending battle of wit and words. RIGHT: Mr. 
Foresight unsuccessfully tries to persuade his niece Angelica (Chrissy 
Denzlnger) to curtail her activities and become more ladylike. 




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LEFT: Mr. Scandle (Mark Miles) and Mr. Tattle (Andy Zagar) attempt 
to sort out in their minds what sort of trickery Angelica is up to. 
BELOW: Mr. Foresight looks unsuccessfully for an important docu- 
ment as his servants (Richard Cox and Billye Killman) watch in dis- 
may. BOTTOM: Angelica unveils her twisted plot to the open ears of 
Tattle and Scandle. 





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MEDEA — A Tale Of Love And Revenge 



A fascinating bit of Greek 
mythology was recreated for 
Eastern audiences in 
February with the staging of 
Robinson Jeffers' Medea. The 
production was an American 
adaptation of Euripedes' 
Greel< tragedy which spins the 
tale of a betrayed woman who 
seeks revenge on the people 
who turned against her. 

After being assisted by 
Medea in his quest for the 
Golden Fleece, her husband 
Jason leaves her for the 
daughter of another king. 

Medea begi ns her 
vengeful plans by killing 
Jason's future wife and father- 
in-law. She then makes her 
vengence complete by killing 
her two sons. 

The spirit of Greek theatre 
was well presented with the 
help of the outstanding 
costumes and expressive 
masks worn by the cast. 

The character of Medea is 
thought by many to be one of 
the most dynamic female 
roles ever written. Sophomore 
Leslie Stokes did a splendid 
job of portraying the powerful 
character of Medea. 



RIGHT: After being betrayed by the man she 
served and loved, Medea (Leslie Stokes) sets 
out to destroy him utterly and completely. 



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LEFT: Medea's husband, the famed Jason of the Argonauts, (Bill Hollln- 
de) returns to visit with his sons (Darrell and George Smith) and to try to 
persuade Medea to let them come away with him. BELOW: A chorus of 
Corinthian women (Mary Canning, Deborah Eskridge, Billye Killman) 
listen in horror as Medea prays to the gods for the destruction of her 
enemies. BOTTOM: A slave from the house of Creon (Robert Sergent) 
tells Medea of the horror she has caused and tries to persuade her to 
flee from the city. 





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Guthrie Concert Is Simple And Relaxed 



Delighting the crowd with his music and 
phiiosophy, Arlo Guthrie, along with his band 
Shenandoah brought his own special brand of 
entertainment to Brock Auditorium on March 
6th. 

The son of the late singer Woody Guthrie, 
Arlo Guthrie carried on his father's folksinging 
tradition in a concert of ballads and folk-songs 
mixed with more contemporary music. 

Accompanying his music with stories and 
jokes, Guthrie seemed to entertain his listeners 
on a personal basis. 

By the end of the concert audience members 
were caught up by the presence of the 
charismatic singer. 



ABOVE: The smaller, more intimate atmosphere of the Hiram Brock 
Auditorium complements the relaxed, personable attitude of the Arlo 
Guthrie show. RIGHT: An electric guitar adds a bit of force to the 
otherwise sedate "Alice's Restaurant". 





LEFT: Accompanying himself on the electric 
piano, Guthrie sings an impromptu version of 
his famous "City of New Orleans". 




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The Christmas Spirit hit campus shortly after 
Thanksgiving breal<, bringing students and 
faculty together in the celebration of the birth of 
Christ. 

The University offered a number of traditional 
Christmas activities and celebrations for the 
students and the local community. The Depart- 
ment of Music sponsored an Elizabethan 
Madrigal Feaste on December 8 and 9, com- 
plete with a seven course dinner and 
Elizabethan dancing and music. 

Several campus organizations, including the 
Collegiate Pentacle and Eastern's social frater- 
nities and sororities, presented the 48th Annual 
Hanging of the Greens on December 11. 

The same evening, the 46th performance of 
Handel's Messiah took place. Under the direc- 
tion of David Wehr and Earle Thomas, the EKU 
Concert Choir, University Singers, and 
Symphony Orchestra provided the entertain- 
ment. 

In a sense, it was also a traditional Christmas 
observance by Eastern students. Throughout 
campus, dorm rooms were decorated with 
lights and ribbons, while many dorms and 
fraternity houses had tree decorating parties. 

RIGHT: Members of the Panhellenic Council open the Christmas season 
on campus with the 48th Annual Hanging of the Greens ceremony, held 
in the Keen Johnson Building. 





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TOP: Soft lighting and music from an age long past create a magical at- 
mosphere for the hundreds of people attending the Department of 
Music's colorful Elizabethan Madrigal Feaste. LEFT: The lobby of Sul- 
livan Hall becomes the focus for the decorations and celebrations of its 
inhabitants. All across the campus students and staff trimmed trees and 
strung ribbons and wreaths to celebrate the holiday season. ABOVE: A 
rich Classical tradition is renewed annually at Christmastime, as the 
EKU Concert Choir, University Singers and Symphony Orchestra com- 
bine their talents in an evening of the beautiful and inspiring "Messiah ". 



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Winter's Heavy Snows 
Beautify Campus 



Eastern and Central Kentucky received 
more than their share of the nation's record 
breal<ing winter weather. The winter was 
characterized by large snow accumula- 
tions, stiff winds and icy conditions. Classes 
were cancelled for two days in January 
when roads became treacherous and icy. 

Snow lay on the ground from December 
until well into March, while students slowly 
learned to adjust to the restricting weather. 
Regardless of all the discomfort and incon- 
veniences it brought, everyone had to ad- 
mit that the snowy beauty of the winter of 
1977-1978 was breathtaking. 



ABOVE: The bright sunshine that occasionally shines through the 
clouds onto winter's new snow brings a peaceful, almost rustic 
appearance to the Coates Administration Building. RIGHT: Sure 
footing and a positive attitude are necessary in order to brave the 
snow covered walkways in the ravine. 




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ABOVE: Snow-trimmed evergreens contrast 
strongly with ttie stark branches of the 
ravine's annual trees. LEFT: Eastern's 
architectural beauty combines with the 
season's natural beauty in a majestic winter 
scene. 




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BELOW: Sandy Hodge, a junior from Fern Creek, has learned 
that a knitted cap, a scarf and gloves can go far to help her sur- 
vive the worst Kentucky winter in recent history. RIGHT: Fighting 
against a heavy snowfall, Roosevelt Kelley, a senior from Dayton, 
Ohio, works to clear his car windshield. Many students cleared 
snow off their cars before early classes only to find them covered 
over again by the afternoon. BOTTOM: Walking across campus 
becomes a sometimes dangerous challenge when large snow ac- 
cumulations pack into layers of slippery ice. 





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Though the snow created a beautiful campus 
scene, most students would agree that it also left 
a lot of headaches behind. For those who tried 
to drive, the result was more often than not a 
battery jump from a friend or a wrecker. And if 
you were lucky enough to have a battery that 
started, you were faced with the rather difficult 
task of scraping off the car windows. 

For those who tried to walk around campus, 
the going was not much easier. Icy sidewalks 
created problems galore. Snow plows made the 
scene in February, but not in time to save many 
of the slips and falls. 

These setbacks, however, did not keep the 
spirit of Eastern's students down for long. The 
snowball fights and snowmen that came with 
the bad weather showed the ability of people to 
enjoy life, even in times of adversity. 



TOP: An impromptu snowball fight outside the Powell Building allows 
some of the more aggressive members of Eastern's community to work 
off some of their stored up energy. RIGHT: Sudden snowfalls caught 
many of Eastern's staff off balance. Putting chains on a tire in the center 
of a frozen parking lot is just one of the unpleasant necessities of winter. 




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TOP: Unaccustomed to winters with tieavy snow, some students 
from South Carolina rejoice after finding their buried Voll<swagen. 
LEFT: Taking a temporary break between attacks, snowy anarchists 
hide behind the protection afforded by a Powell Building exit. 
ABOVE: After trudging over several inches of snow and ice many 
students wished for easier methods of traveling across campus. One 
student sees the most convenient means of travel over the snow to 
be grabbing a pair of skis and heading for the nearest hill. 



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ABOVE: The glare of streetlamps through 
the smoke presents an eerie scene as 
viewed from Brockton. RIGHT: Residents 
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Cooperation Prevents Major Problems 




On January 26, a near disaster occurred at 
Telford Hall. At 7:15 P.M., fire struck room 1043 
of the dormitory. As smoke billowed out of dorm 
windows and fire engines sat uselessly below, 
women calmly evacuated their living quarters. 
The eerie scene could be seen from downtown 
Richmond, and momentarily created anxieties 
in the city. 

The problems of the fire brought out the best 
in students. Helping hands, extra clothes, and 
an overnight roommate were common stories 
for weeks in the grill and around campus. 

Room 1043 was a total loss. Fortunately, fire 
and water damage in the dorm were the only 
losses. No one was seriously injured in the 
blaze, though some minor frostbite cases were 
reported. 

Quick thinking by many averted a major 
disaster. 



LEFT: The morning after: A frightful reminder of a near disaster. 
BELOW: Susan Thomas, RA at Waiters, tries to calm the confusion while 
distributing blankets and clothing. 




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Flu Season Takes Its Toll On Campus 



Accompanying the winter 
weather to campus this past 
year was an almost epidemic 
of influenza. 

Whether the bug that in- 
vaded Eastern was the Rus- 
sian flu or just the everyday 
Richmond strain, it hit campus 
like a blitzkrieg. 

The infirmary was overrun 
with students seeking help. 
Lines were long and hours 
shortened, as nurses were un- 
able to maneuver on the ice- 
covered roads of Madison 
County. 

Doctors countered the cold 
and flu season with a variety of 
pills and syrups, but for many, 
the flu still restulted in missing 
classes. Though some stu- 
dents undoubtedly enjoyed a 
couple of days off from class, 
the miserable feeling that ac- 
companies a 103 temperature 
left many others suffering and 
in bed. 

The flu season — another 
aspect of a winter not soon to 
be forgotten. 



ABOVE: Waiting to see a doctor at the infir- 
mary can be a long and tiring wait when your 
energies are drained by a persistent cold. 
RIGHT: Trying to concentrate while studying 
is next to impossible when it's necessary to 
constantly grab for a tissue. 



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BELOW: The infirmary overflows with students seeking 
relief from this year's epidemic of influenza. LEFT: A 
campus coed receives medication to relieve the misery of 
the flu. 




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ABOVE: The ■'Universal" weight machine 
provides a personal challenge to nursing ma- 
jor, Steve Nankivell as he enjoys an individual 
exercising workout. RIGHT: Jogging through 
the corridors of the Begley Building add a 
new dimension to a traditionally lonely exer- 
cise. 




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Physical Fitness Is Important To All 



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One of the most obvious concerns around 
campus the past year was personal physical 
fitness. From around every corner and in every 
racquetball court, students and faculty could be 
seen trying to get into shape. 

Thousands of students participated in a 
variety of campus activities. Intramural sports 
for both men and women offered organized and 
structured play for everyone. Racquetball and 
the free swim program met with phenomenal 
success, while weightlifting and jogging offered 
individuals privacy during periods of exercise. 

Though most students failed in their efforts to 
become the perfect physical specimen, many 
did succeed in improving their overall physical 
fitness. 



LEFT: Jane Rolfsen, a sophomore Special Education major, enjoys a 
mid-winter swim during a free swimming period held in the Combs 
Natatorium. BELOW: Participation in the physical fitness programs 
sponsored by the women's dorms allows female students a chance to 
exercise stiff muscles. 




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Hidden World Supports 
Eastern's Activities 



Hidden behind closed doors or secluded in 
some remote corner of campus are the people 
and machines that keep things working. Few 
students ever see these behind the scenes peo- 
ple but without them, operations of the Univer- 
sity would soon come to a grinding halt. 

From furnace operators to communication 
directors, these people are the life support 
system of the campus. Without them, 
classrooms would be cold, football games 
would not exist, and communications would 
cease. Think about what may be behind those 
locked doors next time you journey across 
campus. 



RIGHT: The entrails of the Dial Access Center in the library seem like a 
jigsaw puzzle with some of the pieces missing. BELOW: Winter snows 
find maintenance men constantly fighting a losing battle with the ele- 
ments while they try to make sidewalks passable. BELOW RIGHT: The 
boiler room in the Ramsey Building is constantly being monitored to 
check heating pressures in various buildings on campus. 










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BELOW: Cooperation between the masses is tfie only way to suc- 
cessfully cover Hanger Field in the event of rain during football season. 



BOTTOM: Andy Ruhlin supervises a television production class while 
watching the monitors in the control room of the T.V. studio. 




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The Office of Student Ac- 
tivities revived the campus 
film series during the Fall 77 
semester, showing films seven 
days a week in the 137-seat 
Pearl Buchanan Theatre. 

The films were successful 
enough that plans were made 
to continue the series in- 
definitely. Among the reasons 
for the program's success 
were the facts that the films 
were well advertised, shown 
regularly at the same location 
and at the same low cost. 
Monday night special show- 
ings, at which time foreign, 
cultural vintage, or classic 
films were shown, also con- 
tributed to the series' good 
fortune. 



TOP LEFT: One-dollar ticket prices and a 
large number of showings draw large crowds 
to the Pearl Buchanan Theatre. LEFT: Shortly 
after the Telford fire mishap, students watch a 
scene from "The Towering Inferno" with 
perhaps more sympathy towards the movie's 
victims than they had before. BELOW: Movie- 
going is as much a social event as an enter- 
tainment event. 




5th Annual Miss Ebony Pageant Held 



Pamela Martin, a sophomore social work 
major representing the Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity won the 5th Annual Miss Ebony 
Pageant. Held on February 2, the pageant 
was hosted by Wilbert Goatley and Karen 
Bearden. Miss Martin performed an inter- 
pretive dance set to African music in her 
talent portion of the pageant. 

The Alpha Kappa Alpha sponsored event 
also included competition in the areas of 
sports wear, swim wear, and evening wear. 
Delphia Davis, representing the University 
Gospel Ensemble, took the runner-up title. 
Bobbie Jean Finnel and Trinia Dixon, both 
sponsored by the Phi Beta Sigma 
Sweetheart Club, took second and third 
runner-up respectively. 

RIGHT: Sponsored by Omega Psi Phi, Miss Pam Martin models a 
sportswear outfit for the modeling portion of the ceremony's com- 
petition. BELOW: Master and Mistress of Ceremonies Wilbert 
Goatley and Karen Bearden provide a running commentary for 
the evening wear presentation. 





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ABOVE: Miss Ebony runner-up. Delphia 
Davis, delivers a pointed soliloquy on "The 
Negro Mother" as part of her performance for 
the talent area of the competition. LEFT: 
Janie Teange (Left). Miss Ebony of 1977. pre- 
sents the winner's bouquet to Pam Martin 
(Right), while Sharon Lewis, (Center) looks 
on. 



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EXAMS: A Moment Of Anxiety 



Finals — the last hurdle in a semester of hard 
work. For some it was an opportunity to show 
what had been learned after months of concen- 
trated study. For others, it was finally time to 
sober up and face the gloomy specter of possi- 
ble failure. No matter how prepared (or un- 
prepared) the students were, their faces always 
reflected the work, concentration, calculation 
and eventual relief or despair that resulted from 
their efforts. 



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Spring Beauty: 
Renaissance Of Nature 



The annual renaissance of the beauty of 
Eastern returned to campus during the second 
semester as Nature seemed to blossom 
everywhere. The pinks, greens, reds, and 
whites of flowers and trees replaced the dirty 
brown snow as the dominant colors of the 
campus. 

Though some streets lost their identity to 
flowering dogwoods, the campus itself retained 
its appropriate nickname — the campus 
beautiful. 

Overlooking all of Nature's splendor was one 
of Eastern's most beautiful landmarks, the clock 
tower of the Keen Johnson Building. 






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TOP: The flowering dogwoods of spring momentarily replace the or- 
dinary symbols of campus in a dazzling display of nature's 
craftsmanship. ABOVE: The millstone seats in the ravine seem almost 
comfortable in the relaxing atmosphere of a sunny spring day. As spring 
brings more warm pleasant days, students move outside from winter's 
long confinement. 



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LEFT AND BELOW LEFT: The early spring flowers that cover 
campus provide eager students with a burst of color after the 
drab browns and grays of the winter. BELOW: The tower on 
Beckham Hall rises amid a mass of budding white blossoms. 





Eastern Rediscovers The Outdoors 



Accompanying the beautiful colors of spring 
to the campus out of doors was Eastern's 
population. 

Students flocked to various campus locations 
to bask in the bright sunshine or to simply take 
time out for a moment of peaceful tranquility. 
The ravine was again the center of most 
springtime activities. Offering a combination of 
beauty and solitude, the ravine, as much as 
anything else on campus, was the symbol of our 
exultation with nature. 

Many students gathered on the square by the 
bookstore while others found a quieter location 
by the back entrance of the library. 

Regardless of where they gathered, Eastern's 
community was taking time out from busy 
schedules to stop and enjoy the first days of a 
renewed campus. 




ABOVE RIGHT: Bright sunshine and new growing grass give students a 
chance to catch up on their reading and their tans before the spring 
breal<. RIGHT: Sunbathers can sometimes gather more admirers than 
all of spring's flowers and budding trees. BELOW: Comfortable spring 
temperatures make the planter outside the bookstore a convenient 
place to stop and compare notes. 





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TOP: A pair of sunbathers try to start their summer sun- 
tans early after a long cold winter indoors. ABOVE: 
Easter sunrise services in tfie ravine's amphitheater 
gave the congregation an appropriate settingfor a morn- 
ing of worship. LEFT: A central campus location 
makes a handy place to study for an upcoming exam. 



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University Woodlands: A Giant Classroom 



The "classrooms" at Eastern are not merely 
the buildings wherein classes are held. They are 
anywhere that students and teachers can learn 
and study. One example of this is the series of 
nature preserves controlled by the University. 

These natural woodlands, Lilly Cornett 
Woods in Letcher County, Maywoods in Garrett 
and Rockcastle Counties, and the Spencer- 
Morton preserve in Powell County, act as a 
classroom for environmental education studies 
and as protective preserve for animal and plant 
species. 

These preserves provided undergraduate 
and graduate students with invaluable informa- 
tion about the ecological structures in a 
forested setting. The woodlands also acted as 
recreational areas for the public, with hiking 
paths, bird watching and photographic oppor- 
tunities, recreational areas, and public walking 
tours, held from April to October and guided by 
biology students. 




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PAGE 86: ABOVE: Visitors to the Lilly Cornett 
Woods listen to an Eastern park supervisor 
explain an area of the local terrain. BELOW: 
One of the most beautiful areas of the 
IWaywoods preserve is Lake Edmiston, a 13 
acre body of water surrounded by a large Oak 
Forest. PAGE 87; ABOVE: Lilly Cornett 
Woods, a tract of virgin forest containing an 
outstanding example of a Mixed Mesophytic 
Forest, abounds with small streams and 
ponds. LEFT: Fall's colors add a dash of gold 
to the rugged strata of Pilot Knob formation at 
the Spencer-Morton Preserve. 



Student Life 87 



RIGHT: Eastern students line up for one of ttie 
last times as they prepare to file in to ttie 
Commencement ceremonies in Alumni 
Coliseum. BELOW: A last minute adjustment 
of tfie bulky graduation regalia can act as an 
outlet to pre-ceremony jitters. 





88 Student Life/Graduation 



Graduation: An End, Yet A Beginning 




After years of study and learning, graduation 
from college took only a few hours. Eastern's 
graduates looked at commencement and 
graduation as not an end to their learning but 
rather as another beginning. They looked 
forward with anticipation and a little anxiety to 
their futures. Eastern had given them the tools 
and skills for survival in an increasingly complex 
society. What they did with the promise of 
Eastern's gift was totally up to the individual 
graduate. 

For many, this meant summer weddings and 
the beginning of a new family, while others 
would continue their education in graduate or 
professional programs. Whatever Eastern's 
graduates decided upon, they all realized that 
their future was now in their hands. 



LEFT: For many people graduation is followed by the more permanent 
transitions of engagement and marriage, fi/lore career-minded 
graduates postpone their long term commitments in order to pursue 
graduate or professional careers. BELOW: The accomplishment of ob- 
taining a college degree can be the source of a great deal of family 
pride. Some parents seem more exultant and relieved by the graduation 
ceremonies than the graduates themselves. 




Student Life/Graduation 89 



Graduation Changes 
Improve Ceremonies 



The university itself had learned over the 
years about graduation. In an effort to alleviate 
certain problems surrounding this memorable 
day, Eastern revised its graduation ceremony. 

Baccalaureate was moved to Brock 
Auditorium with less fanfare. Commencement 
would continue in Alumni Coliseum but with 
several changes. And for the first time, students 
were recognized as "candidates" for degrees 
rather than as "graduates". 

But regardless of the changes, seniors faced 
one more line before leaving their campus. One 
line that would take them into a world that 
awaited their new ideas. 



RIGHT: Waiting for the rest of his family to catch up, Allen Rader, a Pre- 
med major from Pleasure Ridge Park, keeps a younger member of his 
family in tow. BELOW: Outdoor graduation ceremonies, held at the end 
of the summer semester, are less crowded and less formal than May 
ceremonies. 





90 Student Life/Graduation 



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ABOVE LEFT: A newly-graduated Eastern alumna explains 
the tassel moving ceremony to her mother after the gradua- 
tion exercise. ABOVE: Pride and contentment show on the 
face of this graduate as she reads and re-reads her diploma. 
LEFT: Friends lool< over Commencement booklets after con- 
gratulating each other on their achievements. 



Student Life/Graduation 91 



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Dedicated To Education 



The Honorable Julian Morton Carroll, now in 
his fourth year as Governor of the Com- 
monwealth, became l^nown as an "education 
governor" during the 1978 session of the Ken- 
tucl<y General Assembly. 

The Executive Budget presented by Gover- 
nor Carroll to the State's lawmakers gave 
priority to education, specifically to teachers' 
salaries of elementary and secondary schools. 
Kentucky's teachers now look forward to 
salaries that are equal to, or better than those in 
surrounding states. Funding for cost-of-living 



increases and modest growth at the regional 
universities were provided by the budget while 
the Universities of Kentucky and Louisville 
received special consideration in the distribu- 
tion of state funds. 

A native of Paducah, the Chief Executive has 
been a frequent visitor at Eastern for ground 
breakings, building dedications and other 
special events. 

Under his aegis, the Council on Higher 
Education directs Kentucky's system of higher 
education. 



94 Academics/Administration 



Board Approves Reorganizations 




Front Row: Gerald May; Vice Chairman, Robert B. Begley; Chiairman, 
Henry Stratton. Back Row: Jerry Ikerd, Beverly Yeiser. Charles Combs, 
Lee Gentry, Joseph Phelps. Not Present for Picture: Mike Duggins, 
Luther Farmer. 



The Board approved a biennial budget re- 
quest for state appropriations amounting to 
over $60,000,000 for the two year period. The 
budget was based on program continuation as 
well as new and expanded programs and was 
supported by the application of formula factors 
to each as provided by the Council on Higher 
Education. 

Several reorganization plans were also ap- 
proved by the Board including Career Develop- 
ment and Placement. The Division was 
reorganized to allow for a new thrust in 



recruiting the recruiters and preparing the stu- 
dent for his job search. 

The most extensive reorganization approved 
was the establishment of nine colleges from 
seven under the previous design. Under the 
new plan, the School of Health, Physical Educa- 
tion, Recreation and Athletics was elevated to 
college status. Other new colleges created were 
the College of Natural and Mathematical 
Sciences, College of Social and Behavioral 
Sciences and College of Arts and Humanities. 



Academics/Administration 95 




BELOW: After a rough day with budget preparation, Dr. 
Powell takes a minute out to sit by the fire. ABOVE: (Wrs. 
Powell enjoys backgammon and Dr. Powell admits she usually 
wins. RIGHT: A quick call interrupts a budget conference so 
Dr. Powell reviews the figures while he fields questions from 
the caller. 



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Mission Statement Developed 




ABOVE: Dr. J. C. Powell meets with the Administrative Council to 
discuss the problems caused by severe winter storms. Registration 



schedules had to be changed because of poor road conditions. 



Dr. J. C. Powell's first full academic year as 
Eastern's seventh president was highlighted by 
the recommendation of the University Planning 
Council which developed a reorganized 
academic structure for the University under his 
chairmanship. 

In a move that received approval from the 
Board of Regents, Eastern's academic college 
structure was increased from seven to nine 
colleges. The merger of the College of Arts and 
Sciences and Central University College 
resulted in the formation of three colleges, and 
the School of Health, Physical Education, 
Recreation and Athletics was elevated to 
college status. The reorganization becomes ef- 
fective July 1, 1979. 

Among other significant developments 
highlighting the year, Dr. Powell appointed a 



committee which concerned itself with the study 
of Eastern's compliance under Title IX, the 
education amendment act that prohibits dis- 
crimination on the basis of sex. The University 
has set a goal to be in full accord with the 
measure by the July 21, 1978, deadline. 

Early this year. President Powell was actively 
involved in the development of the role and mis- 
sion statements for Kentucky's public colleges 
and universities which were outlined by the 
Council on Higher Education. 

Another important development occurred in 
February involving Dr. Powell who served as 
president of the Ohio Valley Conference. 
Perhaps the most important decision in the 
OVC during his tenure was the action taken by 
the league presidents to petition for more 
prestigious status in NCAA football as members 
of the newly formed Division 1-AA. 

Academics/Administration 97 




ABOVE RIGHT: Dr. Martin attends the dedica- 
tion of the new Newman Center facilities located 
on property adjoining Walters Hall. RIGHT: The 
Lambda Chi Watermelon Bust is ceremoniously 
opened as Dr. Martin bursts the first melon. 
ABOVE: Mrs. Martin frequently graces the 
campus when she accompanies her husband to 
the many special events. OPPOSITE RIGHT: In 
his role as Senator Martin, he voices his opinions 
on business before the Senate. 






98 Academics/Administration 




Martins Active in University Life 



Recognizing that President Emeritus Robert 
R. IVIartin's wisdom and leadership abilities 
uniquely qualified him for continued service 
even after his retirement as the sixth president 
of Eastern, his constituents elected him by a 
wide majority to represent the 22nd District in 
the Kentucky State Senate. 

Senator Martin, whose "Vision of Greatness" 
and "Think Big" philosophy inspired his relent- 
less efforts to guide Eastern through a period 
of great growth and development from July 1, 
1960 throughout September 30, 1976, con- 
tinued with the same energetic pace that 
characterized his presidency throughout the 
Martin Years. During his freshman year in the 
State Senate, he served as vice chairman of the 



Education Committee and member of the Ap- 
propriation and Revenue and Health and 
Welfare Committee. 

Observers were quick to admit that "he 
zealously protected the interests of public 
education and Eastern, in particular, at all times 
throughout the 1978 session of the General 
Assembly. 

He and his charming wife, Anne, former first 
lady of Eastern, continued to be staunch sup- 
porters of activities at the University. They kept 
an eye on the campus to which they were en- 
deared simply by glimpsing out a window from 
their home on Summit Street, just off the 
campus. 



Academics/Administration 99 





ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. Doug Whitlock, Executive Assistant to the Presi- 
dent, prepares an organizational chart to use In an upcoming committee 
meeting. RIGHT: Tom LIndquist, Director of Safety and Security, 
demonstrates his philosophy of a more personal touch by talking with 
students during registration. TOP: Jim Clark, Earl Baldwin, and Bill 



Plummer try to find the proper line item for a budget request. ABOVE: 
Dr. Clyde Lewis fields a question during an open hearing on the 
academic reorganization. Dr. Rowlett and Dr. Gibson wait for other 
questions. 



100 Academics/Administration 




Budget Developed 

Of prime concern among the activities of the 
administrative staff in the Office of the President 
was the development of the 1978-80 biennial 
appropriations request which was submitted to 
Governor Julian Carroll through the Council on 
Higher Education following approval by the 
Board of Regents. 

The appropriations request, along with the 
1978-79 internal budget were the chief respon- 
sibilities of the Division of Budget and Planning 
which received support from the Internal 
Auditor and Executive Assistant. 

In an effort to maintain a more service- 
oriented unit and improve officer training, a 
total reorganization of the Division of Safety and 
Security was implemented during the year. 
Also, the position of Safety Coordinator was 
created in the Division to give more visibility and 
effectiveness to the University's efforts in 
promoting student and employee safety prac- 
tices. The division of Natural Areas continued to 
develop and coordinate the utilization of 
Eastern's three preserves — Maywoods, 
Spencer-Morton Preserve and Lilley Cornett 
Woods. 




Academics/Administration 101 




TOP: Al Forsyth, Media Production Specialist, 
works on a speciai project using the Instruc- 
tional Media facilities. ABOVE: Ethel B. Smith, 
Assistant Registrar, supervises a student 
worker while organizing class cards turned in 
after spring registration. RIGHT: Mr. Ernest 
Weyhrauch, Dean of Libraries and Learning 
Resources, chats with a student worker in the 
reserve room. 



102 Academics/Administration 




Changes Made In Advising System 



One of the more extensive 
administrative offices on 
campus was the Office of 
Academic Affairs and 
Research. Headed by Dr. 
John D. Rowlett, the Office 
consisted of several divisions 
including the Community 
College Program, Develop- 



ment, Libraries and Learning 
Resources, the Registrar, In- 
stitutional Research, the 
Graduate School, Un- 
dergraduate Studies and the 
seven Colleges. 

One of the biggest changes 
taking place this year within 
the Office dealt with a change 




in advising systems. 
Previously Central University 
College coordinated the un- 
dergraduate advising and a 
student was usually 
transferred to his respective 
college in his junior year. Un- 
der the new system, all advis- 
ing is supervised through Un- 
dergraduated Studies. Now it 
is possible for students to 
retain the same advisor during 
their entire four years at 
school. 



LEFT: Dr. John D. Rowlett, Vice President for 
Academic Affairs, explains his responsibilities 
to a fvlllestone staffer during an interview. 



Academics/Administration 103 





TOP: Dr. Thomas D. Myers, Vice President of Student Affairs, meets 
witli Interdorm representatives to discuss various plans for dorm safety. 
ABOVE: As director of Student Financial Assistance. I^r. Herb Vescio 
reviews an application for financial aid to determine the student's 
resources, RIGHT: Ivlr. Jack Hutchinson checks the distribution within 
the various dorms as part of his duties as director of Housing.- 




104 Academics/Administration 



Fire Safety Plans Studied 



Dr. Thomas D. Myers, Vice 
President for Student Affairs, 
supervised a broad scope of 
student-oriented programs 
and services. Under W\s direc- 
tion was Student Housing, Ad- 
missions, the Student Health 
Service, Student Financial 
Assistance, the Ellendale 
Counseling Center and Stu- 
dent Activities and Organiza- 
tions. 

Dr. Myers worked with 
representatives from Men and 



Women's Interdorm through 
the year in areas such as fire 
safety and control. A new 
open house policy was 
proposed in April. 

The Ellendale Counseling 
Center continued to serve stu- 
dents in areas such as various 
types of testing and the 
CRISIS line. 

This winter saw a record 
number of students treated 
in the Tim Lee Carter Health 
Service. Eight full time 




nurses and doctors provided 
their services to ailing stu- 
dents. 

A cutback in funding did not 
prevent the Office of Student 
Activities and Organizations 
from providing the campus 
population with various types 
of entertainment. The year 
was filled with music, drama, 
dance and lectures. 



LEFT: Fortune telling was only one of the 
many activities found in tine grill during the 
Halloween festivities sponsored by Men and 
Women's Interdorm. 



Academics/ Administration 105 



BELOW: Chad Middleton, Director of the Divi- 
sion of Buildings and Grounds, reviews the 
blueprints of one of the campus buildings to 
checl< the heating system and its effec- 
tiveness during the coal crisis this winter. 
RIGHT: Pondering the advantages and disad- 
vantages of buying a new or used bool< 
caused this student to pause a moment while 
purchasing supplies at the beginning of the 
year. BOTTOM: A change in serving 
procedures in the grill at the beginning of 
second semester found students waiting in 
long lines until the efficiency of the system 
was worked out. 







Business Affairs Adds 
Division of Communications 



Matters involving business 
and logistical services of the 
University took up a large por- 
tion of time for Neal 
Donaldson, Vice President of 
Business Affairs. The Office 
included the Division of Per- 
sonnel Services, the Office of 
the Bursar, the Division of 
Food Services, the Division of 
Buildings and Grounds, Uni- 
versity Stores and University 
Farms, the Division of In- 



stitutional Services, the Divi- 
sion of Purchasing and the 
new Division of Communica- 
tion Service. These offices 
provided business-related 
services necessary for the 
proper operation of the 
University. 



ABOVE: Mr. Neal Donaldson, Vice President 
for Business Affairs, discusses possible ex- 
pansion of some of the University's property 
with Dr. John E. Shirley, Director of Farms. 



Academics/Administration 107 



Public Affairs Expands Services 



The Office of Public Affairs 
under the leadership of Vice 
President Donald R. Feltner 
completed another fulfilling 
year in striving to serve the 
needs of the University com- 
munity and Eastern's growing 
roll of alumni. The year was 
highlighted by the planning 
and coordination of the first 
live telecast of a college foot- 
ball game in the state by a 
Kentucky commercial televi- 
sion station when the Eastern- 
Western Homecoming game 
was beamed across the Com- 
monwealth by WKYT-TV of 
Lexington. A significant 
reorganization occurred in the 
Division of Career Develop- 
ment and Placement, one of 
the four divisions within the 
Office of Public Affairs. 

The Division of Public Infor- 
mation, under the direction of 
John Winnecke, was in- 
strumental in keeping the stu- 
dents, faculty, staff and the 
media outlets informed of 
campus activities and events. 
The Division was responsible 
for all University publications 
and undertook the reor- 
ganization of its publications 
program. An addition to the 
Division's professional staff 
this year was Michael Har- 
desty, a graphics specialist. 

The Division of Alumni Af- 
fairs made additional strides 
this year in serving Eastern's 
alumni and was the main force 
behind the scenes in making 
Homecoming '77 a major 
success and helping to bring a 
record number of graduates 
back to their alma mater. 

Although hampered by a 
record snowfall which played 




havoc with state high school 
schedules, the Division of 
University-School Relations 
again played an integral part 
in hosting and supervising 
workshops, conferences, 
camps and festivals. A new 
format for Band Day was in- 
troduced this year and the 
division was responsible for 
its success. 

With the reorganization of 
the Division of Career 
Development and Placement 
under its new director, Kurt 
Zimmerman, added emphasis 
was placed on career 



development and the place- 
ment service, which is 
beneficial to both students 
and alumni, was stepped up to 
better inform them of job op- 
portunities and helpful hints in 
the job search. A dramatic in- 
crease resulted in the number 
of on-campus interviews given 
by a diverse group of 
prospective employers. 



ABOVE: Vice President Donald R. Feltner 
works on a rough layout for the IVIilestone. 



108 Academics/Administration 




LEFT: Kurt Zimmerman, the new director for the Division of Career 
Development and Placement, reviews the list of spring student 
teachers as he looks at needs and concerns of future graduates 
compared to the current job market. BELOW: Graphic Specialist 
fWike Hardesty in the Division of Public Information sketches a full- 
color campus map for future publication. BOTTOM: Henry Pryse, 
director for the Division of University-School Relations, finalizes 
plans for the high school regional drama festival held annually at 
Eastern. 





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Sexton Oversees Building Of Planetarium 



Under the direction of Dr. William Sex- 
ton, the Office of Public Services and 
Special Programs continued to grow. While 
overseeing the activities in the Division of 
Special Programs, the Office of University 
Computing Services, the Division of Televi- 
sion and Radio and the University Archives, 
Vice President Sexton continued to super- 
vise the building of the Arnim D. Hummel 
Planetarium and the establishment of the 
University Oral History Center. 

The biggest advancement and growth 
within the Office of Public Services and 
Special Programs was seen in the Division 
of Special Programs. An increase in con- 
ferences, workshops and seminars both on 
and off campus had over 13,000 partici- 
pants. Over 70 non-credit special interest 
courses enrolled over 1200 people. 

The Division of Continuing Education 
once again provided a variety of traditional 
and nontraditional education opportunities 
to interested individuals. The Division at- 
tempted to meet their needs through extent- 
ed campus classes, correspondence 
study, cooperative education, Saturday and 
evening classes and nontraditional 
programs. 

The Office of University Computing Ser- 
vices had five full time researchers to serve 
the University as well as a new mini- 
computer with several across-campus ter- 
minals. 

The Division of Television and Radio 
continued to serve the University by 
providing students with working experience 
and by producing several special programs 
viewed in various locations. 

The newest additions to Public Services 
and Special Programs are the University 
Archives, the University Oral History 
Program and the Hummel Planetarium. 
Both the archives and oral history 
programs have been established and the 
planetarium is still under construction. 




ABOVE: Dr. William Sexton inspects the construction at the Hummel 
Planetarium, one of the newest projects of the Public Services and Special 
Programs Office. 



110 Academics/Administration 









TOP: These youngsters learn the basics of acrobatics during a special 
interest course restricted to young people. LEFT: As director of the 
Academic Computing Services. Carol league supervises all of the 
academic computer work done at the University. ABOVE: Sandra Cun- 
diff begins some graphics work in preparation for an upcoming televi- 
sion program created by the Division of Television and Radio. 



Academics/Administration 111 







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TOP: Junior Jackie Hall, a performing arts major, works in the theatre scene shop while putting 
finishing touches on props used in the fall production of "Under Milkwood." TOP RIGHT: Dr. 
Joseph Schwendeman, Dean for Undergraduate Studies, is constantly working and reviewing un- 
dergraduate curriculum. ABOVE: Time is the key concern when taking a quick quiz in this 
freshman biology lab. 



112 Academics/Undergraduate Studies 




. cue Revamped Into Undergraduate 
I Studies 



The Department of Undergraduate Studies, 
under chairman Joseph Schwendeman, was 
directly responsible for ensuring that every stu- 
dent completed the general education require- 
ments of the University. All undergraduate 
records were maintained by the department 
and plans were made for the computerization of 
these records within the next few years. The 
department was also responsible for advising 
undecided students, who comprise approx- 
imately 9% of the 11,000 undergraduates. 

In addition to these administrative duties, the 
Department of Undergraduate Studies oversaw 
the continual upgrading of programs within 
each of its individual departments. It also direc- 
ted the formation and institution of new 
programs within these departments. 

Dr. Wallace Dixon was in a unique position as 
undergraduate chairman of the Natural Science 

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Department; the curriculum of his department 
was designed primarily to allow non-science 
majors to fulfill their general education science 
requirements. To retain the interest of students 
without a major interest in science, the depart- 
ment strove to offer courses which 
demonstrated the relationship between science 
and current issues. This emphasis was reflected 
in the number of environmentally and 
ecologically related courses available to the stu- 
dents. 

In addition to dealing with contemporary 
issues, the Natural Science Department also 
looked forward to the future. Dr. Dixon feels that 
within the next five years many non-scientific 
jobs will demand some familiarity with the 
operation of computers. In anticipation of this 
trend, the department increased the number of 
computer assisted courses in hopes that more 
students would acquire a basic knowledge of 
computers and their language. 

The General Studies Humanities Department 
combined complementary studies in art, music, 
philosophy, literature and religion in a inter- 
disciplinary approach intended to guide stu- 
dents to a fuller awareness of our culture and its 
background and sources. The curriculum of the 
department was also designed to allow students 
to fulfill their General Studies Humanities re- 
quirements. 

To achieve this twofold purpose, this year the 
department expanded course contents to in- 
clude more extensive studies of Eastern and 
African cultures. In addition, each class re- 
quired its students to produce a creative project 
which expressed in a non-verbal media a 
human or an aesthetic value which the in- 
dividual student found important to him. Out- 
side of class, students were encouraged to at- 
tend three fine arts events each semester to 
bring themselves into closer contact with the 
arts. 



LEFT: Humanity students gather in a circle to listen and participate In a 

discussion concerning dilemmas occurring in daily life. 



Academics/Undergraduate Studies 113 





TOP: Counselors at Ellendale Hall like Miss Virginia Menifee are always available to students for 
personal counseling. ABOVE: Dr. John Harley discusses anaerobic cultures during a Biology 162 
lecture session. 




114 Academics/Undergratuate Studies 




Learning Skills Department 
Aids Many Students 



Last July the Central University College 
Academic Counseling and Learning Laboratory 
was renamed the Department of Learning 
Skills. This change in names was not a super- 
ficial one; it was reflective of the prodigious 
growth experienced by the department since its 
inception in 1969. Evidence of this growth was 
found in the increasing population served by 
the department. Originally designed to help stu- 
dents on academic probation, the Department 
of Learning Skills, under the guidance of Chair- 
person Ann Algier, ministered to self-referrals, 
faculty referrals, foreign students in need of 
English fluency training and older students who 
may have been absent from a formal learning 
situation for some time. 

Another indication of expansion was the 
variety of courses offered by the department. 
Besides the non-credit tutorial and refresher 
courses, the curriculum included two credit 
courses. 

The quanitative growth of the department has 
not impaired the quality of its programs. A re- 
cent study of 300 two and four year institutions 
cited Eastern as being one of six universities in 
the nation with exemplary programs. 

The Military Science Department, directed by 
Colonel Charles Phillips, provided training in 
leadership, management and military skills. 
About 900 freshmen, 100 which were women, 
and 250 sophomores were enrolled in courses 
fulfilling general education requirements. About 
1 00 contracted junior and senior cadets worked 
on mastering the advanced skills necessary in 
becoming commissioned Second Lieutenants 
in the Army. The high enrollment made 
Eastern's Reserve Officer's Training Course 
contingent the largest in the nation. 



ABOVE: From the roof of the Begley Building this ROTC cadet 
demonstrates the art of rappelling during ROTC Day at the Dayton- 
Eastern football game. LEFT: The University Counseling Center 
provides students with various types of testing including this test for 
hand-eye coordination. 



Academics/Undergraduate Studies 115 



Rural Health Care Stressed By College 



The College of Allied Health and Nursing 
comprises an academic community whose 
main objective is to train students in the various 
health fields. A special emphasis is placed upon 
producing graduates who feel oriented toward 
rural health care, according to Dean David D. 
Gale. Since Kentucky has a low ratio of health 
professionals to population, Eastern has strived 
to meet this special need felt in the Com- 
monwealth, especially in Eastern Kentucky. The 
college operated a two-year satellite nursing 
program in Pikeville as well as a number of ex- 
tended nursing classes throughout Kentucky. 



Continuing education and special projects have 
extended into a number of programs. This 
move was primarily oriented to individuals 
already in the health field who have come back 
to extend their knowledge and to update skills. 
Among this year's graduating seniors were 
the first graduates with Medical Records 
Bachelor of Science Degrees. Ms. Everlena 
Homes, department head, said that the depart- 
ment has also been recommended for ac- 
crediation. 

BELOW: Dean David Gale visits with nursing students while they work in 
the Independent Study Lab. 




116 Academics/Allied Health and Nursing 




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TOP: Sophomore Mary Jo Higdon of Lebanon makes out a report on one of her 
patients. LEFT: Nursing students consult with Sister Mary Agnes while working at 
Patti A. Clay Hospital. ABOVE: The independent study lab in the Rowlett Building 
allows Allied Health and Nursing students to work and catch up on their studies at 
their own convenience. 



Academics/Allied Health and Nursing 117 



BELOW: Learning the proper way to handle splints depends on the 
cooperation of these occupational therapy students as they volun- 
teer for demonstration. RIGHT: A teaching stethescope aids this nurs- 
ing student and her instructor as they work on a patient. BOTTOM: 
Graduate student Jimmy Cornelison volunteers as a patient as junior 
Dionne Grant and graduate student Gary Siegel work in an 
Emergency Medical Care class under the supervision of instructor 
Dora Little. 



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118 Academics/Allied Health and Nursing 




New Lab Established In Beg ley 



Under the direction of Mr. Tom Hammacl<, 
the Emergency IVledical Training program was 
in its second year. Established in August of 
1976, the program offered the only Associate 
Degree available in the state. Students in this 
program were trained to respond to the scene 
of any type of emergency. Upon completion of 
this program, graduates often go to worl< for fire 
and police agencies as well as ambulance ser- 
vices. 

The Associate program in Medical and 
Pediatrics Assisting offered students a chance 
to gain office and medical sl<ills for future use. To 
better meet the need of the students, a new 
medical lab was also established in the Begley 
Building this year. 

Meeting the health needs of Kentucky was 
one of the main focuses in the Occupational 
Therapy Program according to Chairperson 
Dorothy A. Jeffery. A six months field ex- 
perience helped to meet this need by exposing 



students to rural settings. During the field train- 
ing, the students were placed in medical, social 
and community, and occupational facilities 
where occupational therapy was practiced. An 
accreditation team visited this year and the new 
program may receive accreditation by the end 
of tills school year. 



ABOVE: Freshman Randy Fahlbush learns how to handle various 
medical emergencies as graduate student Jimmy Cornellson volunteers 
his services. 



Academics/Allied Health and Nursing 119 




Nursing Works 
On Evaluation 



The Baccalaureate Nursing 
program worked on a self- 
evaluation this year to prepare 
for a visit from the National 
League for Nursing Accredita- 
tion. The Associate program 
received re-accreditation this 
year. Both departments 
worked on revising their 
curriculum and programs to 
make it more student oriented 
and to allow more input from 
students. 



ABOVE: Sophomore Gary Sizemore sud- 
denly becomes a patient while Junior Dionne 
Grant works on a technique learned in their 
Emergency Medical Care class. RIGHT: 
Watching the proper way to handle sterile 
dressings helps these nursing students learn 
correct procedures for future hospital visits. 




120 Academics/Allied Health and Nursing 



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ington carefully checks her supplies before 
starting her round at Patti A. Clay Hospital 
during a practicum. BELOW: Sophomore Lori 
Denzler confers with Sister Mary Agnes about 
a patient's chart at Patti A. Clay Hospital. 





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Departmental Enrollments 
Grow And Expand 

Experiencing a steady increase in enrollment, 
the College of Applied Arts and Technology 
placed an emphasis on striving for internal 
quality. Since the college is comprised of 
departments that deal with applied studies, a 
special emphasis was placed on Co-op work 
among students. According to Dean Kenneth S. 
Hannson, the three departments of Agriculture, 
Home Economics and Industrial Education and 
Technology all have students participating in 
the program. Over 80 agriculture students 
worked in nurseries and farms from Canada to 
Florida, while Home Economics and Industrial 
Education and Technology students were 
placed in agencies and industries in this region. 

The Home Economics Department under the 
direction of Dr. Betty Powers is rapidly growing 
and expanding. 

Future plans include a proposal that would 
strengthen the Food Systems Administration 
and Dietetics programs by providing for the in- 
stallation of a food lab that would allow quanity 
food production. A proposed infant and toddler 
lab and a Master's program in Community 
Nutrition are also being considered. 



ABOVE: Marsha Brown of Richmond carefully checks the contents of a 
hot oven before continuing her class experiment. RIGHT: Working with 
children can sometimes be a sticky business for junior Beth Ball of 
Ashland. 




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TOP LEFT: Using a mirror so the rest of the class can observe, these home ec students test 
cool<ies for texture and firmness. TOP: Sophomore Karen Bowling of Winchester entertains two of 
the participants in the Child Development Center. ABOVE: Dean Kenneth S. Hansson reviews with 
his night class for a test. 



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Ag Department Works 
Toward New Degree 



Internal evaluation was one 
of the primary projects in the 
Agriculture Department this 
year, according to Chairman 
Dwight G. Barkiey. Course of- 
ferings and catalog discrip- 
tions were some of the areas 
worked on. The department 
was also trying to establish a 
Bachelor's degree in Hor- 
ticulture in additions to the 
B.S. in Agriculture and 
Associate degree in Hor- 



ticulture that are already of- 
fered. The new degree would 
offer more diversification to 
the program and allow 
emphasis in a number of 
specialized areas. 



RIGHT: Students gather during the frosty win- 
ter weather to observe and learn about 
livestock judging. BELOW LEFT: Renee Lan- 
caster of Walton checks the moisture level in 
this orchid as part of her duties in the 
greenhouse. BELOW RIGHT: Sophomore 
Sharon Rusterholz begins her assignment in 
floral design by choosing the roses for her 
arrangement. 





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TOP: Renee Lancaster of Walton and Peggy Cox of Independence use 
chrysanthemums as they begin working on asymmetrical floral arrange- 
ments. LEFT: Richard Rushing and Debbie Wilrmhoff carefully work in 
the greenhouse cutting back roses to promote better growth. ABOVE: 
The cattle owned and used by the Agriculture department quickly grow 
accustomed to constant inspection and attention from students. 



Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 125 



RIGHT: Learning to use bulky equipment lil<e 
this radial arm saw takes a delicate hand and 
keen eye. BELOW: In the "woods" class of- 
fered by the Industrial Technology and 
Education Department, students learn how 
various wood types react to different types of 
saws. BELOW RIGHT: Mr. George Brown ap- 
proves the work of Senior David Fairfax 
before he goes on to a more advanced 
graphic arts process. 






126 Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 



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Curriculum Is Revamped 
In Industrial Education 



The new Construction Technology program 
offered by the Industrial Education and 
Technology Department received a great deal 
of attention and support from local contractors 
this year. According to Dr. Clyde Craft, chair- 
man, graduates of this program can become a 
small residential contractor with two or three 
years of experience. They would also be 
qualified for jobs with larger contractors. Cer- 
tification in the Industrial Education program 
was recently changed and this year's freshmen 
are following a different curriculum guide. 



TOP: In the face of the energy crunch, the work done by these interior 
design majorson house plans featuring solar heating seems very timely. 
LEFT: Learning to remember to wear a safety mask is just as important 
as learning to work industrial equipment for senior Roy Stewart of 
Worthville. 



Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 127 



Arts And Sciences Adopts New Projects 



The role of the College of 
Arts and Sciences is to 
provide a liberal education for 
all interested students, ac- 
cording to Dean Frederic D. 
Ogden. This year the college 
adopted new procedures in 
awarding promotion and 
tenure to faculty. The changes 
will allow greater faculty input 
into the decisions. 

The energy crisis was one 
reason given by Dr. Donald 
Haney for the increase in 
geology majors from 40 to 80 
in recent years. Dr. Haney, 
chairman of the Geology 
Department, said that the 
department now offered a two 
year program in Engineering 
Technology, and added a 



Master of Science Degree with 
a Mining Specializlation. 

New courses in Spanish, 
Russian, French and German 
culture were added to 
departmental offerings this 
year, according to Dr. Charles 
Nelson, chairman of the 
Foreign Language Depart- 
ment. The courses are taught 
in English and provide stu- 
dents with more options for 
their Humanities require- 
ments. The department con- 
tinued to offer a special 
Spanish class for Law Enfor- 
cement majors that was 
taught differently than other 
language classes. 

The Geography Depart- 
ment was involved with two 



major research projects this 
year. Combining their efforts 
with the Geology Department, 
they studied the topography of 
Eastern Kentucky. The 
department also mapped coal 
mining areas in Eastern Ken- 
tucky as part of a project 
financed by the Environmental 
Protection Agency. Through- 
out the year the department 
also worked with the city of 
Richmond by providing plan- 
ning assistance to the Com- 
munity Development Depart- 
ment and the Richmond Plan- 
ning Commission. 



BELOW: Senior Emmanual Achu consults an 
elevation map while working on a project in 
his Planning and Develoment class. 




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TOP LEFT: Dr. Fredrick Ogden, Dean of Arts and Sciences, prepares a 
presentation before meeting with departmental heads. TOP: After giving 
his Spanish class an assignment, Dr. Charles Nelson, chairman of the 
Foreign Languages Department, works with them on an individual basis 
to discuss their problems. LEFT: Lonnie Mills of Pineville looks on as 
sophomores Charles Goodin begins working in a Cartography lab. 
ABOVE: During a Geology lab, senior Ash Raymond of Richmond tests 
the hardiness of metallic substances with the aid of chemicals. 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 129 













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TOP: Delicate film equipment must be liandied carefully wiien 
students prepare to go out and begin work on ttie films wtiicti 
serve as a semester project. ABOVE: instructor Steve Faiken- 
berg adjusts some sensitive recording equipment in prepara- 
tion for a psyctnology experiment. RIGHT: After volunteering 
for an experiment of biofeedback, graduate student Tommy 
Sparts of McKee patiently sits and waits as instructor Steve 
Faikenberg places electrodes on his head. 




130 Academics/Arts and Sciences 





Mass Comm Offers New Major 



The Department of Mass 
Communications, under 
Chairman James Harris, of- 
fered a Public Relations major 
for the first time. The radio lab 
was moved from the coliseum 
to the Wallace Building where 
more room was available. 
These changes were made to 
serve the 315 majors within 
the department — the second 
largest in the college. 

The 44 full-time faculty 
members of the English 
Department constituted the 
largest single department in 
the university last year. At the 
freshman level, Dr. John 
Long, the new chairman of the 



department, placed a greater 
emphasis on writing. In the 
sophomore level humanities 
courses, the department tried 
to include other cultures 
besides the Western in their 
studies. The graduate 
program was modified to 
allow the student to select a 
major and a minor area of 
concentration. More writing 
courses on the graduate level 
were also available. 

Two new faculty members 
were added to the Psychology 
Department this year, ac- 
cording to Chairman Russell 
F. Enzie. Dr. Joan Jackson 
and Dr. Karen Sinclair joined 



the staff. They specialized in 
clinical and child develop- 
ment. Beside offering an un- 
dergraduate program, the 
department offered two types 
of graduate programs. One 
program in general psy- 
chology was geared to stu- 
dents interested in eventually 
working on their PhD while the 
other graduate program dealt 
with clinical psychology. 



ABOVE LEFT: The writing on the board 
sometimes appears to be a foreign language 
to the English students studying phonetics in 
Dr. Edith Williams' History of the English 
Language class. ABOVE: The technique of 
film editing is one of the basic fundamentals 
that must be mastered in the film course of- 
fered by the Mass Communications Depart- 
ment. 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 131 



Arts Stress 
Performance 



The Art Department under 
the direction of Mr. Daniel 
Shindelbower offered 
curricula designed to develop 
artistic skill both on the 
professional level and the 
educational level. The depart- 
ment offered a degree in Art 
Education as well as a Fine 
Arts Degree. 

A new degree in Music 
Merchandising was offered by 
the Department of Music. Ac- 
cording to Chairman George 
Muns, about 15 students are 
now in the program. The 
program combines the 
benefits of business training 
and music to produce 
graduates who will be better 
able to enter many musical 
fields. A semester intership 
with a music firm was included 
in the program. Two other 
programs are in the planning 
stages. The department 
hoped to eventually offer a 
degree in Arts Management 
and a Bachelor of Music and 
Special Education degree. 

The Department of Theatre 
and Speech offered three 
programs this year, the 
newest being a major in 
Speech Communications and 
Human Relations. In addition 
to the four major productions 
of the year, the department 
also presented several studio 
and special project produc- 
tions. 



ABOVE RIGHT: Surrounded by students at a 
workbencti, instructor Ptiil Harris answers a 
question about ttie proper technique for 
smoothing the edge of a pot. RIGHT: With the 
aid of a mal<eup morgue from his text, Perfor- 
ming Arts major Bob Lee begins a project in 
age makeup. 





132 Academics/Arts and Sciences 




LEFT: Great dexterity is needed when a percussionist finds 
himself challenged by something as large as a timpany. 
BELOW: A holiday like Valentine's Day gives this art sut- 
dent an ideal chance to work on a piece of very original 
pottery. BOTTOM: To encourage ensemble acting, these 
stage movement students work together by becoming 
parts of a machine. 





Academics/Arts and Sciences 133 



BELOW: Care must be taken since exact measurements are important 
for a successful biology experiment. BOTTOM: Sophomore Patty New- 
some takes a few seconds to check with her instructor as she works on a 
chemistry experiment. BOTTOt\fl RIGHT: Testing a muscle reaction in a 
frog calls for a light touch as well as concentration. 





134 Academics/Arts and Sciences 





Classes Study Environment 



After recently changing its 
name to better reflect the 
departmental offerings, the 
Department of Mathematical 
Sciences now offers programs 
in math, computer science, 
and statistics. The computer 
science program is in its 
second year and is gradually 
being phased in over a four 
year period. This fall the 
department, headed by Dr. 
Bennie R. Lane, sponsored 
the second annual Math- 
Science Day. Approximately 
800 high school students at- 
tended the event which was 
set up to better introduce the 
students to the department 
and the university. 

Two new courses geared to 
the interest of the general 
public were offered by the 
Department of Physics this 
year. A course in the Science 
of Music dealt with basic 
physics applied to musical in- 




struments and sound. Since 
energy is a popular topic of 
discussion in the country, a 
course in Energy For A 
Technological Society was 
also offered. The course 
allowed students to alolyse 
popular myths and statements 
concerning energy. Under the 
direction of Chairman Ted M. 
George, the department of- 
fered a Bachelor's and 
Master's Degree. A Pre- 
Engineering program was of- 
fered as well as an Associate 
degree in the Science of 
Engineering. 

Eastern is the only univer- 
sity in this region to offer three 
environmental degrees, stated 
Dr. Edwin Hess chairman of 
the Biology Department. 
Several of the faculty were oc- 
cupied with outside studies 
this year. Dr. Raymond Otero 
offered several microbiologi- 
cal workshops and Dr. David 
Mardon recently completed 
a research project in "on- 
cology", the study of cancer. 
The Chemistry Department 
served about 2400 students 
last year, said Dr. Harry 
Smiley, chairman of the 
department. Most of those 
were lower division students 
whose majors required a 
chemistry course; others took 
chemistry as an elective, and a 
small group of eight were 
working on their Master's 
degree. 

LEFT: The computer equipment available to 
students allows music major Tony Gordon to 
add first hand experience to a classroom lec- 
ture. ABOVE LEFT: Sometimes long atter- 
noons are spent recording and compiling en- 
dless data in this physics lab. 



Academics/ Arts and Sciences 135 











TOP: Accompanied by a world map, Dr. R. E. Forderhase lectures on 
the American Revolution during one of his history classes. ABOVE: Ms. 
Leda Mclntyre tal<es a few minutes to discuss a test after returning the 
papers to her political science class. RIGHT: Discussing life cycles and 
their relationship to seasonal cycles causes Dr. George Nordgulen to 
emphasize his statement during a philosophy class. 




136 Academics/Arts and Sciences 




Computers Used As Teaching Aids 



Of the 130 majors in the 
Anthropology, Sociology, and 
Social Work Department, 
most were in Social Work ac- 
cording to Chairman Vance 
Wisenbaker. Reflective of this 
majority was the progress 
made in work toward ac- 
creditation for the Social Work 
section of the department. Af- 
ter four years of work, the 
department will be eligible for 
accreditation in the spring of 
1979. It will be one of the few 
accredited programs in the 
state. 

An Oral History program 
was developed in the History 
Department this year said 
Chairman George Robinson. 
The program was coordin- 
dated by Dr. William Berge. 
The goals of the department 
include trying to prepare the 
students for a wide variety of 
careers including civil service, 
law, business and politics. 
This well rounded preparation 
was important since almost 
half of the 100 history majors 
aren't working on a teaching 
certificate. 



Computers came into use in 
the Philosophy Department 
last year. Dr. James R. Miller, 
chairman, had a national con- 
sultant who was an expert in 
the use of computers as a 
teaching aid to observe the 
department's logic courses. 
The use of computers helped 
students to develop logic skills 
more quickly and gave them 
the opportunity to practice 
their logic on computers. 
Besides the computer innova- 
tion, there is also a trend 
within the department towards 
the study of ethics as applied 
to health, medicine, business 
and other areas. Interest in 
religion courses has also in- 
creased and possible expan- 
sion is being studied. 

An emphasis in student en- 
volvement was evident in the 
Department of Political 
Science according to Chair- 
man J. Allen Singleton. 
Through the year interested 
students participated in a 
mock United Nations 
assembly. The trip to New 
York City was co-sponsored 



by the department and 
CIRUNA. A state internship 
program was also available 
for qualified students. Each 
year Eastern is able to 
nominate three students for 
the program which enables 
the students to work closely 
with the state government in 
Frankfort. Other student prac- 
ticums were also arranged on 
an individual basis. During the 
year the department peti- 
tioned for a chapter of Pi 
Sigma Alpha— the national 
political science honorary 
fraternity. 



ABOVE: Discussion of current world topics 
usually provide an Interesting and stimulating 
hour of political science. 



Academlcs/Arls and Sciences 137 



Business Adds Mining Degree 



Dean Howard Thompson of the College of 
Business directed the planning of a new Coal 
Mining Administration Program which was 
started with the Spring 1978 semester. The only 
comprehensive program of it's type in the coun- 
try, this total program would prepare students 
for management positions within the growing 
coal mining industry. The program will even- 
tually evolve into a four-year B.B.A. degree 
within the Business Administration Department. 
Dean Thompson projected an approximate 
enrollment of 20 in the program by the fall of 
1978, with enrollment doubling each semester, 
finally reaching a maximum of around 150. 

The functions of a Coal Mining Administrator 
would include work in the areas of industrial 
relations, contract negotiations, budgeting, 
transportation problems and liaison work with 
the Federal and State governments for mining 
expansion and production efficiency. A Coal 
Mining Administrator, according to Dean 
Thompson, will be a "combination of a person 
who knows mining and its terminology, and a 
person who can make business applications in 
the coal mining industry." 



Other areas within the college also experi- 
enced growth, the most rapid growth coming 
in the areas of Accounting, Data Management, 
Finance, Insurance and Real Estate. 

The Accounting Department, under the 
guidance of Chairman Claude Smith, provided 
four separate programs to students majoring in 
accounting, and offered curricula designed to 
help business majors to fulfill their accounting 
requirements. 

Along with emphasizing improvement in 
these programs, the department also worked 
towards the formation of the Alumni Accounting 
Association. Comprised of accounting 
graduates, the Association hoped to aid the 
department in such programs as the Richards 
Scholarship Fund. This fund was started by a 
patron of the University and was maintained by 
donations from alumni. The scholarship pays 
the in-state tuition of a worthy accounting stu- 
dent for two semesters. 

BELOW: Dr. Howard Thompson, Dean of the College of Business, con- 
fers with Dr. Stan King, coordinator of Eastern's fWanagement Develop- 
ment and Studies Institute. The institute was set up to give local 
businessmen free consultation and to otherwise foster interaction be- 
tween the business world and the academic specialists at Eastern. 



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TOP LEFT: Dr. Donald Bodley emphasizes a point during a real estate lecture. 
TOP: This coed practices tal<ing dictation during a shorthand class. LEFT: 
Anxiously awaiting the return of his program, this student sits at the operator's 
console of the Data 100 batch processing terminal. ABOVE: Students wait for 
their printouts from the Data 100 printer. 



Academics/Business 139 



BELOW: Dean Thompson meets with Mr. James Westenhoefer and Dr. 
Norman Hester to finalize the coal mining degree program. RIGHT: This 
student pauses during his class work to checl< his computer printout. 
BOTTOM: Concentration is necessary part of this large typing class as 
students take a timed writing. 








140 Academics/Business 




There was tremendous 
growth in the Business Ad- 
ministration Department. With 
a 30% increase per year, the 
department doubled in size 
since 1974 and had 950 ma- 
jors. 

Insurance and real estate 
classes increased because of 
the interest in these subjects 
by the general public. Along 
with this interest came a 
Master of Busi ness 
Administration degree. 

A new facility, the Manage- 
ment Instructional and Testing 
Lab, headed by Dr. Norvaline 
Hale, was formed. It gave in- 
structional help to manage- 
ment students and provided a 
place for students and faculty 
to meet and discuss manage- 
ment problems. 



LEFT: With the aid of a caculator. this student 
works on accounting problems. BELOW: 
Gerald Martin pauses for a moment during a 
Personal Finance class lecture. 




Academics/Business 141 



Economics Department 
Seeks Self-Improvement 



The Department of Business Education of- 
fered a variety of courses designed to prepare 
students for work in the areas of business 
teaching or office administration. 

Students of business education were offered 
majors with accounting, secretarial or general 
business emphasis. Graduates of these 
programs received teaching certification in 
business education at the high school level. 

In Office Administration, Chairman Alfred 
Patrick stressed the continuing improvement of 
the two-year secretarial programs instituted in 
1975. In addition to these programs, students 
who wanted a four-year office administration 
program without the teaching certification were 
offered a Bachelor of Business Administration 
degree. 

As chairman of the Economics Department, 
Dr. Donald Shadoan emphasized not the new 
programs, but the improvement of current 
ones. A 15% increase in enrollment in Economic 
courses spoke well for this approach. 

One innovation, however, received some of 
the department's attention and effort; a push 
was mounted to gain accreditation for 
economics teachers at the middle school level 
in Kentucky. Though the courses of the 
Economics Department are primarily geared 
towards preparing students for careers in 
privately owned businesses and government 
agencies, the department does offer a teaching 
minor. 

Of the existing areas which Dr. Shadoan in- 
tended to improve, his effort was primarily con- 
centrated on upgrading the Economics Educa- 
tion Center. 



TOP: A few moments between timed writings allow this teacher to work 
with her students on an individual basis. RIGHT: LaTonia Taylor has a 
problem with jammed typewriter keys that only Professor John Gump 
can tackle. 





142 Academics/Business 



BELOW: With the information provided by her class, senior Kathy Tincher of Franl<fort begins 
punching computer cards. BOTTOM: Economics students pay close attention as discusses 
economic cycles and its relationship to technology. 






Academics/Business 143 



Educational Foundations Provide Insights 



The College of Education continued to look 
for new and more efficient methods to enable 
Eastern to produce more and better teachers 
and educational administrators. This year, the 
college was under the temporary leadership of 
Dean J. Linward Doak while Dean Dixon A. Barr 
was on sabbatical leave. During the year all 
graduating seniors took the National Com- 
petency Examination. The results of this exam 
will be used as a basis for evaluation of the 
college's programs. 

The Department of Educational Administra- 
tion, under Chairman Charles Ross, offered 
specialized curricula to those students in- 
tending to enter the area of school administra- 
tion. Programs were available to students aim- 
ing to become school superintendents or 
supervisors, elementary or secondary school 
principals and school business administrators. 
The Department also maintained seven campus 
extension offices, located throughout central 
and eastern Kentucky, which served over 260 
graduate students. 



Primarily concerned with giving prospective 
educators an idea of what teaching is like, the 
Educational Foundations Department struc- 
tured its curricula to provide insights into what 
Chairman William McKenny called "the why and 
wherefores of teaching." 

Stressing the need for an understanding of 
the role of the school within the community, Dr. 
McKenny emphasized study of the "externals" 
of the classroom. 

Graduate programs continued to be the 
primary concern for the Educational Psy- 
chology and Counseling Department, according 
to Chairperson Lola Doane. Participation in 
these programs lead on to specialization in the 
areas of school psychology, rehabilitation, com- 
munity, industrial and secondary school coun- 
seling, or student personnel services in higher 
education. 



BELOW: Acting Dean J. Linward Doak reviews upcoming events 
scheduled by the College of Education. Dean Doak took the temporary 
position as Dean of the College of Education while Dean Dixon Barr took 
a sabbatical leave for the year. 




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144 Academics/Education 



LEFT: With the aid of an overhead projector, this teacher works on 
musical notation with elementary education majors. BELOW: 
Sophomore Larry Mitchell works with the elderly residents of Willis 
Manor while his recreation class visits and works with them. BOTTOM: 
Senior Lanny Lockett from Danville reviews some of his students' work 
while student teaching at Model Lab School. 



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Academics/Education 145 




ABOVE: Residents of Willis 
Manor check with Patti Hager of 
Ashland concerning the projects 
they worked on when her 
recreation class visited the 
home. RIGHT: These Elemen- 
tary Education majors consult 
the materials available in the 
Learning Resource Center while 
preparing a unit for class. 




146 Academics/Education 





Department Produces 
Quality Teachers 

Student enrollment in the elementary educa- 
tion program has been fairly stable over the 
past three years, according to Chairman 
William Morris of the Elementary Education 
Department. This year, enrollment remained 
stable at 800 students. One minor change in 
curriculum was necessary this year; student 
teaching assignments were lengthened to 12 
weeks effective this fall. In addition, a project 
was initiated involving a cooperative exchange 
of teachers between Eastern and the Franklin 
County School system. Agenda for the self- 
study programs for specialist degrees were also 
written by the department. 

The Secondary Education Department, 
chaired by Dr. Joe Wise, continued to provide 
the "professional semester" to those majors 
seeking certification for secondary school 
teaching. In this semester, the study of teaching 
fundamentals is supplemented by attention to 
specific methods of teaching in specialized 
fields. The department also provided an in- 
service and consulted help to secondary 
schools in the region. Advising and administer- 
ing to secondary education graduates, in 
cooperation with the Graduate School, was the 
department's responsibility. 

Dr. David Rush, the director, and his 
Professional Laboratory Experiences staff 
placed approximately 460 student teachers this 
year. Many miles were logged by the super- 
visors of these student teachers, 290 secondary 
and 170 elementary, as they were scattered 
throughout 25 Kentucky counties. 

Library Science put into practice the program 
changes needed in order to conform to new 
certification requirements. Support to the 
Elementary Education Department was given 
through the children's literature course. Instruc- 
tional media classes were another department 
responsibility. 



TOP: Music major Jane Terry teaches pre-schoolers some simple music 
theories as part of her student teaching assignment. LEFT: Calling on a 
student volunteer, instructor Paul Motley demonstrated the proper 
techniques to use when wrapping foot injuries. 



Academics/Education 147 



BELOW: A "simulated environment" bubble gave elementary education 
majors a chance to expand their knowledge of various environments to 
take to the classroom. RIGHT: A "man-to-man" conference over a 
classroom assignment gives student teacher Robert Hatter of Auburn, 
Indiana a few minutes of individual time with one of his Model students. 
BOTTOM: IVIembers of Dr. Charles Ross' Educational Administration 
class listen attentively to guest lecture Russell Roberts, Superintendent 
of Madison Schools. 






148 Academics/Education 




Competency Exams Established 



The Special Education and 
Rehabilitation Department, 
under the direction of Dr. 
William David, had an enroll- 
ment of 230 students in its 
special education program, 
115 in the speech program 
and 30 students in the 
rehabilitation program. New 
certification requirements 
caused the initiation of several 
program changes. The 
department also worked with 
the Elementary Education 
Department in carrying out the 
actions necessitated by a new 
public law which stated that 
exceptional children will at- 
tend regular schools and be 
taught by regular teachers. 

The Physical Education 
Department enrolled nearly 
5000 people in more than 100 



co-educational classes. The 
department was co-chaired by 
Fred Darling and Ann Uhlir to 
insure the equal representa- 
tion necessary in the area of 
physical education. The major 
thrust in the department was 
toward upgrading the existing 
programs and increasing the 
number of interesting ac- 
tivities available to freshmen. 
The Department of Health 
greatly expanded in the num- 
ber of students enrolled in the 
programs available according 
to Chairman Herman S. Bush. 
The department was involved 
in several community service 
projects. They set up a model 
school health system in Boone 
County, worked on a rodent 
control project and once more 
held the annual health fair in 



the Powell Building. 

Twenty-nine courses were 
offered by the Department of 
Recreation and Park Ad- 
ministration this year. The 
department also developed 
competency-based exams 
designed to test the accom- 
plishments of graduates. 
Besides these changes, Chair- 
man James McChesney con- 
centrated on improving 
current programs within the 
department. 



ABOVE: Dr. Romeo Cortier supervises a stu- 
dent as she works in his environmental 
science class. 



Academics/Education 149 



LEN School Is One of Nations Largest 



During its four years with college status, the 
College of Law Enforcement has grown to be 
one of the largest schools of its kind in the na- 
tion, according to Dean Robert W. Posey. The 
departments of Fire Prevention and Control, 
Police Administration, Correctional Services 
and the Traffic Safety Institute combined to 
form the college which this year boasted an 
enrollment of over 2600 majors and numerous 
minors. 

The Department of Fire Prevention and Con- 
trol, under the leadership of Mr. Dale F. Cozad, 
was the fastest growing department within the 
college with 650 majoring students distributed 
throughout the state at 12 different locations. 
Future fire investigators, fire fighters and fire 
service administrators worked toward degrees 
in two and four year programs. Other prospec- 
tive firefighters obtained certificates of com- 
petency in fire prevention and control for one 



year of work. The department also provided in- 
struction to ambulance drivers, civil defense 
members and other personnel who wanted to 
be certified as Basic Emergency Medical 
Technicians. 

A new four-year program in Security and 
Public Safety was instituted in the Police Ad- 
ministration Department, which was headed by 
Dr. Robert E. Bagby. This increased the depart- 
ment's offerings to six degree programs. 

An up-to-date crime laboratory, with all the 
capabilities of a regional lab except for 
ballistics, provided forensic science students 
with the opportunity to participate in practically 
all the facets of criminalistics. 



BELOW LEFT: Robert W. Posey, Dean of the College of Law Enforce- 
ment, discusses plans for the upcoming year with some of his 
departmental heads. BELOW: Under the observing eye of a safety of- 
ficer, this student listens to the fundamental rules of motorcycle safety. 





150 Academics/Law Enforcement 












TOP: William Abney, instructor of Fire Prevention and Con- 
trol, demonstrates ttie procedures used in fire prevention 
of combustiable materials. LEFT: Blood samples are 
checked by this coed during a forensics lab. ABOVE: The 
forensics lab provides these students with the opportunity 
to trace and identify blood types. 



Academics/Law Enforcement 151 





TOP: These forensic lab members await a read-out on 
blood type information processed into a special computer. 
ABOVE: Traffic Safety students weave in and out of the 
traffic cones as they work on a dexterity drill. RIGHT: 
Individualized practice and experience is stressed while 
participating in Fire Prevention drills. 







152 Academics/Law Enforcement 





Experts Add 
Their Skills 
In Corrections 



The Department of Correc- 
tional Services, directed by 
Dr. Charles Reedy, continued 
to instruct students in the 
skills needed to pursue 
careers as juvenile or adult 
probation officers, correc- 
tional caseworkers or juvenile 
counselors. These students 
received the expertise of a 
staff which included lawyers, 
educational psychologists and 
sociologists who have worked, 
or done research, in correc- 
tions. This was the only es- 
tablished staff of its kind in the 
state. Although not an es- 
tablished part of the 
curriculum, the students were 
afforded the opportunity to do 
actual field work and receive 
credit for it. 



ABOVE: Students in a Emergency Medical 
Training class learn ttie proper techniques to 
use in innmobilizing a neck injury with a neck 
brace and backboard. LEFT: Practice ses- 
sions featuring simulated real life emergen- 
cies call for students to do more than the 
regular in-the-classroom work. 



Academics/Law Enforcement 153 







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TOP: Many heating adjustments have to be made before a chemical 
composition can be used in the actual testing in the forensics lab. 
ABOVE: In traffic safety classes, students work on driving techniques 
and accuracy by driving between safety cones on the driving track. 
RIGHT: A hypothetical situation concerning the changing of bandages 
are encountered by students in the Emergency Medical Care class. 



154 Academics/Law Enforcement 





Motorcycle, Emergency Driving 
Courses Added To Traffic Safety 



Motorcycle safety and driv- 
ing techniques for emergency 
vehicles were new curricula 
added to the program of the 
Traffic Safety Institute which 
was headed by Dr. William 
Browne. The Institute also 
trained "Head Start" bus 
drivers, certified secondary 
education majors in driver 
education and trained Ken- 
tucky breathalyzer operators. 



State research projects in 
which the institute par- 
ticipated were the automated 
driver licensing program and 
the youth, alcohol and driving 
program. 



LEFT: An open meadow provides students 
with the opportunity to practice firefighting 
techniques. BELOW: This coed works on 
techniques of acending an aerial ladder dur- 
ing a Fire Prevention class. 




Academics/Law Enforcement 155 



Quality Stressed In 
Graduate School 



As a result of the continued moratorium on 
tine expansion of graduate school programs im- 
posed by the Kentucky State Legislature, the 
focus within the Graduate School this year was 
again on upgrading existing programs. Despite 
this limitation, the school retained its usual high 
status among similar universities and graduate 
schools. Dean Charles Gibson and his 
departmental chairmen continued to review 
prospective new programs in the eventuality 
that the legislature rescinds the suspensions. 

The Graduate School at Eastern offered 
eleven degrees and over fifty continuing educa- 
tion programs, some of which have been rated 
as being among the finest in the state. Joint 
doctorates were offered in conjunction with the 
Universities of Kentucky and Maryland and 
Michigan State University. A degree of change 
was experienced by the Graduate School; with 
new personnel taking over the departments of 
English, Special Education, Home Economics, 
Geography and Anthropology. 



RIGHT: Graduate assistant David Swofford examines and categorizes 
specimens found in the fish museum kept by the biology department. 
BELOW: Dean Charles Gibson of the Graduate School reviews an appli- 
cant's qualifications. 




156 Academics/Graduate School 




LEFT: Bill Bitters and Beth Finney turn to graduate 
assistant Doug Zeckner for tiis assistance during a 
microbiology lab exercise. BELOW: As part of tier 
duties as an English graduate assistant, Robin Nunn 
lectures in her freshman English class. BOTTOM: 
The lights of the University and Combs Building 
burn brightly in the night as many graduate classes 
are conducted inside. 





Academics/Graduate School 157 



BELOW: Working in conjunction with the university archivist, graduate student David Smith com- 
piles an oral history record of Dr. Robert Martin and his contributions to education. BOTTOM: 
Freshman physical education courses are often taught by P.E. graduate assistants. 






158 Academics/Graduate School 





Graduate Students 
Are Many Sided 

College graduates return to 
graduate school for a various 
number of reasons. It is those 
reasons that help give a 
graduate student his own per- 
sonality and flair. Sometimes 
a new graduate will choose to 
return to the security of school 
and begin working on a 
Master's Degree immediately. 
Other times professionals are 
forced back to graduate 
school by the demands and 
pressures for more education 
within their chosen career 
field. Regardless of whatever 
reason the graduate student 
returns to school, it is safe 
to say that each student has 
his own unique reason. 



TOP LEFT: One realizes that the thirst for 
knowledge knows no age barrier when glanc- 
ing at the variety of faces found in this 
statistics class. LEFT: With the aid of a stu- 
dent teacher, graduate assistant Debbie 
Sutherland teaches Christmas songs to a 
(wlodel kindergarten class. 



Academics/Graduate School 159 



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fastball. RIGHT: In a second game of a twinbill witfi Morehead, Colonel 
Paul Brown dives safely back to first base. BELOW: Shortstop Gary 
Hatchett steps on the bag and flips to first for a double play against East 
Tennessee. 




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The Eastern Kentucky University baseball 
team, under the direction of Head Coach Jack 
Hissom, struggled through the 1977 season, 
finishing with an overall record of 10-19 and a 3- 
9 mark in OVC play. 

However, the Colonels did have some bright 
spots on the year as three players, senior 
pitcher John Lisle, senior center fielder Erv 
Leidolf and junior third baseman Kenny Lockett 
made the AII-OVC team. 

Leidolf, who made the AII-OVC squad for the 
second straight year, led the Colonels in scoring 
and hits, while compiling a .345 batting average 
and only striking out twice in 87 at bats. 

Lockett batted .338 and was second in runs 
scored, third in base hits and was a perfect 



eight for eight in stolen bases last season. 

Lisle earned his OVC honors by striking out 
65 enemy batters in only 58 2/3 innings, and 
compiling a 4-4 overall record, including four 
complete games and a shutout. 

Another fine player was sophomore Greg 
Ringley, who led the team in batting at .368 and 
roundtrippers with four. 

Coach Hissom said that even though this was 
a rebuilding year for his team, he believes that 
next year with the additions of Louisville, Cin- 
cinnati and Dayton to the schedule and the ad- 
ded maturity of his young pitching staff, the 
Colonels could be a team to be reckoned with in 
the future. 



Sports/Baseball 163 



1977 BASEBALL 



OPPONENTS 




EASTERN 


Cumberland 


9 


7 


Cumberland 


11 


4 


Centre 


2 


5 


Centre 


2 


1 


Campbellsville 


5 


8 


Campbellsville 


4 


10 


Tennessee Tech 


3 


2 


Tennessee Tech 


9 


5 


Cumberland 


6 


5 


Cumberland 


4 


11 


Berea 


2 


5 


Berea 


2 


14 


East Tennessee 


3 


6 


East Tennessee 


6 


5 


Morehead State 


10 


4 


Morehead State 


22 


4 


Tennessee Tech 


6 


3 


Tennessee Tech 


2 


4 


Morehead State 


28 


6 


Morehead State 


10 


4 


East Tennessee 


7 


3 


East Tennessee 


5 


7 


Kentucky State 


6 


3 


Kentucky State 


4 


5 


Kentucky 


23 


7 


Western 


4 


3 


Western 


9 


3 


Northern Kentucky 


15 


3 


Northern Kentucky 


14 


12 



Won 10, Lost 19 



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ABOVE: Third baseman Kenny Lockett flips the ball back to pitcher Tom 
McNuity during IMorehead's 28-6 bombardment of the Colonels last 
year. BELOW: 1977 BASEBALL. Front Row: Bat Girls: Charity Cravens, 
Josey Cisler, Jane Varney. Donna Moore. Jill Secrest, Statistician, 
Kathryn Brock, Barbara Alford, Cassandra Stewart, Kathy Kuchma. 
Second Row: Dave Ball, Chris Puffer, Chris Leeson, Hector Diodonet, 
Dave Dorsey, Jeff Fazio, Greg Ringley, Rick Bibbins, Mike Weaver, Willy 
Sawyers, Trainer Mike Lopriore. Ttiird Row: Grad. Asst. Joseph Abney, 
Head Coach Jack Hissom. John Snedegar, Jeff Shaw, Jeff Dotson, Tom 
McNulty, Kenny Lockett, John Lisle, Greg Wiseman, Gary Hatchett, Paul 
Brown, Corky Prater, Erv Leidolf, John Hissom, Mike Russell, Ralph Kin- 
der, Jim Rigney, tManager Art Sciubba. 



164 Sports/Baseball 








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ABOVE: Head Coach Jack Hissom discusses strategy witti the infield 
during a crucial one run loss to the Colonels' arch rival, the Western 
Kentucky Hilltoppers. LEFT: John Lisle fires his patented fast ball which 
earned him AII-OVC honors for the 1977 spring season. 



Sports/Baseball 165 







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More Bogies Than Eagles 



The 1977 golf season could be described as 
the kind of game your average weekend golfer 
would have— the Colonels just couldn't seem to 
be able to get out of the sand traps. 

Leading the way for Head Coach Jim Suttie's 
team was AII-OVC choice Richard Clark. Clark 
placed sixth in the OVC finishing three rounds 
with a 70-76-73 for a 219 total that was only five 
shots behind the winning pace, set by Kevin 
Klier of iVlurray State University. 

Suttie had high praise for Clark's perfor- 
mance, stating that Clark "was the most consis- 
tent golfer I had, and he's as good a golfer as 



anybody I've ever coached." 

The Eastern team did have their high points 
during the year, including first place finishes in 
the Xavier Invitational and the OVC East 
Quadrangular Tournaments, and second place 
finishes in the EKU Spring Invitational and the 
Tennessee Tech Invitational Meets. 



ABOVE: One of Eastern's top golfers, Dave Gaer, uses total concentra- 
tion and facial contortions to send this shot off some of the rough and on 
to the green. On the season, Dave averaged an excellent 76 strokes per 
match to finish third on the Colonel's golf team. 



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1977 GOLF 




INVITATIONAL 


EASTERN 


Fall Season 




Murray Invitational 


10th 


EKU Fall Invitational 


5th 


All-Dixie Intercollegiate 


10th 


Buckeye Fall Classic 


7th 


Spring Season 




Red Fox Invitational 


13th 


Iron Duke Classic 


9th 


Furman Intercollegiate 


20th 


Colonel Classic 


3rd 


Xavier Invitational 


1st 


Junior-Senior Invitational 


16th 


Kentucky Intercollegiate 


6th 


OVC East Quadrangular 


1st 


EKU Spring Invitational 


2nd 


Mid-American Invitational 


10th 


Gold and White Invitational 


3rd 


Tennessee Tech Intercollegiate 


2nd 


OVC Tournament 


8th 


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LEFT: With the ball teed up high, Colonel John Erlenbach readies to tee 
off. BELOW LEFT: 1977 GOLF TEAM. Front Row: Mike Strong, Brad 
Phillips, Jim Brehme, Doug Noah. Second Row: Danny Mays, Scott 
Green, John Zitkovic, Kevin Schuck, Richard Clark. Back Row: Head 
Coach Jim Suttie, Steve Hymer, John Erlenbach, Bill Strang, Dave Gaer, 
Tom Tierney. 




Sports/Golf 167 



Netmen Cause Racquet In OVC 



Highlighting the start of the 1977 EKU tennis 
season was the dedication of the new Greg 
Adams Indoor Tennis Facility on the Eastern 
campus. Greg Adams was a very promising 
tennis player from Richmond, Kentucky, when 
his tennis career was cut short by a football in- 
jury. The tennis complex was named in Greg's 
honor. At the time of construction it was one of 
only five such institutionally owned facilities on 
a college or university campus in the United 
States. 

This fieldhouse type structure includes four 
tennis courts and an observation deck which 
also houses a classroom, office space and a 
storage area. As well as being used for 
recreational play it is also used as an instruc- 
tional center for the tennis team. 

Head Coach Tom Higgins and company 
opened their season with the first annual 
Eastern Kentucky Indoor Invitational Tourna- 
ment. EKU finished third out of a strong field of 
eight teams. The Colonels proceeded to play 
their way through a tough schedule to a 10-10 
overall record. The netters closed their season 
with a respectable third place finish in the Ohio 
Valley Conference Tournament, held at 
Western Kentucky University. 

In the spotlight for the Colonels were senior 
Joe Shaheen and sophomore Steve Alger. 
Shaheen, a three-year letterman, played in the 
number one singles position and finished the 
year with a record of 16 wins and 11 losses. 
Playing in the number two singles spot, Alger 



compiled 42 victories. In just two years Alger 
broke the school record for the most number of 
wins in four years. In doubles competition Alger 
and Shaheen teamed up to capture the OVC 
doubles championship in the number one spot. 
This achievement marked a first in Eastern's re- 
cent tennis history. 



BOTTOM: Eastern opened their 1977 season with the dedication of the 
Greg Adams Building. This modern tennis complex houses four courts 
and an observation deck. BELOW: 1977 TENNIS TEAM. Front Row: 
Rick Vandish, Joe Shaheen, Norman Russell. Second Row: Steve Alger, 
Keith Nutter, Chris Rose, Glen Raglin. 






1977 SCOREBOARD 




OPPONENTS 


EASTERN 


EKU Indoor Invitational 




3rd 


Big Gold Invitational 




6th 


Memphis State 


9 





Notre Dame 


2 


7 


Eastern Michigan 


4 


5 


Toledo 


8 


1 


Miami of Ohio 


6 


3 


Indiana State 


6 


3 


Murray State 


4 


5 


Western Kentucky 


3 


6 


Indiana 


2 


7 


Tennessee Tech 


7 


2 


Morehead State 


7 


2 


East Tennessee 


7 


2 


Tennessee 


1 


8 


Southern Illinois 


2 


7 


Centre 


5 


4 


Western Michigan 


3 


6 


Kentucky 


6 


3 


Ohio State 


6 


3 


OVC Tournament 




3rd 



Won 10, Lost 10 



LEFT: Captain Joe Shaheen concentrates on his serve, looking to ace 
his opponent. Shaheen, a senior, led the Colonels with consistently 
lough play in the first singles position and combined with Steve Alger to 
win the OVC Doubles Championship. BELOW: EKU's second singles 
player. Steve Alger, strains to put everything into this cross court 
backhand shot. Alger finished the season leading the team with 22 wins 
and 7 losses. 




Sports/fvten's Tennis 169 



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TOP LEFT: Silhouetted against the sl<y pole vaulter Kent Myers goes up 
and over the bar in OVC Quad Meet held at Eastern's Tom Samuels 
Track. TOP RIGHT: Senior Sprinter Mike Conger hands off to teammate 
Joe Wiggins in the mile relay. Eastern went on to lose in a close dual 
meet with Purdue University. BELOW: 1977 MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD 
TEAM. Front Row: Frank Broadus, Steve Placek, Mark Stevens, 
Harley Trogdien, Mark Evans, Sam Pigg, Danny Underhill, Kent Myers, 
Albert Smith, Dan Matousch, Harold Granville, Gene Fitzhugh, Doug 



Bonk, Gary Noel, Kevin Whitman, Mark Helgeson, Delmar Howell, 
Dennis Creekmore, Mark Yellin, Steve Rowe. Back Row: Head Coach 
Art Harvey, Carl Garber, Jim Keen, Jamie Phillips, Rick Wharton, Jeff 
Wright, Weseley Burks, Mike Conger, Jerome Wright, Bill Catlelt, Frank 
Powers, Joe Wiggins, Mike Howell, Chris Goodwin, Fred Scheffler, 
David Evans, Keith Burton, Bob Moffett, Rod Tudor, Jeff Sheets, Tony 
Bigsby, Dave McCracken, Gary Moore, Bryan Robinson, Tommy Kerns, 
Rick Waganer, Joe Boyle. 




170 Sports/Men's Track And Field 



Track Team Sets New Records 




The EKU track team ran a series of disap- 
pointing second place finishes in the 1977 
season. Many of the second place finishes were 
the result of a mere handful of points. However, 
the experience and grace under pressure 
learned this year makes the outlook for 1978 
very promising. 

The Tracksters were runners-up to 
Morehead and Middle Tennessee, in triangular 
meets, second to Purdue in a dual meet and 
took the number two spot behind Morehead in 
OVC quad. 

The OVC Indoors, at Morehead and the OVC 
Outdoors at Western were different stories. The 
Colonels stumbled early and never recovered 
completely, ending up 7th indoors and 6th out- 
doors out of eight teams. 

There were many individual highlights 
thoughout the year, Gary Moore qualified for 
nationals with a school record time of in the 110 
meters high hurdles. Mike Howell also set a 
school record with a 6'10" leap in the high jump. 

Scott Decandia and Frank Powers were very 
strong in their respective field events, the shot 
put and the javelin. 




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ABOVE: Kieth Burton strains to get every inch of sand he can in the long 
jump competition. 1977 was a good year for Burton as he led the team 
in the long jump and triple jump events. 



1977 TRACK And FIELD 

Opponents Eastern 

Indoor 

Morehead State 71 y2 49 

Cumberland 37y2 49 

OVCIndoor Championships 7th 

Outdoor 
Middle Tennessee 7172 6272 

East Tennessee 40 6272 

Purdue 89 65 

Toledo 45 124 

Loyola 19 124 

OVC Quad meet 2nd 

OVC Outdoor Championships 6th 

WON 4, LOST 3 



Men's Track And Field/Sports 171 



Hustle, Dedication, And Determination 



Hard work and a strong feeling of determina- 
tion helped overcome the lack of experience on 
the 76-77 women's track team. The harriers im- 
proved over last year's sixth place finish by 
finishing runner-up in the Kentucky Women's 
Intercollegiate Conference Championships. The 
team also placed fourth in one of the largest 
women's track meets in the nation, the Becky 
Boone Relays. 

The team was paced by several national 
qualifiers. Denise McCoy, from Louisville, 
qualified for the nationals in the high jump. Her 
best effort for the year was 5'6". Also qualifying 




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ABOVE: EKU hurdler Nareen White breaks the tape in a qualifying heat 
at the Becky Boone Relays. INSET: 1977 TRACK AND FIELD TEAM. 
Front Row: Nareen White, Paula Gaston, Debbie Niles, Sue Carter, Rose 
Travis, Denise McCoy, Nancy Leonard. Second Row: Jenny Utz, Betty 
Mills, Andrea Yaden, Bernie Cocanougher, Mary Silvani, Escaleta Gray, 
Manager Susan McCasland. Third Row: Head Coach Sandra Martin, 
Manager Faith McKinney, Terry Spears, Rita Taylor, Elaine Wilson, Katie 
Krawiec, Jackie Cox, Sheree Davis, Manager Carree Ewess, Assistant 
Coach Sandy Perkins. 



for the nationals in the 880 was Paula Gaston, 
from Dayton, Ohio. Gaston was a consistently 
top performer for Eastern's team. In the pen- 
tathlon. Eastern's Teri Seippel qualified and 
finished third in the country. Seippel, a 
sophomore from Kettering, Ohio, was Eastern's 
only place winner in a national competition. 

This year's team was young and did have 
some disappointments as a result of their 
relative inexperience. Coach Sandra Martin felt 
that the experience that the team gained over 
the year will make next year an even more suc- 
cessful season. 



172 Sports/Women's Track and Field 





1977 WOMEN'S TRACK 



OPPONENTS 



EASTERN 



Indoor 






Ohio State 






Invitational Not Scored 




Morehead State Not Scored 




Purdue Invitational 






Tennessee Invitational 






Outdoor 






Mt. St. Joseph 


50 


98 


Berea 


24 


98 


Southern Illinois Invi. 


2nd 




Murray State Invitational 


3rd 




Morehead State 


50 


96 


Kentucky 


82 


96 


Western Kentucky Invi. 


2nd 




KWICC 


2nd 




Becky Boone Relays 


6th 




UT-Knoxville 


91 


44 



TOP LEFT: National qualifier, Teri Seippel, displays her hurdling form in 
the first event of the pentathlon. During the summer, Seippel finished 
fifth in the International Pentathlon meet with the Russians and Cana- 
dians. LEFT: Distance runner Vicki Renner crosses the finish line a win- 
ner in the 3,000 meter run. Renner, a sophomore from Cincinnati, Ohio, 
was hampered most of the spring season by nagging injuries. 



Sports/Women's Track and Field 173 










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174 Sports/Cheerleaders 









Spirit Rises to the Occasion 



The guidance of first year sponsor Dr. Don 
Calitri provided a helpful spark to this year's 
cheerleading squad. One of the many activities 
Calitri assisted with was a series of fund-raising 
projects such as selling helium balloons in the 
Richmond area. These projects helped to earn 
enough money to purchase new uniforms for 
the basketball season, as well as enough to buy 
crowd-pleasing small footballs and bubble-gum 
that the squad members threw to the crowds. 

Skip Daughtery, Eastern's Director of Student 
Activities and Organizations, also provided 
assistance to the squad. Mr. Daughtery made 
sure the cheerleaders had a working public ad- 
dress system and also furnished soft drinks for 
the visiting cheerleaders. 

Captain Vicki Viars led the squad to East Ten- 
nessee State during the football season, and to 
Western and Morehead State during the 
basketball season. 



In a move to create a feeling of hospitality and 
promote good will, the Commissioner of the 
OVC, Bob Vanatta, proposed a series of 
cheerleading contests between schools in the 
OVC. At the end of the basketball season all the 
cheerleaders voted on the best squad for the 
combination of skill and hospitality. As a result 
of the increased emphasis on the more gym- 
nastic aspects of cheerleading, cheerleading 
has become more athletic. Because of the in- 
crease in physical demands, this year's squad 
worked and practiced hard in order to master 
the cheers which it performed. 



TOP: Diane Reynolds and Vicki Viars strike up a cheer to get the crowd 
on their feet, ABOVE LEFT: Despite a temporary injury. Junior Kim 
Latham keeps this basketball crowd's attention and their team spirit 
alive. ABOVE: With finely tuned precision Rhonda Churchill and Karen 
Mills set up for a Colonel cheer. OPPOSITE PAGE: Colonel's 
cheerleader Taryn Wells leaps off the mini trampoline into the waiting 
arms of Steve Lyons and Joe Orrender. 



Sports/Cheerleaders 175 





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It was a season filled with 
frustration, highlighted by dis- 
appointment. Eastern was the 
unanimous choice of all OVC 
coaches to repeat as con- 
ference champs for the 
second straight year. Head 
Coach Roy Kidd was starting 
his 14th consecutive season at 
the Colonel helm, and with 32 
returning lettermen, including 
last year's AII-OVC players, 
quarterback Ernie House, 
tailback Stan Mitchell, guard 
Dean Stucky, Tackle Randy 
Heaberlin, flanker Jim Nelson 
and roverback Anthony Miller 
who had helped lead the 
Colonels to an 8-3 record last 
year, made 1977 look even 
better for Kidd's crew. 

Hanger Field was the 
setting as the Delaware Blue 
Hens invaded Colonel country 
to open the season. Eastern 
was out to avenge a 37-21 loss 
last year in Newark. Sparked 
by a 61 -yard touchdown bomb 
from quarterback Ernie House 
to Jim Nelson, and Scott 
McCallister, who gained 104 
yards in 20 carries, the 
Colonels romped over 
Delaware 24-7, and visions of 
post-season playoffs and the > 
possibility of an undefeated 
season danced in everyone's ; 
head. 



LEFT: Under heavy pressure, quarterback Er- 
nie House dumps a pass to number 80 Jim 
Nelson tor first down yardage. This combina- 
tion of House to Nelson provided many thrills 
for EKU fans throughout the 1977 season. 




The next week took the 
Qolonels to Springfield, Ohio 
to face Division III 
powerhouse, Wittenburg. Any 
kind of an Eastern victory 
would have given the Colonels 
a number one ranking in the 
first Division II poll; except the 
Tigers of Wittenburg had 
other ideas. 

Whether it was lackluster 
play on the part of the 
Colonels, or just the fired up 
play of Wittenburg, the Tigers 
totally outplayed the Colonels 
and it payed off with a 17-14 
upset victory. Ernie House's 
two touchdown passes were 
the only bright spot on that un- 



predictable Saturday after- 
noon when many of the 
preseason dreams turned into 
nightmares. 

The Colonels road show 
continued the next week as 
they opened the OVC 
schedule at East Tennessee, 
playing in the Buccaneer's new 
mini-dome. 



ABOVE: The feeling of "Grid Wars" is ob- 
viously felt by a Wittenberg running back as 
Joe Richards, Ed Laski, James Shoecraft and 
pursuing Rickie Rhodes put him in a tight 
squeeze. The Tigers went on to upset the 
Colonels, 17-14. RIGHT: Sophomore tight 
end Carl Greene lifts his arm in celebration af- 
ter grabbing a touchdown pass in a 38-34 
comeback victory against East Tennessee 
State University. 




Sports/Football 177 



Grid 



Wars 





the Colonels suddenly found 
themselves down 34-10 
midway in the third quarter. 
Sophomore quarterbacl< Bill 
Hughes came in for a slightly 
injured Ernie House and 
directed the Colonels to two 
quick scores. House returned 
late in the game and with 2:09 
to play, Stan Mitchell took a 
House pitchout and scam- 
pered 90 yards for the winning 
touchdown in a 38-34 miracle 
comeback victory. For the 
game, Mitchell had 179 yards 
in only nine carries and he 
scored three touchdowns. 

Austin Peay journeyed to 
Richmond to face the 
Colonels and Coach Kidd 
summed up the game earlier 
in the week by saying, "Austin 
Peay could be the surprise of 
the season." He was not jok- 
ing. After trailing 17-0 at 
half time, the Governors 
stormed back to score three 
times, including two in the 
fourth quarter to stun the 
Colonels 20-17. 

Eastern then traveled to 
Murfreesboro, Tennessee to 
take on the winless Middle 
Tennessee Blue Raiders. 
Playing without nine starters 
due to numerous injuries and 
despite the 102 yards rushing fr 
by Stan Mitchell, the Colonels 
dropped their second OVC 
game by a 19-10 score, which |_ 
left their overall record at 2-3 



178 Sports/Football 



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OPPOSITE ABOVE: With a wild frenzy of 
emotion, Eastern tal<es to the field. 
OPPOSITE BELOW: Letting it all go, Anthony 
Miller blocks an Austin Peay field goal. 
ABOVE: Going high up over a Delaware 
receiver, sophomore Steve Fletcher pulls 
down an interception. LEFT: Weaving his way 
through traffic, tailback Scott McCallister 
breaks to the outside for a big gain. BELOW: 
Arms upraised, Ed Laski signals a Colonel 
sack of the quarterback. 



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Wars 




ABOVE: Front Row: Coach Jack Ison, Gary 
Ford, Gary Thomas. Renard McPhaul, Bruce 
Cox, Joey Lloyd, Dan Sensibaugh, Alvin 
Miller, David Flores, Fred Griffin, Dan Martin, 
Chris Roberts, Steve Streight, Rodney Sher- 
man, Tom Berger, Philip Robinson, Dale 
Squires, Bill Kolesar, Trainer Bobby Barton. 
Second Row: Rick Sang, Bill Hughes, Corky 
Prater, Doug Endicott, Albert Parker, John 
Montgomery, Joe Schipske, Darryl Lawson, 
Ed Finella, Ron Wilson, Terry Humphrey, 
Anthony Miller, Ernie House, Jim Nelson, 
David Seewer, Scott McCallister, Tim From- 
meyer, Jeff Berry. Third Row: Coach Bob 
Harville, Coach Joe Blankenship, Grad. 
Assistant Frank Sumner, Jerry Miller, John 
Ahrens, Joel Scrafton, Howard Lamkin, 



James Shoecraft, Bob Mclntyre, Joe Richard, 
Dale Patton, Danny Hope, Mark Fitz, Steve 
Frommeyer, Ray Burmistrz, Ed Laski, Steve 
Fletcher, Chris Isaac, Tony Smith, Coach 
Frank Vohun, Head Coach Roy Kidd, Coach 
Joe Kinnan. Fourth Row: Grad. Assistant 
Leon Hart, Man. Rick Mitchell, Buddy Moor, 
David Dihrkop, Prentis Ragland, James 
Shelton, Mike Woods, David Neal, Bill 
Warren, Mike Sheehan, Dean Stucky, Joe 
Drennen, Randy Heaberlin, Linear Lovett, 
Morris Hallum, Charles Brunson, David 
Williams, Greg Hill, Curt Coakley, David 
Booze, Carl Greene, Cris Curtis, Rickie 
Rhodes. BELOW: Quarterback Ernie House 
calls the signals as Eastern's offense digs in 
against arch-rival Western. 




Homecoming against arcin- 
rival Western Kentucky was 
special in many respects. 
First, it was tine Golden An- 
niversary between the two 
clubs. Second, it marked the 
first time that a game between 
two Kentucky schools was 
ever telecast live, statewide. 
Channel 27 had the honor with 
Denny Trease providing the 
play-by-play. Third, the 
largest crowd in Eastern 
history was on hand as an es- 
timated 25,000 jammed into 
the Hanger Field stands to see 
history in the making. 

After a shaky first quarter 
that saw Eastern lead 7-0, the 
Colonels exploded to a 21-3 
halftime lead on two 
touchdown passes from Ernie 
House to Jim Nelson. The 
second half was all Eastern's 
as Stan Mitchell scored three 
touchdowns. These scores 
along with House's three 
touchdown passes accounted 
for a 35-10 runaway against 
the Hilltoppers. 





ABOVE: A record 25,000 Eastern fans cheer 
the Colonels during the Homecoming battle 
against the Hilltoppers. LEFT: Sophomore 
RIckle Rhodes bearhugs Western Kentucky 
quarterback John Hall for minus yardage. 
BELOW: New recruit Alvin fy/liller takes tbe 
opening kickoff of the Western game and 
heads upfleld. 




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Grid 



Wars 





In traveling that long road 
down to Murray, Eastern 
probably suffered what is 
l<nown as a "letdown". Despite 
Jim Nelson's 165 yards in 
receptions and a school 
record 49-yard field goal by 
freshman l<icker David Fiores, 
a late Colonel rally fell short 
and the Racers edged out a 
24-20 victory. Ernie House by 
far had his best day for the 
maroon and white, passing for 
242 yards and two touch- 
downs. 

Tennessee Tech brought a 
sparkling 8-0 record to 
Hanger Field, along with the 
number one offense in the 
conference and high hopes of 
a victory over the Colonels to 
all but wrap up the OVC 
crown. 

However, Eastern stormed 
to a 21-7half time lead behind 
Stan Mitchell's game-high 110 
yards rushing and held on to 
deal the Golden Eagles their 
first loss of the year, 28-21. 

The surprising Dayton 
Flyers were the Colonels next 
opponent. The Flyer football 
program had suffered money- 
wise, dropping from Division I 
to Division III, but it hadn't af- 
fected the quality of the 
players. Dayton marched 



ABOVE: High school bands , as well as EKU's 
Marching Maroons, perform at half time of 
Band Day. LEFT: Dean Stucky and the 
referee both agree it's another EKU 
touchdown. 



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OPPONENT 




> 
EASTERN 


Delaware 


7 


24 


Wittenberg 


17 


14 


East Tennessee 


34 


38 


Austin Peay 


20 


17 


Middle Tenn. 


19 


10 


Western 


10 


35 


Murray State 


24 


20 


Tennessee Tech 


21 


28 


Dayton 


20 


13 


Morehead State 


13 


42 


Won 5, 

^- 


Lost 5 





LEFT: Freshman kick returner Alvin Miller 
uses his speed to bring a kickoff back for big 
yardage against Austin Peay. BELOW: Tim 
Frommeyer puts a hard pass rush on Ten- 
nessee Tech quarterback Jimmy Maynord. 




Sports/Football 183 




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out to a 20-3 lead at the half 
and coasted to a 20-13 victory 
over the slumping Colonels. 

Eastern traveled to 
IVlorehead for the final game 
of the season. The Colonels 
had won five straight over the 
Eagles, dating bacl< to 1972. 
That Saturday was no excep- 
tion. Ernie House set two 
school records, passing yards 
(1,547) and total offense 
(1,740) and the offensive unit 
amassed 436 total yards as 
the Colonels recorded their 
highest point output of the 
year in a 42-13 romp over 
IVlorehead to end the season 
at 5-5 overall. 



ABOVE: Kicking specialist David Flores at- 
tempts a field goal. LEFT: Leading receiver 
Jim Nelson has a few words to say about a 
referee's call. 




Sports/Football 185 



Colonel 77-78 Basketball Highlights . . . 

Winning Basketball: How Sweet It Is! 



What a difference a year 
makes! In 1976-77 under first- 
year coacli Ed Byhre, the 
Colonels struggled to only an 
8-16 slate, but like expensive 
wine, things get better with 
age. In Byhre's second season 
at the Colonel helm. Eastern 
came through with their best 
season since 1971-72, ending 
up with a 15-11 record and 
eight points keeping them 
from uping that record even 
more. 

Because of 93-86 and 74-73 
losses to regular season OVC 
champion Middle Tennessee, 
the Colonels finished in the 
top four ending in a tie for 
fourth with Austin Peay at 8-6. 
The Govs, however, went to 
the post-season tournament 
held at Bowling Green due to 
their two victories over the 
Blue Raiders. 

One of the main reasons for 
the Colonels' turnabout were 
junior college transfers, Lovell 
Joiner and Vic Merchant. 
Joiner, who came from Robert 
Morris College, was Eastern's 
leading scorer and rebounder 
with 17.4 and 9.6 averages, 
respectively. He also dished 
out 111 assists and was 
named to the 1977-78 AII-OVC 
team. 

Merchant, from Allan Han- 
cock College, became a start- 
er late in the year and 
averaged 9.0 points and 6.3 
rebounds per game. 

The Colonels lost some 



heartbreakers over the course 
of the year, a 70-68 double 
overtime thriller to East Ten- 
nessee, an 80-76 loss to 
Murray, a 74-73 overtime 
decision to Middle Tennesse. 



RIGHT: With the ball barely off his fingertips, 
Lovell Joiner launches a jump shot over 
Westerns James Johnson. Joiner had 23 
points in the Colonel's 85-79 overtime victory. 
BELOW: Skying over Austin Peay's Norman 
Jackson, Kenny Elliott prepares to slam home 
a dunk shot during Eastern's 81-73 victory 
over the Govenors. The Colonels and the 
Govs tied for fourth place in the OVC. 
OPPOSITE PAGE: Super-imposed by a sea 
of Coliseum lights. Eastern's only senior Mike 
Oliver soars above four (vlurray State Defen- 
ders to lay in a follow shot. 





186 Sports/Men's Basketball 



and a 61-59 loss to Big Ten 
runner-up, Minnesota. They 
also played very well against 
University of Cincinnati and 
the 1977 NCAA Champion, 
Marquette. 

Beside Joiner, Eastern Ken- 
tucky placed four other men in 
double figures for the year, as 
Kenny Elliott was second in 
scoring at a 14.4 clip, Bruce 
Jones, Dave Bootcheck, and 
Mike Oliver all were close 
behind with their 10.3 
averages. 

1977-78 saw the Colonels 
top the century mark twice, 
107-65 against Georgia 
College and 102-76 over 
Wilmington. Kenny Elliott had 
the single high game scoring 
mark, connecting for 34 points 
against Cleveland State. 



RIGHT: Freshman sensation Bruce Jones 
goes all the way for two as Gov Dennis Pagan 
ducks out of the way. Jones led the Colonels 
with 134 assists and averaged 10.3 points a 
game in his first season for the Colonels. 
BELOW: Colonel Chris Williams goes in for a 
layup as Hilltopper Greg Jackson tries to take 
charge. Williams, a forward from Peoria, Il- 
linois, scored 11 points in Eastern's overtime 
win. 







ABOVE: THE 1977-78 BASKETBALL TEAM. 
Front Row: Jimmy Russell and Steve Krivda, 
Managers. Second Row: Bruce Jones, Mike 
List, Denny Fugate, Tyrone Jones, Danny 
Haney, Dave Tierney, Kenny Elliott. Third 
Row: Assistant Coach Max Good, Student 
Assistant Ed Kozol, Vic Merchant, Lovell 
Joiner, Chris Williams. Jeff Wolf, Dave 



Bootcheck, David Jenkins, Mike Oliver, Head 
Coach Ed Byhre, Graduate Assistant Rick 
Weaver. BELOW: Vic Merchant, a junior 
college transfer from Allan Hancock College 
puts up a bank shot against Austin Peay as 
Mike Oliver prepares to block out the Gov's 
Norrls Randall In case of a rebound. 




The Colonels set two OVC 
records in the assist depart- 
ment this year, dishing out a 
total of 498 over the 26 games 
and they set a single game 
record of 36. Bruce Jones led 
the Colonels with 134 assists. 

Mike Oliver completed his 
career at Eastern ending up as 
the Colonels 15th All-time 
leading scorer with 979 total 
points, Oliver was also the 
third leading rebounder with 
859 grabs. 

With many players return- 
ing next year, including four 
starters, the Colonels look to 
be definite contenders for the 
OVC crown and should have 
the potential to do well in post- 
season play. 



RIGHT: Greg Joyner, Middle Tennessee's All- 
OVC selection, looks for a teammate to pass 
to while being heavily guarded by Colonel's 
Dave Tierney. Tierney was Eastern's leading 
field goal shooter, hitting 54.5 percent from 
the field. BELOW: Defense is the name of the 
game as Colonel Kenny Elliott sticks like a 
glove to Urbana's Tony Mathis. Eastern 
powered past the Blue Knights with a score of 
89-75. 





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BELOW: Members of the Phi Zappa Krappa, a freshman group from 
Case Hall, express their opinion of a referee's decision during the 
Eastern-fvlorehead game. ABOVE: Dave Bootcheck stretches up to stuff 
a shot during a 107-65 rout of Georgia College. Bootcheck, who 
averaged 19.7 points a game last year, slacked off to 10.3 average 
this season. 



1977-78 MEN'S BASKETBALL 



OPPONENTS 


EASTERN 


Northern Kentucky 


73 


80 


Minnesota 


61 


59 


Toledo 


86 


75 


Dayton 


83 


70 


Urbana College 


75 


89 


Cincinnati 


73 


58 


Georgia College 


65 


107 


Cleveland State 


78 


84 


Marquette 


90 


73 


Army 


71 


79 


Western Kentucky 


79 


85 


Middle Tennessee 


93 


86 


Austin Peay 


113 


85 


Murray State 


60 


63 


Tennessee Tech 


62 


73 


East Tennessee 


75 


69 


Morehead State 


60 


66 


Middle Tennessee 


74 


73 


Western Kentucky 


74 


78 


Austin Peay 


73 


81 


Murray State 


80 


76 


Indiana Southeast 


68 


89 


East Tennessee 


70 


68 


Tennessee Tech 


64 


78 


Wilmington College 


76 


102 


Morehead State 


68 


72 


Won 15, 


Lost 11 





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Western Falls In Close Games 



The Colonels took special 
pride in beating Western twice 
this year. It was the first time 
the Colonels swept the two 
game series since 1963-64. It 
was also a sweet victory 
because the Hilltoppers made 
a very strong finish to capture 
the OVC post season tourna- 
ment and become the con- 
ference representative in the 
NCAA. 

In front of 3,200 fans in the 
Coliseum, the Colonels 
triumphed over the Hilltop- 
pers 85-79 in overtime. At the 
end of regulation it was 71-all, 
but the Colonels outscored 
Western 14-8 in the extra 
period, all on free throws, to 
give Eastern its first win over 
Western in the last seven 
meetings. Lovell Joiner led the 
Colonels with 23 points. Dave 
Bootcheck added 14. 

Nearly 11,000 jammed into 
Diddle Arena for the rematch 
between the two schools. Mike 
Oliver's layup with only 40 
seconds left deadlocked the 
contest at 65-65 and forced 
another overtime game. This 
time, behind Bootcheck's 
game high 16 and Joiner's 
and Oliver's 15 points, the 
Colonels outscored the 
Hilltoppers 13-9 and walked 
away with a 78-74 victory. 



TOP: Sandwiched between Western's Aaron 
Bryant (51) and Greg Burbach is Colonel 
Dave Tierney as he fights for the ball. Tier- 
ney's hustle and good defense made for many 
fine plays throughout the year. RIGHT: 
Colonel head coach Ed Byhre looks disap- 
pointed in his team as he strikes a glaring 
look at the bench during the Colonels 72-68 
victory over Morehead. Byhre's two year 
record is 23-27. 






LEFT: Mike Oliver looks downcourt tor the 
tast break atter tiauling down a rebound 
against Western Kentucky. Oliver ended his 
playing career as the Colonels third leading 
rebounder with 859. ABOVE: Guard Kenny 
Elliott throws up an off balance shot during 
the Colonels 85-79 victory over WKU. 



Men's Basketball/Sports 193 



Dunks: 

The Crowd 

Pleasers 

other school's basketball 
teams may call themselves the 
"Doctors of Dunk" but in 1977- 
78 the Eastern Kentucky Uni- 
versity Colonels had to have 
been known as the "Sultans of 
Slam". 

Dunks of all kinds were just 
some of the highlights during 
the Colonel's quest through 
the OVC schedule. 

Lovell Joiner, Kenny Elliott, 
Mike Oliver, Vic Merchant and 
even Dave Bootcheck were 
the leaders in the stuff on- 
slaught, which averaged 
nearly five dunks a game. 

There was nothing fancy, 
just good, solid, smash-the- 
ball-down-through-the-hoop- 
basketball which made the 
Colonels a very exciting 
basketball team to watch, with 
the best still yet to come. 



RIGHT: The awesome power of the duhk 
shows in the face of Lovell Joiner as he nearly 
rips down the rim during the Colonels 86-75 
loss to the Toledo Rockets. 




194 Sports/Men's Basketball 




LEFT: Eagle Herbie Stamper looks on helplessly as center Mike Oliver prepares to crann 
one through the net. Oliver ended his career as the Colonels 15th All-time leading scorer 
with 979 points. BELOW: Showing good form, Vic Merchant skies to stuff the ball against 
Middle Tennesse. BOTTOM RIGHT: Kenny Elliott jams one home in a game at Morehead as 
Eagle center Butch Kelly gets in position to take the charge. The Colonels won both games 
against Morehead this year. BOTTOM LEFT: Dave Bootcheck begins his descent to the 
hardwood after smashing home a stuff against Morehead. The Eagles were the doormat of 
the OVC with a 0-14 conference record. 






Eels Regain Championship Status 



"It's really great to have a championship team 
back at Eastern." These were head coach Dan 
Lichty's sentiments as for the first time since 
1974, the Eastern Kentucky Eels have put 
another title under their belt by winning the 
1977-1978 Midwest Independent Swimming 
and Diving Championships. The Eels defeated 
last year's champion Illinois State by a com- 
manding margin as well as four other strong 
schools in the six-team event. 

Other highlights for the Eels during the year 
were, a second place finish in the annual Ken- 
tucky Intercollegiate Championship and several 
victories in regular season dual meets. 



Swimmers Chris Gray and John 
IVleisenheimer were the leaders throughout 
most of the year for the Eels and they set 
several records in process, including Gray's 
KISC record of 4:41.179 in the 500-yard 
freestyle and Meisenheimer's 100-yard 
freestyle time of :47.641. 

The Eels as a team dominated mostly by 
sophomores and freshmen; however, now with 
age and added experience, the Eels will soon be 
ready to make a big splash in the collegiate 
swimming world. 

BELOW: Swimmer Scott Mosgrove (center) shows the winning butterfly 
strol<e that ranl<ed him first in that event on the Eel's team. 




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196 Sports/Swimming 




ABOVE: Ken Pleasants (right) springs off the 
starting block in a 100-yd freestyle event. This 
meet against Vanderbllt Is one of the few 
home contest for the Eels. LEFT: Eastern's 
Brent Congleton competes In a preliminary 
diving round in the Combs Natatorium. 





Sports/Swimming 197 



RIGHT: Swim Timette Fussy Saalfeld reports a swimming time to 
freestyle specialist Ciiris Gray. Chris qualified for the Junior Olympics in 
the 200, 300 and 1650 yard freestyle events. BOTTOM: Loyal fans look 
on intently during the closing moments of a close meet. 



1978 SWIMMING 



OPPONENTS 

Louisville 

Morris Harvey Relays 

Tennessee State 

Tennessee Relays 

Kent State 

Kenyon 

Western 

Centre 

Berea 

Kentucky 

Indiana State 

Vanderbilt 

KISC 

Mid West Championships 



EASTERN 



38 
20 

L 

69 
51 
70 
23 
29 
73 
57 
45 



2nd 



4th 



2nd 
1st 



74 

69 

44 
62 
43 
66 
47 
39 
56 
68 



Won 6, Lost 4 





198 Sports/Swimming 





TOP: 1978 EASTERN SWIM TEAM: First Row: John Davenport; 
Graduate Assistant, Scott Mosgrove, Scott Barber, Kevin Curren, Sue 
Edmonds, Brent Congleton, Bill Amato, Mike Gallagher. Second Row: 
Ron Holihan; Assistant Coach, David Bright, Peggy Morrissey. Mark 
Sullivan, Brad Birch, Rick Green, Chris Gray. Mike Machusak, Bret 



Yoder, Chip Davis. Third Row: Dan Lichty; Coach, Jim German, Mark 

Mullin, Don Waters. Matt Painter, Ray House, Kent Pleasants, Ron 
Siggs, John Meisenheimer, Gary Jameson, Gary Tameris; Captain, Joel 
Baer. ABOVE: Head Coach Dan Lichty congratulates KSIC champion 
John Meisenheimer for another winning effort. 



Sports/Swimming 199 



RIGHT: John Harkey executes a near-perfect L-seat position during tlie 
ring phase of a home meet against Ball State. BELOW: 1978 MEN'S 
GYMNASTICS TEAM: Front Row: Guy Watson, Bill Filsinger, John 
Harkey, Chris Voipp, Tony Webber, Coach Jerry Calkin, Assistant 
Coach Jim Fisher. Middle Row: George Gardner, Pat Maloney, Kevin 
Nally. Back Row: Bill Bach, Brad Wallace, Dave Cole. 



1977-78 MEN'S GYMNASTICS 



OPPONENTS 


EASTERN 


Citadel 


95.95 


162.3 


North Carolina State 


101.95 


162.3 


Georgia 


183.55 


162.3 


Ohio State 


203.1 


165.4 


Michigan 


205.0 


165.4 


Jacksonville State 


163.35 


173.35 


Ball State 


181.45 


173.35 


Miami 


148.85 


178.9 


Georgia Tech 


178.9 


178.9 


Ball State 


197.15 


180.65 


Indiana 


201.15 


180.65 


Won 5, 


Lost 6 







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Young Gymnastics Team 
Has Impressive Record 

Under the careful direction of Coacli Dr. Jerry 
Call<in, the men's gymnastic team completed a 
very successful season which included several 
highlights and many records. 

Enroute to a 5-6 dual meet record, the team 
set a school scoring record with a total of 180.65 
points in a triangular meet with Ball State and 
Indiana, and Co-captain Tony Webber set an in- 
dividual record of 47.80 in the all-around com- 
petition. 

Other highlights were the first victory ever 
over Georgia Tech in Eastern's five year history 
of gymnastics and numerous 40 point or better 
performances by Co-captain John Harkey and 
Pat Maloney. 

Six freshmen on the roster made this year's 
gymnastics team a young one and inexperience 
along with sickness were a few of the difficulties 
they had to overcome throughout the year, and 
hardships like these always lead to future suc- 
cesses. 



TOP: Judges carefully watch one of Eastern's gynnnasts spin Into a dis- 
mount from tfie parallel bars. LEFT: Guy Watson positions tils wrists in 
preparation for a dismount from the high bar, while Assistant Coach Jim 
Fisher spots for him. 



Sports/Gymnastics 201 



Women Finish Second In KWIC 




IVlixing a combination of age witli youth, 
(mostly youth), the Women's gymnastics team 
braved the odds and worl<ed their way through 
a very successful year, capping the season off 
with a second place finish in the Kentucky 
Women's Intercollegiate Conference meet. 

The Women tallied 122.30 points, only 18 
behind the Louisville Cardinals, who are one of 
the top-10 teams in the country as well as being 
the number one team in Kentucky. 

Freshman Rhonda Wilkerson and Senior 
Beth Miles led the Eastern women with con- 
tinually consistent scores, always performing 
well on the balance beam, the uneven parallel 
bars, the vaulting horse and the floor exercise to 
give the women a winning 5-4 record against 
some very tough competition. 

Because of their outstanding showings, 
Eastern, as well as individuals Wilkerson and 
Miles have qualified for AIAW Region II meet 
upcoming later in the spring. 




LEFT: Janet Herr begins a scale while doing a routine on the balance 
beam. TOP: Rhonda Wilkerson ends her routine on the uneven parallel 
bars by doing a hecht full twist dismount during a dual meet with 
Morehead State. 



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1978 WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS 


OPPONENTS 


EASTERN 


Ohio State 


133.15 


127.65 


Morehead State 


113.90 


124.05 


Western Kentucky 


123.65 


126.60 


Southern Illinois 


135.55 


119.25 


Louisville 


138.40 


119.25 


Miami 


116.70 


121.55 


Kentucky 


108.05 


121.55 


Appalachian State 


128.60 


104.45 


N.C.— Chapel Hill 


123.50 


104.45 


Ball State 


118.10 


113.95 


KWIC Championships 


2 


Id 


Regional Championsh 


ps 7th 


Won 4, 


Lost 6 





BELOW LEFT: 1978 WOMEN'S GYMNASTIC TEAM. First Row: Beth 
Miles, Becci Shugart, Mary Wllkerson, Beth Wilkerson. Second Row: 
Mary Beth Ballard. Manager, Kay Queen, Mary Lyons, Dianne Dusen- 
bery, Jennifer Shaw. BELOW: Beth Miles does a stomach whip on the 
uneven parallel bars. LEFT: Mary Wilkerson does the splits during a 
floor exercise. 





Sports/Women's Gymnastics 203 



Foundation Laid for Solid Future 




With only two seniors on the entire squad, the 
1977-78 women's basketball season looked to 
be another one of rebuilding, however the lady 
Colonels stayed close to or were at the .500 
mark throughout the entire year as they finished 
the 1977-78 campaign with a respectable 12-15 
mark. 

The Colonels defeated such state powers as 
Morehead, Louisville, and Western and lost by 
only six to KWIC State Champion University of 
Kentucky, and had a very respectable game 
against the number one women's team in the 
nation, Tennessee. 

Junior Peggy Gay sparked the team many 
times with her incredible outside shooting and 
led the team with a 19.8 average. Co-captains 
Gayle Freshwater and Cindy Lundberg were 
very consistent over the whole year and helped 
provide valuable leadership and experience 
both on and off the court. 

Ten players, including three starters, return 
for the lady Colonels next year who appear to 
have laid the foundation for a solid future as a 
top contender. 



ABOVE: Lady Kat Elizabeth Lukschu and EKU's Cindy Lundberg battle 
for a loose ball. RIGHT: Center Sandy Grieb is nearly tackled as she 
looks for an outlet pass after pulling down the rebound during a 79-73 
loss to the University of Kentucky. Grieb, a freshman from Louisville, 
averaged 8.2 points and 8.4 rebounds in tier first season as a lady 
Colonel. 



204 Sports/Women's Basketball 



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ABOVE: Soaring in for a layup against Southern Illinois, is a guard 
Psggy Gay. Peggy, a junior, was the lady Colonels leading scorer. 
RIGHT: 1977-78 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM. Front Row: Peggy 
Baumer, Leesa O'Banion, Effie Turner, Neena Annbrose. Second Row: 
Jenny Dyer, Rita Taylor, Loretta Coaghlin, Noreen White, Gayle 
Freshwater, Adrianne Hughes, Peggy Gay. Back Row: Head Coach 
Shirley Duncan, Karen Rimer, Sally Fitch, Sandy Grieb, Sue Carroll, 
Jane Long, Cindy Lundberg, Grad. Assist. Gail Taterson. 




1977-78 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

OPPONENTS EASTERN 



Kentucky 


79 


73 


Murray State 


60 


57 


Louisville 


76 


63 


Northern Kentucky 


55 


65 


Dayton 


85 


82 


James Madison 


54 


74 


Morehead State 


64 


71 


Austin Peay 


52 


77 


Tennessee Tech 


85 


69 


East Tennessee 


73 


84 


Kentucky 


85 


73 


Morehead State 


93 


84 


Louisville 


72 


75 


East Tennessee 


85 


89 


Middle Tennessee 


94 


67 


Western Kentucky 


85 


94 


Northern Kentucky 


89 


76 


Illinois State 


75 


88 


Murray State 


74 


82 


Ohio State 


81 


61 


Miami (Ohio) 


64 


77 


Indiana 


62 


83 


Tennessee Tech 


78 


73 


Tennessee 


90 


67 


Western Kentucky 


60 


58 


Southern Illinois 


68 


61 


Won 12, 


Lost 14 





Sports/Women's Basketball 205 



Shooters Tops In Meets 







For the second year in a 
row, the EKU rifle team won 
both the Xavier Invitational 
and the Little Camp Perry 
Shootout and set records in 
both events. The Colonels 
topped the Xavier meet with a 
585 out of a possible 600, and 
shot a 578 in the Little Camp 
Shootout. Eastern also 
finished a strong third in the 
National Rifle Association and 
International Shooters Union 
meets. In dropping only one 
regular season meet, the 
Colonels were paced by 
freshman Robert Montgomery 
of Enid, Oklahoma, who shot 
290 in the NRA portion and 
had an average of 578 out of 
600. Montgomery was also the 



top ROTC individual, blister- 
ing the bull's-eye at a 575 
average. David Terry was the 
top college shooter with a 571 
average. Head Coach Major 
Bill Fluty said that Mont- 
gomery "has the potential to 
be a top 10 finisher in the final 
standings of the NRA and 
could be an Ail-American." 
Other top shooters for the 
Eastern Riflemen include Jay 
James, Warren Mitchell and 
Judy Kaufman. 



RIGHT: Sue Floer attaches one of many in- 
tricate pieces of equipment that fit onto her ri- 
fle. ABOVE: Kevin Sensenig takes steady aim 
at the targets during the l<neeiing portatlon of 
the competition. 




BELOW: THE 1978 RIFLE TEAM. Front Row: Jim McCann, Robert 
Montgomery, Warren Mitchell, John David Terry. Back Row: Kevin Sen- 
senig. Sue Floer, Judy Kaufman, Mark Woodruff, Jay James. ABOVE: 
Freshman sensation Robert Montgomery alines his sight at the bulls-eye 
during a recent meet. Montgomery set numerous records during his first 
year at Eastern and is a possible candidate for All-American honors. 






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1977-78 RIFLE TEAM 






OPPONENTS 


EASTERN 




Kentucky 


Won 




Tennessee Tech 


Lost 


1 


Tennessee 


Won 




Middle Tennessee 


Won 




Murray 


Won 




Tennessee Tech Invitational 


4th 




East Tennessee Invitational 


3rd 




Ohio State 


Won 




Western Kentucky 


Won 




Xavier Invitational 


1st 




Kentucky Invitational 


6th 




Little Camp Perry 


1st 




Won 5, Lost 1 


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Sports/Rifle Team 207 



Dual Meets Successful For Runners 



Led by seniors Doug Bonk and Dan 
Matousch, the 1977 Men's Cross Country team 
capped off a very successful season with a third 
place finish in the OVC Championships at Bowl- 
ing Green and an 11th place showing in the 
NCAA District III Tournament. 

In dual meets, the Colonels won all four, 
beating Aquinas College, Northern Kentucky, 
Morehead and Wright State, while in In- 
vitationals, the harriers continued to shine, win- 
ning the University of Kentucky Invitational and 
finishing second in the Kentucky Intercollegiate 
Invitational. 

Bonk, was named to the "AII-OVC" team, and 
is the course record holder in the five mile run, 
being clocked in 25:45. Dan Matousch has two 
records under his belt, with the four and six mile 
events, timed in 20:04 and 32:36 respectively. 

Head Coach Art Harvey was a bit surprised at 
the teams performance, but he was pleased 
with the season, "The team worked very hard 
and it showed." said Harvey. 



BELOW: EKU Harriers dominate the field as they stride it out against 
Dayton based Wright State. EKU dominated their season winning five 
and losing only one. 



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1977 TRACK And FIELD 

OPPONENTS EASTERN 



Aquinas College 


42 


20 


Kentucky Invitational 


1st 




Indiana Invitational 


9th 




Kentucky 


21 


56 


Blue Grass 


63 


56 


Northern Kentucky 


46 


17 


Morehead State 


31 


26 


Wright State 


42 


18 


OVC Championships 


3rd 




NCAA Region III 


11th 




WON 5, 


LOSTO 





LEFT: In the lead, Doug Bonk rounds the last corner and heads down 
the home stretch BELOW: 1977 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. FRONT: 

Manager Doug Wagener. Harley Trogdien. Joe Hykle, Gary Noel. Gary 
Shields, Steve Angerman, Jim Hill, Gene Fitzhugh, Mark Helgeson. 
Dennis Creekmore. Back Row: Asst. Coach Bill Hebert, Manager Steve 
Rowe, Dan Matousch, Bill Morgan, Pete Doyle, Jim Keen, Ed Strobach, 
Doug Bonk, Mark Yellin, Sam Pigg, Manager. Joe Boyle, Head Coach 
Art Harvey. BELOW LEFT: With wiery facial expressions Mark Yellin, Bill 
Morgan, Dennis Creekmore, and Gary Noel cross the finish line in 
unison. 





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What a difference a year 
makes! In one short year the 
Women's Cross Country team 
went from being unranked to 
becoming the number six 
team in the nation. 

Finishing sixth in the 
Association of Intercollegiate 
Athletics for Women, (AIAW) 
in Georgetown, Texas, the 
women harriers, under Head 
Coach Sandy iVIartin, proved 
that they are the team of the 
future, with six girls returning 
for next year. 

Freshman sensation Sue 
Schaefer from Williamsville, 
N.Y. heads the list of returnees 




and was Eastern's outstanding 
performer throughout the 
year, earning Ail-American 
honors. She finished fifth in 
the individual section of the 
AIAW, with a personal best 
time of 17:37 over the 5,000 
meter Texas course. 

Other highlights for the year 
included an undefeated 
season, a first place finish in 
the KICC Championships, and 
being ranked the number one 
team in Kentucky. 

Returning for the harriers 
next year are, along with 
Schaefer, Paula Gaston, 



Peggy Painter, Vicki Renner, 
Kathy Good and Laurenj 
Geiss. j 

Losing only Jenny UtzJ 
Coach Martin is optimistic 
about next year, saying,; 
"Everybody has improved sc 
much since the season began 
and since we only lose Jenny 
Utz, we should be very strong 
when next year rolls around." 

ABOVE: Eastern Kentucky's Paula Gaston 
strides down the home stretch in an out- 
standing performance against the Volunteers. 
Paula will be returning for the harriers hoping 
to improve on last years season. BELOW:) 
With the agony of early season pains on her 
face Peggy Painter leans heavily on the( 
steady shoulder of an EKU assistant trainer. 





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1977 SCOREBOARD 

OPPONENTS EASTERN 

Tennessee 26 25 

Kentucky 51 19 

Morehead State 53 19 

Southern Illinois Invitational 2nd 

Western Invitational 1st 

Tennessee Invitational 1st 

AIAW Region II Championships 1st 

AIAW National Championships 6th 

Won 3, Lost 



LEFT: First year harrier Sue Schaefer overtal^es Ail-American Brenda 
Webb from Tennessee. Eastern went on to upset the Volunteers 25-26 in 
a dual meet at EKU's Arlington course. BELOW: 1977 WOMEN'S 
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. Front Row: Peggy Painter, Joy Rowe, Jenny 
Utz, Jane Evans, Lauren Geiss. Second Row: Head Coach Sandra Mar- 
tin, manager Betty Mills, Kathy Good, Vickie Renner, Paula Gaston, Sue 
Schaefer, Kris Freck. 




Women's Cross Country/Sports 211 



Spikers Get Hung Up In Net 



For the first time in history, 
the Women's Volleyball team 
did not participate in the AIAW 
Regional Tournament as they 
finished third behind Northern 
Kentucky and Morehead in 
the State Tournament; 
therefore, not eligible to play. 

The spikers put together an 
overall record of 16-23 and 
head coach Geri Polvino was 
full of praise for her young 
squad. "We played with a 
great deal of competitiveness 
and poise in spite of our age. I 
was very pleased." 

Coach Polvino started four 
juniors and two freshmen 
throughout the year and all 
will be returning for next 
season. This added ex- 
perience should help the 
volleyballers, and they should 
be right back up there battling 
for all the marbles next year. 

Over the course of the 
season. Eastern managed vic- 
tories over Louisville, Ken- 
tucky, Morehead and over 
State Champion Northern 
Kentucky but could not put it 
all together when it counted, 
mostly due to the inex- 
perience of Poivino's young 
team. 



ABOVE: Setter Jeanne Maguson uses a 
forearm pass to her front line teammates, as 
Debbie Niles and Jane Burgess back up on 
the play. LEFT: (77-78 VOLLEYBALL TEAM) 
Front Row: Catherine Denzinger, Kathy Hall, 
Evelyn Abell, Paula Tipton. Second Row: 
Jeanne Maguson, Sheryl Robinson, Sharon 
Walker, Mary Stander, Nancy Wingate, Mary 
Proctor, Dr. Geri Polvino. Third Row: Sharon 
Renners, Debbie Niles, Katherine Fries, Kim 
Shibinski, Lib Wilson. Back Row: Brenda 
Magee, Jane Burgess, Linda Buchanon, 
Shelly Stambaugh. 



212 Sports/Volleyball 








ABOVE: Eastern scores set point, and spikers Jeanne Maguson, Paula 
Tipton, and Debbie Nlles celebrate the early season victory over Murray. 
BELOW: Freshman Jane Burgess spikes the ball with Nancy Wingate 
and Jeanne Maguson covering. 




1977-78 VOLLEYBALL 



OPPONENTS 




EASTERN 


Murray State 


2 


3 


Northern Kentucky 


3 


1 


Indiana State 


2 


1 


Carthage 


2 


1 


Illinois State 


2 





Western Michingan 


2 


1 


East Illinois 


2 





Georgetown 





2 


Transylvania 





2 


Kentucky 





2 


Tennessee 


2 





Duke 


2 





Covannant 





2 


Tennessee 


2 





Duke 


2 


1 


Covannant 





2 


Tennessee 


1 


2 


Morehead 


1 


2 


Bellarnnine College 





2 


Miami 


2 


3 


Cincinnati 


2 





Indiana State 


2 





Tennessee Tech 


2 


3 


Indiana 


2 





Tennessee 


1 


1 


Southern Illinois 


1 


1 


East Michingan 


1 


2 


Calvin 


2 


1 


Kellogg College 


2 


1 


Morehead 


3 


2 


Dayton 


3 


1 


Northern Kentucky 


3 





Louisville 





2 


Bellamine College 


1 


2 


Mt. St. Joseph 


3 





KWIC Championships 


3rd 



W0N14, L0ST19, TIED2 



Sports/Volleyball 213 



GAME, 




AND 
MATCH 



Relying mostly on underclassmen, the 
Women's Tennis Team under Head Coach 
Martha Mullins, fielded a strong squad which 
finished its 1977 season with a second place 
finish in the OVC Tournament. 

The Women also placed third in the KWIC 
Large College Tennis Championship, and had a 
regular season record of 8-5, which at one point 
included seven wins in a row. 

Returning for the netters next year are No. 1 
seed Mary Hockwalt; No. 2 Mendy Jackson; No. 
6 Nancy Elder and reserves Kim Powell and 
Lynn Sabin, all of whom are freshmen, along 




ABOVE: 1977 WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM. Lett to Right: Kim Poweii, Mary 
Hockwalt, Lynn Sabin, Nancy Coppola, Carole Hagans, Nancy Elder, 
Kathy Liseh, Mendy Jackson. 



with junior Kathy Lisch. 

Senior Nancy Coppola was the most consis- 
tant player on this year's team, compiling a 15-1 
record and winning her No. 3 seed in the KWIC 
Tournament. 

Mullins is looking forward to the spring 
schedule and the summer tournaments so the 
girls will get that added experience that they will i 
need when they return in the fall. 



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LEFT: Netter Nancy Elder guides a backhand shot over the net against 
her Southern Illinois opponent. Nancy, the No. 6 seed, finished the 
season making the semi-finals of the OVC Tournament. BELOW: Third 
seed, senior, Nancy Coppola sets to receive her opponents' serve. 
Nancy compiled a 15-1 record, winning the KWIC Tournament. ABOVE: 
Concentrating on the ball, freshman fvlary Hockwalt draws back for a 
forehand return during OVC Tournament action. 



1977 SCOREBOARD 

OPPONENTS EASTERN 

Southern Illinois 3 3 

Marshall 9 

Miami 3 6 

Ball State 9 

Notre Dame 9 

Tennessee Tech 9 

Radford 9 

Murray 3 6 

Western Kentucky 8 1 

Tennessee 7 2 

Morehead State 1 8 

Kentucky 9 

Ohio State 8 1 

KWIC Championships 3rd 

OVC 2nd 

Won 8, Lost 4, Tied 1 



Women's Tennis Team/Sports 215 



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1977 FIELD HOCKEY 



OPPONENTS 




EASTERN 


Kentucky 


1 





Dayton 


8 





Hanover College 





4 


Louisville 


1 





Roanoke College 


3 


1 


VPI 


4 





Miami 


2 


1 


Eastern Illinois 


4 





Western Michigan 


2 





Illinois State 





2 


Centre College 


1 


2 


Berea College 








KWIC Tournament 


3rd 



WON 3, LOST 8, TIED 1 



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ABOVE: Push passing by a defender in the Roanoke game, Debbie 
Campbell drives in for an Eastern score. BELOW: 1977 FIELD HOCKEY 
TEAM. Front Row: Cathie Hirsch, Linda Marchese, Kathy Wilson, Deb- 
bie Condreva. Assistant Coach, Chris Archer, Head Coach Dr. Peggy 
Stanaland. Second Row: Lisa Norton, Carmen Shannon, Donna 
Mueller, IVIonica Keifer, Fran Burt, Manager IVIary Ann Wolfe. Third Row: 
Kathy Johnston, Connie Giles, Connie Williams, Jane Sorrels, Marie 
Geisler. Back Row: Deborah Marchese, Debbie Campbell, Dawn 
Aldridge, Valery Bownen, Manager Myra Huelett. 



216 Sports/Field Hockey 








The Women's Field Hockey Team, state 
champions in 1976, suffered through a very up- 
setting 1977 season as they compiled only a 3-8 
record and lost the opening round of the '77 
State Tournament to eventual champion, the 
University of Louisville. 

Head Coach Peggy Stanaland and Graduate 
Assistant Chris Archer are both looking forward 
to next year's season, along with the many un- 
derclassmen that comprised the squad, claim- 
ing this past season was "building for the 
future." 

Season highs for the women included a vic- 
tory over powerful state rival Centre College, on 
the heels of a loss at the hands of Kentucky. "It 
proved that our girls could come back," said 
Archer, "and it showed what our athletes are 
made of." 

Seniors Debbie Condreva and Kathy Wilson 
were named to the All-Tournament team for 
their outstanding play in the KWIC State Tour- 
nament held at Berea College. 



BELOW: EKU's Linda Marchese uses some fancy stick work to slip by a 
Roanoke defender, while Donna Mueller follows up on ttie action. LEFT: 
With play stopped, Fran Burt prepares to take a penalty hit. 



Girls Suffer the Rebuilding Blues 




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PAGE 218; RIGHT: All eyes are riveted to the basket 
as this member of the Wompus Cats puts in an easy 
layup, BELOW: The competitive spirit of Greek 
rivalry extends easily into intramural flag football. 
PAGE 219; ABOVE: The new women's league of flag 
football shows all the determination and spirited 
play of its male counterpart. BELOW: A TKE runner 
barely edges on this Theta Chi opponent at the end 
of the 110 meter high hurdles course. 




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Sports/lntramurals 219 



The Extra Effort 

Housing . . . Fraternity . . . Independent . . . 
Super . . . These were just some of the leagues 
in the many sports that were offered as part of 
Eastern's intramural program. 

The overall schedule of events and different 
sports were designed to suit everyone's taste, 
and the traditional sports, such as basketball, 
flag football, and softball were, as usual, the 
most supported, with many teams playing for 
the University championship. 

Athletic fields all over the campus were crowd- 
ed with sports events, as many students who 
could not become involved in varsity athletics 
used intramurals to stay active and have fun. 



RIGHT: One of the most popular sports on campus is flag football, and a 
new women's league allows the girls to get out and be just as physical as 
their male counterparts. BELOW: Spring fever brings out softball, which 
is another sport that is highly competitive on campus. 





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LEFT: Courts are continually packed at 
Alumni Coliseum as intramural basketball is 
always an exciting game to watch. BELOW: 
Soccer is a rising sport and the intensity of 
play IS characterized by these two members 
of the Soccer Club. BOTTOM: The agony of 
defeat is common throughout all intramural 
events. Here a runner sits dejectedly on the 
grass after losing a close finish in the mile 
relay. 




Sports/lntramurals 221 








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Steve Frommeyer Named To Hall of Fame 



Steven J. Frommeyer is the 17th recipient of 
EKU's top academic honor, the Hall of Fame. 
After receiving nominees from each college, a 
secret committee of faculty and administration 
made the final choice. The final selection was 
based on high academic achievement, social 
standards and service to the University. 

Majoring in Sociology and minoring in 
English, Steve maintained a 3.958 academic 
average. Based on his high academic achieve- 
ment he was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa 
lota Epsilon and Collegiate Pentacle. Steve was 
also a member of the "E" Club, President of the 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes and President 
of the Newman Center. 

Steve received high recognition in other 
areas also. Attending Eastern on a four year 
athletic football scholarship, enabled Steve to 
participate on two OVC Championship football 
teams. 

Wide interest in the University prompted 
Steve to serve on several committees. He 
served on the Equal Athletic Opportunity Com- 
mittee, the Academic Grievance Committee in 
Education and was nominated for the Teacher's 
Education Committee. 

In February Steve was the recipient of still 
another award. He was selected to the 1977 
Football Academic Ail-American team as voted 
on by the College Sports Information Directors 
of America. 




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Honors/Hall of Fame 225 




Colleges Name Outstanding Scholars 



The College of Law Enforce- 
ment selected Nicolette 
Marasa for the Honor Roll. 
Nikki has a major in Police 
Administration and a minor in 
Corrections. While at Eastern 
she was active in Alpha Psi 
Sigma, Collegiate Pentacle, 



Kappa Delta Sorority and 
Panhellenic. She received the 
Outstanding Junior in Police 
Administration Award, Who's 
Who and a Senior Citation in 
Law Enforcement as well as 
being chosen Outstanding 
Greek Woman. 



226 Academics/Honor Roll 





Patrick W. Skees received 
Honor Roll recognition from 
the College of Business. Pat 
maintained a 4.0 while major- 
ing in accounting. He was a 
member of Sigma Tau Pi, Phi 
Kappa Phi and Phi Beta 
Lambda. He also served as 
treasurer of the Accounting 
Club. Pat received a 
Freshman English Award 
while attending Elizabethtown 
Community College and the 
Wall Street Journal Award. 

Nom inated from the 
College of Applied Health and 
Nursing was nursing student 
Kathleen Flesch. She was ac- 
tive in the Student Nurses 
Association and served on the 
Evaluation of the Dean's Office 
Committee and the BSN Ad- 
missions Committee. 
Kathleen also participated in 
the Young Democrats and 
People Who Care. 



Academics/Honor Roll 227 




Honor Roll Recognizes Achievement 



Charlene Watts was nominated by the 
College of Applied Arts and Technology as its 
outstanding senior for the 1978 Milestone 
Honor Roll. Charlene, a Home Economics ma- 
jor, graduated with a 3.804 grade point average. 
During her senior year, she served as President 
of the Student Section of American Home 
Economics Association and the Student Chap- 
ter of the National Education Association. 



Charlene took an active role in several 
organizations including Phi Upsilon Omicron, 
Collegiate Pentacle, and Kappa Delta Pi. She 
was the recipient of the Robert B. Bell 
Scholarship, a Presidential Scholarship and the 
Kentucky Future Homemakers of America 
Scholarship. Upon, graduation Charlene hoped 
to pursue a career in teaching. 



228 Honors/Honor Roll 




The College of Education 
nominated Physical Education 
major Gayle Freshwater for 
the Honor Roll. During her 
three year stay at Eastern, 
Gayle maintained a GPA of 
3.65. She was active in Kappa 
Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle 
and served on the Equal 
Athletic Opportunity Commit- 
tee. A member of the 
Women's Basketball Team, 
Gayle also held membership 
in several physical education 
organizations. She was a 
member of Delta Psi Kappa, 
the Physical Education Majors 
Club, HPER Council, the 
Women's Officiating Service 
as well as being the recipient 
of the Hood, Hughes, Presnell 
Scholarship. 



Honors/Honor Roll 229 



Graduating with a 3.86 GPA 
in Political Science, Mark 
Samples planned on even- 
tually teaching at the univer- 
sity level. While at EKU he was 
President of Delta Sigma Rho 
and a member of the Debate 
Team. He also received the 
Weaver Oratory Award. 

An avid interest in history 
and politics led Mark Girard 
into working toward a B.A. in 
History. While at Eastern Mark 
was very active in the Student 



Senate. He also served as Stu- 
dent Regent and Chief Justice 
of the Student Court. Mark 
was a member of Collegiate 
Pentacle and was awarded a 
Senior Citation for Student 
Government. Upon gradua- 
tion, Mark planned on enter- 
ing law school. 

Michael W. Duggins 
maintained a 3.6 GPA while 
earning his B.A. in Political 
Science. Upon graduation he 
wanted to uphold his 



philosphy of life to strive on 
improving the world by getting 
involved and learning from his 
mistakes. Mike served as 
president of the Student 
Association and as Student 
Regent as well as being in- 
volved with Collegiate Civitan, 
the French Club, the Young 
Democrats and the Barrister's 
Club. 



BELOW: John Samples, Mark Girard, Mike 
Duggins. 




230 Honors/Who's Who 




Hard Work Brings Recognition 



An interest in ali forms of 
communication led Tina 
Schoewe into Speech Com- 
munications and Human Rela- 
tions. Graduating with a 3.83 
academic average, Tina was 
active in several organiza- 
tions. They included Delta 
Sigma Rho, Delta Omicron, 
Phi Kappa Phi and Collegiate 
Pentacle. She was on the stu- 
dent staff of WEKU-FM and 
acted as Arts Editor of the 
Progress. Tina also recipient 
of the Keene Oratory Award. 

Being conscious of people 
and their opinions, Deborah 
Eskridge chose to major in 
Drama and Speech and Jour- 
nalism in order to better com- 
municate with others. She 



received the Gifford 
Scholarship for drama and 
was awarded a Senior Citation 
for Student Publications. Deb- 
bie was a member of Alpha 
Psi Omega and the University 
Players. She also acted as 
Managing, Academics and 
Student Life Editor of the 
Milestone 

Laura Hayden graduated 
with a B.A. in Speech Com- 
munications and Human Rela- 
tions. While maintaining a 3.9 
academic average, she was 
active in Colliegate Pentacle 
and Phi Kappa Phi. This year 
she acted as President of 
Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority 
as well as Sigma Nu Little 
Sisters. She was selected 



Sigma Nu Sweetheart and was 
the recipient of a Panhellenic 
scholarship. 



ABOVE: Tina Schoewe, Deborah Eskridge, 
Laura Hayden. 



Honors/Who's Who 231 



Students Make Plans For Future 



Graduating with a GPA of 
3.368 and a B.S. in Therapeu- 
tic Dietetics, Martha Lynn 
Miller hoped to become a 
registered dietitian. She felt 
this field related to her philos- 
ophy of life which dealt with 
helping people by understand- 
ing their feelings and life 
styles. Martha received nu- 
merous awards and honors in- 
cluding the Kentucky Home 
Economics Club Student 
Member Award, the Kentucky 
Home Economics Scholarship 
in 1977-78, and the Food 
and Nutrition Club Scholar- 
ship in 1976-77. She was also 
involved in Phi Upsilon Omi- 
cron, CWENS, the Food and 
Nutrition Club, Explorer Post 
634, and the Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

Wanting to help people live 
better lives because of in- 
creased knowledge in home 
economics was a goal of Ethel 
Chariene Watts while she at- 
tended Eastern. Majoring in 
Home Economics Education, 
she graduated with a 3.8 
grade point average. She ad- 



vised others to "live up to their 
expectations — not everyone 
else's." 

Ready to meet new ex- 
periences in her life ahead. 
Home Economics major Mary 
Jo Baumann planned to "live 
life to its fullest." While achiev- 
ing a 3.7 GPA, Mary Jo also 
found time to take advantage 
of Eastern's various activities. 
During her four years at EKU 
she was actively involved with 
Collegiate Pentacle, Steering 



Committee on Student Reten- 
tion, CWENS (presently the 
Lambda Sigma Society), Phi 
Upsilon Omicron, Newman 
Club, Kappa Delta Pi, 
American Home Economics 
Association, the Student 
National Education Associa- 
tion, and the Human Develop- 
ment and Family Relations 
Club. 



BELOW: Martha Lynn Miller, Ethel Chariene 
Watts, Mary Jo Baumann. 




232 Honors/Who's Who 



Richard C. Robertson 

graduated with a B.S. in 
physics and a GPA of 3.65. 
While at Eastern, he was 
President of KIE and a 
national member of KME. Rick 
played soccer all four years at 
Eastern and received an All- 



League award twice. He 
began his graduate work at 
Eastern and planned to 
transfer to Georgia Tech, 
where he had a research 
assistantship. Rick was in- 
terested in understanding the 
physical world and hoped to 




do energy systems research. 
With the hope of entering 
law school in the fall, Allen D. 
Engle achieved his B.B.A. in 
General Business. Allen main- 
tained a 3.63 GPA while being 
very involved in extra-curric- 
ular activities. He received the 
Senior Citation for Student 
Publications which reflects his 
work on the Milestone. Allen 
served as Editor and Honors 
Editor of the Milestone, and 
was a member of the Board of 
Student Publications. Allen's 
idea to always make the maxi- 
mum effort whatever is done 
and to become involved is fur- 
ther represented by his mem- 
bership in Sigma Tau Pi, 
Kappa lota Epsilon, College 
Republicans Club, and the 
EKU subcommittee on 
Recruitment and Admissions. 



LEFT: Allen D. 
Robertson. 



Engle. BELOW: Richard 




Honors/Whos Who 233 




Education Brings Fortii Self-Confidence 



Originally drawn to Eastern 
by its Music Department, 
Jenny Henson graduated with 
a B.A. in English. She was a 
member of Kappa Delta Tau, 
Sigma Tau Delta, the Wesley 
Foundation and was a ma- 
jorette in EKU's band for four 
years. She was selected as the 
1978 Homecoming Queen and 
the Ail-American Homecom- 
ing Queen of Kentucky. Jenny 
hopes to eventually teach 
English on the college level. 

With a double major of 
English and French, Steve 
Cambron maintained a GPA 
of 3.6. In addition to his 



academic studies, Steve also 
found time to participate in the 
French Club, Sigma Tau 
Delta, the Aurora Staff and the 
Student Publications Board. 

A love of literature and learn- 
ing led Nancy Hungarland 
into the field of English. She 
was active in Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, the German Club, 
CWENS, and served as Editor 
of the Progress her senior 
year. She received a Senior 
Citation in Publications and 
was invited into Phi Kappa 
Phi. 

During her three years at 
EKU Natalie Edinger 



maintained a 3.6 GPA while 
earning her B.A. in Spanish. 
She hoped to some day live in 
a Spanish-speaking country 
and become fluent in the 
language. Honors received by 
Natalie were the Modern 
Language Scholarship Award 
and the Spanish Award. She 
was also involved with 
Spanish Club, Sigma Delta Pi, 
Inter-varsity Christian 
Fellowship and Collegiate 
Pentacle. 



ABOVE: Jenny Henson, Steve Cambron, 
Nancy Hungerland, Natalie Edinger. 



234 Honors/Who's Who 



Graduating with a 3.7 GPA 
and a Baclnelor of IVlusic 
Education, Cheryl Austin 
planned to teacin music in a 
public school. She served as 
President of Delta Omicron 
and MENC (Music Educator's 
National Conference). She 
was also involved with Sigma 
Tau Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi, 



Collegiate Pentacle, EKU 
Marching, Concert, and 
Symphonic Bands, plus the 
EKU Oratorio Chorus and 
Womens' Chorale. Inspired by 
a former teacher, Cheryl's 
philosophy was "Good, Better, 
Best — Never let it rest until 
your good is better and your 
better best." 




Karen Newmann cited 
practice, concentration, and 
determination as the keys to 
success in her chosen field. 
Music Education. While 
emphasizing voice and organ, 
she earned a GPA of 3.822. 
Karen was a recipient of a 
Jane Campbell Scholarship 
and a Music Departmental 
Scholarship. She was a mem- 
ber of Kappa Delta Pi, a sec- 
tion leader in Concert Choir, 
and a Resident Assistant in a 
dormitory. Karen would like to 
continue her education in or- 
der to enable her to work with 
children having emotional or 
behavioral disorders, using 
music as a tool. 

While working toward a B of 
M degree, Tom Troth 
maintained a 3.985 academic 
average. He was active in 
Collegiate Pentacle, Phi 
Kappa Phi, KIE, Student 
Senate. He received a Jane 
Campbell Scholarship and 
was a member of Phi Mu 
Alpha music fraternity. 



LEFT: Cheryl Austin, Karen Newmann, Tom 
Troth. 



Honors/Who's Who 235 




Nikki Marasa graduated 
with a GPA of 3.68 and a B.S. 
in Police Administration and 
Corrections. Her phiilosophy 
of being aggressive and 
dynannic was reflected in her 
achievements at Eastern. 
Nikki was also involved in ac- 
tivities including the Kappa 
Delta Sorority, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, and Panhellenic. 

Finding college a 
worthwhile, self-rewarding, 
and self-fulfilling experience, 
Charles Moody graduated 
with a B.S. in Police Ad- 
ministration. Charles was in- 
volved in several organiza- 
tions and groups including the 
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, 
University Library Committee, 
and Alpha Phi Sigma. 

David Seewer graduated 



with a B.S. in Police Ad- 
ministration and an A. A. in 
Business and Industrial 
Security. A four-year letter- 
man in varsity football, David 
was the recipient of a 
Presidential Scholarship and 
the Phi Delta Theta Scholastic 
Award. Upon graduation 
David planned to attend law 

One of Patrick Shaw's 
future expectations was to 
work with the FBI. Active with 
the ROTC program at 
Eastern, he graduated with a 
B.S. in Police Administration. 
He advised students entering 
that field to be aware of con- 
stantly changing requirements 
and be prepared to change 
with them. 

Majoring in Police Ad- 
ministration and Political 



Science enabled Christopher 
Lilly to pursue his interest in 
the law and its relationship to 
society. Chris felt that his most 
valuable experiences were 
gained outside the formal 
classroom. His interest and in- 
volvement in the College 
Republicans, Alpha Phi 
Sigma, House Council and the 
Student Senate were a reflec- 
tion of this attitude. 

A Distinguished Military 
Student, Bruce Swagler, 
hoped to attain a federal law 
appointment upon completion 
of Army service. Graduating 
with a B.S. in Police Ad- 
ministration, Bruce was active 
in Scabbard and Blade. 



ABOVE: Bruce Swagler, David Seewer, 
Patrick Shaw, Nikl<i Marasa, Charles Moody, 
Christopher Lilly. 



236 Honors/Who's Who 





Students Strive 
For High Goals 

staying with something until its 
done was Jerry Snowden's 
philosophy. The Chairman of the 
Society of Manufacturing 
Engineers and a member of Phi 
Beta Lambda, Jerry graduated 
with a B.S. in Industrial 
Technology. 

Attempting to keep everything in 
prospective, striving to utilize 
strong points and accepting weak 
ones was the philosophy of In- 
dustrial Arts major Mark Yellin. 
While at Eastern, he was involved 
in Cross Country and Track and 
the Industrial Arts Club. 

Although not always easy, 
college proved to be a very 
beneficial experience to Terry 
Taylor, a Journalism major. 
Throughout her years at EKU, 
Terry participated in the Society of 
Collegiate Journalist, and was 
Managing Editor of the Eastern 
Progress. She was also named 
Outstanding Junior in Journalism 
in 1977. 

Involvement is the key to a suc- 
successful college career advises 
Broadcasting major Steve Rowe. 
While at Eastern he was a member 
of Theta Chi, the Rugby Club, and 
acted as the Track and Cross 
Country manager. A Distinguished 
Military Student and recipient of 
an Army ROTC Scholarship, Steve 
planed to enter the US Army as an 
officer upon graduation. 



ABOVE: Jerry Snowden, Mark Yellin. LEFT: Steve 
Rowe. Terry Taylor. 



Honors/Who's Who 237 



Harry A. Saurer, Jr. found 
college "the most true, 
frustrating, rewarding, en- 
joyable, and sincere years of 
his life." Majoring in Elemen- 
tary Education, Harry main- 
tained a 3.66 GPA. Organiza- 
tions he belonged to included 
Kappa Delta Pi and Sigma Pi. 
Harry advised students in 
education to concentrate 
more on putting educational 
theories into practice rather 
than in your head. 

With the goal of becoming a 
Child Psychologist, Jada 
Lothridge received her B.S. in 
Special Education. Jada was a 
member of Kappa Delta Pi, 
Student Council for Excep- 
tional Children, Association of 
Childhood Education, and the 
Student National Education 
Association. 

Making people happy and 
working in a relaxed setting 
were two of the reasons 
Ernest Myers chose Recrea- 
tion and Park Administration 
as his major. Ernest's involve- 
ments included the Recrea- 
tion Club, HPER Council, the 
Military Science Co- 
Curriculum Organization, and 
being Representative to the 
Kentucky Recreation and 
Parks Society. 

Drawn to Eastern by the 
quality of the program and in- 
structors available to him, 
Robert Greenway majored in 
Recreation and Park Ad- 
ministration. Robert was a 
member of the Recreation 
Club. Graduating with a 3.83 
GPA, he hoped to eventually 
become a park or recreation 
director within the federal 
government. 



ABOVE: Jada Lockridge, Harry A. Saurer, Jr. 
RIGHT: Ernest Myers, Robert Greenway. 





238 Honors/Who's Who 



Hard Work Reaps Acknowledgement 



"You only get out of life 
what you put into it." These 
are the words of Steve From- 
meyer who graduated with a 
B.A. in Sociology. Steve 
earned a GPA of 3.958 along 
with many honors and awards. 
Among these were the 
recipient of the Hall of Fame 
Award, the President's Award 
in Football, the nomination for 
a NCAA post-graduate 



scholarship, and Phi Kappa 
Phi undergraduate recogni- 
tion. Steve was co-captain of 
the varsity football team, "E" 
Club, Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes, Collegiate Pentacle. 
Mary Ann Mulcahey was 
active in Psi Chi and Women's 
Interdorm. She received the 
EKU Women's Schoarship 
and graduated with a 3.84 in 
Psychology. Crediting Eastern 




with having a "positive and 
pleasant influence" on her, 
Mary Ann hoped to continue 
her education and become a 
psychologist. 

Valya Lee Wilson earned 
her B.A. in Social Work and 
Psychology. She participated 
in various organizations in- 
cluding CWENS, Psi Chi, Stu- 
dent Social Work Association, 
and People Who Care. Valya 
made the Dean's List all four 
years and participated in a 
Marine Biology project at 
Cape Cod. Her advice to 
others was to know them- 
selves—this is the prere- 
quisite to helping others. 

Graduating with a GPA of 
3.73, a B.S. in Psychology and 
a B.A. in Sociology, Rita 
IVIasden hoped to enter 
graduate school and even- 
tually teach. Honors and 
awards received by Rita in- 
clude a Presidential 
Scholarship and the William 
H. Knapp Scholarship. During 
her three years at Eastern Rita 
was a member of the Catholic 
Newman Center Council, Stu- 
dent Association, Student 
Senator, Psi Chi and Lambda 
Sigma Society. 



LEFT: Steve Frommeyer. Mary Ann Mul- 
cahey, Valya Lee Wilson, Rita Masden. 



Honors/Who's Who 239 



Students Strive For Academic Excellence 



Always happy and eager to 
work, Ambie Browning felt 
that putting 110% of herself 
into her activities would even- 
tually contribute to success. A 
Physical Education major, 
Ambie participated in the 
Women's Officiating Services, 
Delta Psi Kappa, Kappa Delta 
Pi and the PEMM Club. 

Gayle Anne Freshwater 
received a B.S. in Physical 
Education. While at EKU, she 
participated in many activities, 
organizations and groups 
which included Delta Psi 
Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, 



Collegiate Pentacle, women's 
basketball team and the 
Women's Officiating Service. 
"Be ready to work hard and 
put in long hours" advised 
Kathy Wilson to all entering 
the field of Physical Educa- 
tion. Kathy was involved in 
several organizations in- 
cluding Delta Psi Kappa, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate 
Pentacle, Women's Officiating 
Service, women's Basketball 
Team and the Concert Band. 
Taryn Wells found college 
to be a good experience and 
advised people to utilize all 



the information they compile 
during their stay at college. 
Among her involvements were 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Gym- 
nastics Team, Cheerleading, 
and Eta Sigma Gamma. 

Her enjoyment in working 
with children and her personal 
beliefs concerning good 
health and fitness led 
Catherine Hirsch into Physical 
Education. She participated in 
the Women's Officiating Ser- 
vice, Delta Psi Kappa, Kappa 
Delta Pi and the PEMM Club. 

BELOW: Ambie Browning, Gayle Freshwater, 
Kathy Wilson, Taryn Wells, Catherine Hirsch. 




240 Honors/Who's Who 




Amy Berryman's philosophy was that per- 
sonal fulfillment is a by-product of sharing 
God's love. An Art major, Amy was active in 
Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship, the German 
Club and Phi Kappa Phi. 

Interior Design major Valerie Holt 
participated in Kappa Delta Tau, Lambda Chi 
Alpha and Collegiate Pentacle. Hoping to some- 
day be a designer in a large firm, Valerie ad- 
vices students in her field to expect long hours 
and hard work. 

A lifelong interest in and appreciation of 
animals led Linda Diane Dapkus into a Pre- 
Veterinary program. Linda was involved in 
Scabbard and Blade, Phi Sigma and the Ag 
Club. She summed up her total experience at 
EKU as "Educational in all 360 degrees of life." 

Janet Fitzgerald graduated with a B.S. in En- 
vironmental Resources because she felt "com- 
pelled" to enter an area which deals with the en- 
vironment, its preservation and conservation. 
Janet was active in House Council and Inter- 
dorm as well as the Wildlife Society. 



LEFT: Valerie Holt, Amy Berryman. BELOW: Linda Dapkus, Janet 
Fitzgerald. 




Milestone Recognizes 
Leadership And Service 

Nominated in the field of student government 
for Senior Citations were Michael Duggins and 
Mark Girard. l\/lil<e served in the Student Senate 
for four years and acted as President his senior 
year. He held office in the National Student 
Association and the Student Government 
Association of Kentucky. Mark also was active 
in the Student Senate, being elected as Student 
Regent and serving as Chief Justice of the Stu- 
dent Court. 

Chosen as outstanding Greek Woman was 
Nikki Marasa. A member of the Kappa Delta 
Sorority, Nikki served as KD Social Chairman. 
While serving on Panhellenic, she was Second 
Vice-president and President. William Harvey 
Dunbar was chosen outstanding Greek Man. He 
was a member of Beta Theta Pi. While acting as 
Beta delegate to the Interfraternity Council, Har- 
vey served as Vice-president and Treasurer. He 
was also editor of the Greek Independent. 



RIGHT: GREEK MAN AND WOMAN. Nikki Marasa, William Harvey 
Dunbar. BELOW: STUDENT GOVERNMENT. Mark Girard, Michael 
Duggins. 






Publications 



Senior Citations for out- 
standing service in Student 
Publications were awarded to 
six seniors. Shelby White 
worked on the Aurora staff for 
two years. He was also a 
member of Sigma Tau Delta 
English honorary. A French 
and English major, Steve 
Cambron was also a member 
of Sigma Tau Delta. He was 
recognized for his work on the 



Aurora. English major, Nancy 
Hunglarland, cited for her 
work on the Progress, served 
as Editor and Managing 
Editor. Terry Taylor worked 
on the Milestone staff and ser- 
ved as Managing Editor, 
Features Editor and Organiza- 
tions Editor of the Progress. 
Allen Engle was recognized 
for his work on the Milestone. 
He served as Honors Editor 



and Student Life Editor as well 
as Editor in Chief. Deborah 
Eskridge served as Managing 
Editor, Academics Editor and 
Student Life Editor. She also 
received outstanding staffer 
and editor awards from the 
Milestone. 



ABOVE: STUDENT PUBLICATIONS. Steve 
Cambron, Shelby White, Terry Taylor, Nancy 
Hungarland, Allen Engle, Deborah Eskridge. 



Honors/Senior Citations 243 




Four Seniors were awarded 
Senior Citations in Music. 
Karen Newmann majored in 
voice and organ. She was the 
recipient of a Music Depart- 
ment Scholarship and a Jane 
Campbell Scholarship. Tom 
Troth served as Vice Presi- 
dent of Phi Mu Alpha, a music 
honorary. He was also active 
in several choirs and choir 
competition. Jane Terry 
served as treasurer of Delta 
Omicron, a music honorary. 
She was also a member of 
MENC and several ensem- 
bles. Paul Seevers was also a 
member of Phi Mu Alpha. He 
was a member of the band 
and orchestra as well as play- 
ing with the Lexington 
Philharmonic Orchestra. 



ABOVE: MUSIC. Karen Newmann, Tom 
Troth, Jane Terry, Paul Seevers. RIGHT: 
MILITARY SCIENCE. William D. Pratt II, 
Brian J. Scanlon, Gerald A. Carroll, Steve A. 
Rowe. 



244 Honors/Senior Citations 




The Milestone Senior Cita- 
tion presented by the Military 
Science Department were 
awarded to outstanding 
seniors for their leadership 
and high scholastic achieve- 
ment. Gerald A. Carroll 
served as commandering of- 
ficer of the ROTC Ranger 
Company. He was also a 
member of the Military Police 



and Scabbard and Blade. 
Brian J. Scanlon held mem- 
bership in the Ranger Com- 
pany, MP's, and Scabbard 
and Blade. Steve A. Rowe and 
William D. Pratt II were both 
members of Scabbard and 
Blade. Upon graduation, 
these Distinguished Military 
Students received Regular 
Army commissions. 



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Outstanding Work 
Brings Citations 

Recognized for outstanding achievement 
in Dramatics were Chrissy Denzinger and 
Dan Haughey. Both were members of the 
national drama honorary, Alpha Psi 
Omega, and the University Players. This 
spring, they combined their talents in a 
studio production of "Dear Liar". 

Seven individuals received citations for 
their athletic excellence. Kenny Lockett 
was an All-OVC third baseman. Gayle 
Freshwater was the second leading scorer 
for the 77-78 basketball team. Gary 
Tamerrs was the record-holding captain of 
the swim team. Jenny Utz was a national 
qualifier in the 5000-meter run. Beth Miles 
finished in the top 6 in all-round competi- 
tion in this year's gymnastics regionals. 
Football player Ernie House was selected 
OVC Player of the Year, first team All-OVC 
and broke several school records during 
his career. Jim Nelson was an All-OVC 
flanker who finished 1262 yards in recep- 
tions in his career. 




ABOVE: DRAMATICS. Dan Haughey, Chrissy 
Denzinger LEFT: OUTSTANDING 
ATHLETES. First Row: Beth Miles, Ernie 
House, Jim Nelson. Second Row: Kenny 
Lockett, Gayle Freshwater. Gary Tamerrs, 
Jenny Utz. 



Honors/Senior Citations 245 



Honorary Publishes Cookbook 




ABOVE: PHI UPSILON OMICRON. First Row: Kim Back, Recording 
Secretary, Molly Maginnis, Jonell Tackett, Marsha Otten, Kerri Jolly. 
Second Row: Pamela Brown, Debra Simpson, Valeria Holt, Chaplain; 
Diana Westerman, Tana Newsome, Joanna Tuggle, Karen Gilliam. Third 



Row: Laurie Lee Anderson, Librarian and Candle Reporter; Charlene 
Watts, Parliamentarian, Kathey Wilson, Laura Lindeman, Treasurer; 
Debbie Moss, Deborati Daniel, Nellie Buchanan, Mary Jo Baumann, 
Vice-president; Teresa J. Arnots, Sherrye Tuggle. Joni Short, Historian; 
Sheri Reed, Darlene Collett, Lynda Arehart, Corresponding Secretary; 
Nancy West, Martha Miller. 



The National Home 
Economics Honorary Frater- 
nity of Phi Upsiion Omicron 

helped to serve and advance 
the home economics profes- 
sion. It sponsored a career 
day in November for high 
school students and 
published a third edition 
organization cookbook. The 
honorary also provided 
speakers affiliated with the 
home economics field. 



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ABOVE: LAMBDA SIGMA SOCIETY. First Row: Linda Bradshaw, Paul 
Newton, Vice-president; Andrea Innis, Ritual Chairman; David Storey, 
President; Jennifer Treadway, Secrefary.Dan Sacca, Treasurer; Becky 
McGuffey. Second Row: Mrs. Martha Grise, Faculty Advisor; Maria Law- 
son, Wendy Ezell, Karen Hart, Joyce Hannon, Barbara Watl<in, Monna 
Tucker, Donna Lantz, Tim C. Butler, Gienda Lovell, Alison Fryman, 
Janet Yount, Lynn Doutaz, Janie Richmond, Kay Huelskamp, Lisa 



English, Darlene Collins, Lee Ann Gay, Janet Peterson, Claudia Den- 
zinger. Junior Advisor; Debra Reynolds, Dona Neville, Junior Advisor; 
Dale Hashagen, Junior Advisor; Mrs. Tolar, Faculty Advisor. Third Row: 
Joan Zetzer, Becky Allison, Jenny Aber, Hal McCoig, Tim R. Butler, 
Chris Kremer, Alex Dalzell, Doug Reynolds, Mike Rowlings, Shawn 
Caudill, Paula Berki, Cindy Tupman, Senior Advisor; Leslie Stevens. 



Service Projects Keep Honorary Busy 




Fostering leadership, 
scholarship, fellowship, and 
service among college stu- 
dents was the purpose of 
Lambda Sigma Society. This 
honorary kept itself busy 
throughout the year helping 
with various campus activities. 
Special Olympics, canned- 
good drives, receptions at 
nursing homes, Kentucky 
Regional Day, decorating 
Keen Johnson Ballroom for 
Homecoming, working at 
Homecoming and student 
elections were among the 
various activities performed 
throughout the year. Their 
help did not stop there. At 
registration the youthful faces 
ready and willing to assist 
belonged to the members of 
Lambda Sigma Society. The 
Society encouraged 

friendship and scholarship 
among its members as well as 
a desire to serve the Univer- 
sity and community. 

Honors/Honoraries 247 



The honorary Psi Chi worked 
to advance the science of psy- 
chology and encourage, 
stimulate, and maintain 
scholarship. It took field trips to 
mental hospitals and listened to 
speakers from various mental 
health agencies. The honorary 
gave the annual research award 
to an undergraduate and served 
at the Kentucky Psychological 
Association as guides and 
registration workers. 

The music honorary Delta 
Omicron received, for the 3rd 
consecutive year, the Chapter of 
the Year Award. The fraternity 
created fellowship, and aroused 
and encouraged music ap- 
preciation. It presented two 
musicals during the year and 
gave $100.00 towards a 
scholarship for music majors. 




ABOVE: PSI CHI. First Row: Rita Masden, Vice-president: Mary Ann Mul- 
cahey, President. Second Row: Joyce Hannan, Cathy Brooks, Debbie Sut- 
fin, Amy Odum. BELOW: DELTA OMICRON. First Row: Leslie Bursliire, 
Tami Miles. First Vice-president: Pam Haag, Treasurer: Billie Parsons. 
Historian: Debbie Kearns, Warden: Sallie Rawlings, Elizabeth Carruba, 
President: Carol Ann Cole, Rush Chairman: Mary Wieliczko. Second Row: 
Karen Moser, Kathi Davis, Stephanie Berkey. Third Row: Susie Hollenbeck, 
Wanda Barnett. Melanie Curry, Roma Warferd, Publicity Chairman: Tina 
Schoewe, JoAnn Utter, Charisse Adams, Jane Terry, Eugenia Ezell, Bridget 
Bishop, Rebecca Smith, Sue Craig. 



Chapter of the Year for Third Time 




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248 Honors/Honoraries 



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Service Sorority Completes First Year 




ABOVE: GAMMA THETA UPSILON. First Row: Lyin Peay. Second Row: Sam 

Hall, Jamie Jett, President: Pat McHaffie, Historian. Third Row: Christopher M. 
Maddocks, Secretary/Treasurer: Patrict< Fronza Weaver. Fritz Parker, Pete Moss, 
Ron Spurrier. BELOW: SIGMA TAU ALPHA: First Row: Debbie Palmer, Julia 
Wigginton, Tau: Becky McGuffey, Regina Kaufman, Vice-president: Caroline 
Stewart, President: Joy Greene, Secretary: Jan Burdine, Chapiain: Lorraine Foley, 
Sponsor. Second Row: Elissa Perry, Alpha: Kim Scott, Kathy Henderson, Lisa 
Triplett, Lisa Ann Thompson, CharisseAdams,Theresa Coulter, Patti Beed. Pledge 
Chairman: Third Row: Susan D. Roberts, Lisa Egelston. Christine Ernst, Debi Hen- 
sley, Carol Fitzgerald, Historian: Terry Roberts, Sigma: Sandy Suerdick. 



The International 

Geographic Honorary Society 
of Gamma Theta Upsilon 

promoted interest and dis- 
cipline of Geography. It spon- 
sored various field activities, 
special interest, lectures, and 
presentation; offered student 
loans and scholarships on a 
competitive basis; and 
provided a medium for 
recognition of academic 
research. The honorary 
provided field trips and 
special interest seminars. 

Sigma Tau Alpha was 
recognized in December of 
1976 and instituted in March 
of 1 977. In its first year the ser- 
vice honorary has promoted 
fellowship and sisterhood. A 
Dance-A-Thon for Cystic 
Fibrosis, 10,000 meter mini- 
marathon for charity, the Red 
Cross Blood-Mobile, 
Thanksgiving favors for 
Kenwood Nursing Home, and 
Halloween candy bags for the 
Telford Center were some of 
the services rendered by them 
in the course of the year. 




Honors/Honoraries 249 



Delta Sigma Rho, an 

honorary fraternity, sought to 
recognize achievements by 
students in collegiate debate 
and individual speech events. 
The honorary promoted open 
communication and dialogue 
throughout the University 
community. Yearly activities 
included participation in inter- 
collegiate debates and in- 
dividual events tournaments. 
The honorary Sigma Tau 
Delta provided the highest 
honor available at EKU within 
the English discipline. It 
recognized students who 
maintained a cumulative GPA 
of 3.0. Recognizing English 
superiority in scholarship, the 
honorary made available in- 
teraction between those peo- 
ple who enjoyed discussing 
literary subjects outside of the 
classroom. Activities for the 
year included a British dinner, 
a picnic, and an annual Ac- 
tor's Theater trip to Louisville. 




ABOVE: DETA SIGMA RHO. First Row: Tina Schoewe, Vice-president; John Sam- 
ples, President: Richard Moher, Debby Fannin, Dr. Max B. Huss, Faculty Advisor. 
Second Row: Ross Ballard, II; Lisa M. Lange, Joseph G. Stroude, Jennifer M. Staples. 
BELOW: SIGMA TAU DELTA. First Row: Shirley Aedinderfer, Brenda Jo Peace, 
Ginny Carpenter, Secretary/Treasurer; Sue Fritsch, President; Nancy Hungarland, 
Vice-president; Jenny Henson, Sandy Isaacs. Second Row: Dale Warren, Mark Suter, 
Steve Cambron, Jan Lewis, Patricia Hays, Wayne Boblitt. 



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SIGMA TAU PI: Front Row: Janice Elaine Stafford, Debra Meers, Marry 
Sell, Lauren McDonald, Joyce McKee, Becky Gardner, Vice-president: 
Florence Ann Watts, Sifura Morris, Secretary; Donna Lear, Treasurer: 
Josie Cisler, Linda Rowe, Brenda Shaffer. Second Row: Allen D. Engle, 



Jeffrey H. Satterly, ' Bob Ellington, Richard Wright, Lowry McKee, 
President: James A. Zwahlen, Direcotr of Publicity: Pat Skees, Rick 
Woeste, Steve Gleene, David M. Vaughn, Larry O. Newsome. 



Group Stresses Educational Growth 




The honorary business 
fraternity, Sigma Tau Pi, was 
open to all business majors 
and minors who had excelled 
with a 3.0 GPA. The organiza- 
tion promoted a feeling ofuni- 
ty and fellowship among its 
members and provided op- 
portunities for social and 
educational growth in the 
business society. Field trips, 
social dinners, and a fund 
raising candy sale were 
among the activities held dur- 
ing the year. 



Honors/Honoraries 251 




Honoraries Stress Scholarship 



For the first time, the senior honorary 
Collegiate Pentacle, which requires members 
to have a 3.0 GPA and to be active in at least two 
other campus organizations, senior men were 
eligible to become members. Once a senior 
women organization only, the co-ed group 
sponsored speakers such as Mr. Kurt Zimmer- 
man, Career Development and Placement Ser- 
vice; and Dr. Emogene Hogg, motivation of self 
and others; at monthly meetings. 

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi had as 
its primary goal the recognition and en- 
couragement of superior scholarship in all 
fields of study. Phi Kappa Phi was unique 
because it recognized scholastic excellence in 
all fields of academic endeavor rather than 
restricting its elections to a specific or limited 
field. 



ABOVE: COLLEGIATE PENTACLE. First Row: Cindy Hinzman, Vice- 
President; Vicl<i Bottom, Robin Young, Sharon Parris, Angie Garrett, 
Nil<ki Marasa, Treasurer; Lee Dillon, Ctieryl Austin, Bridget Bishop, 
Joseph Richardson, Valeria Holt, Donna Lear, Jill Steger, Nancy 
Hungarland. Second Row: Tina Schoeue, Mary Ann Mulcahey, Tom 
Troth, Charlene Watts, Mary Jo Baumann, President; Michael Duggins, 
Gayle Freshwater, Kathy Wilson, Natalie Edinger, King C. Lee, Mark B. 
Girard, Danny Reeves. 



BELOW: PHI KAPPA PHI. First Row: Donna Allen, Cheryl Austin, Tana 
Back, Mary Baumann, Amy Berryman, Stephanie Jones, Diane Carlton, 
Joan Cornett, Dedria Durham, Mary Eckstein, Natlaie Edinger. Second 
Row: William Prather, King Lee, Mark Henderson, Janet Fitzgerald, 
Ramona Freeman, Jeanne Griffin, Lolly Griffin, Nancy Hale, Laura 
Hayden, Cindy Hinzman, Nancy Hungarland, Eloise Igleheart, Donna 
Lear, Nicolette Marasa, Phyllis McKeehan, Melanie Mersch, Trudy 
Moore, Thomas Branch, Robert Ward, Vincent H. P. Odong-Wodolam, 
Kirk Denney. Ttiird Row: Greg Martin, Gary Hensley, Charles Ham- 
monds, Mary Ann Mulcahey, Ellen Parris, Sharon Parris, Margaret 
Pence, Beth Schmier, Tina Schoewe, Mary Sell, Sarah Staples, Jill 
Steger, Patricia Wathen, Ethel Watts, Debra Wilson, Kathey Wilson, 
Robin Young, Donna Rees, Valya Wilson, Harold Barton, Jeffery Sat- 
terly. Fourth Row: Pat Skees, David Seewer, James Bylane, Lee Dillon, 
Steven Frommeyer, James Zwahlen. 




252 Honors/Honoraries 




BOVE: ALPHA PSI OMEGA. First Row: Billye Killman. Second Row: Chrissy Den- 
iger, J. Ceil FItzpatrick, Mike Allen, Debbie Eskridge. Third Row: Suzi Maxwell. 
icretary-Treasurer: Jeff Baker, Vice-president: Dan Haughey, President: Jackie Hall. 
3b Pike. BELOW: PHI EPSILON KAPPA. First Row: Alan Crook, Diane Hawley. 
^crelary: Linda Etzel. Judy Davis. Davis. Second Row: Kevin Wfiitman. Terry Dailey, 
5b Cressman. Brewier Welch, Donnie Lester, Bob Messmer, Bill Simpkins, Charles 
itchell, Ray House, Treasurer: Mike Conn, Vice-president: Gary Wilkerson, Arthur 
;iubba, Ron Holihan. Third Row: Hal Holmes. Faculty Sponsor: Dan Lichty. Odell 
Tillips. Tony Webber. President: Gary Tameris. Mark Sullivan. Salvatore Pellegrino. 



Recognizing proficiency and 
quality performance in the University 
tineater-sponsored productions, the 
national honorary dramatic fraternity 
of Alpha Psi Omega conducted 
specific projects to publicize for the 
University Productions. This chapter 
held monthly meetings and dinners. 
They planned social and departmen- 
tal activities, read new and classical 
plays, and unified the honorary by 
sharing ideas and inspirations. 
Among its publicity activities were 
the distributions of souvenir t-shirts 
and seasonal playbills. 

The Physical Education Honorary 
Fraternity, Phi Epsilon Kappa, gave 
students and faculty members a 
chance to talk on an informal basis. 
The stated purpose of the organiza- 
tion is to encourage professionalism 
in the field of physical education. At 
monthly meetings a guest speaker 
talks about aspects of PE. 



Members Share Ideas and Inspirations 




Honors/Honoraries 253 




ABOVE: ALPHA PHI SIGMA. First Row: Tsang York Jone, Paul 
A. Lane, Secretary: Sally Moore, Nikki Marasa, President: Kim- 
berly Barker, Diana Brewer, Chuck Moody, National Vice- 
president: Elizabeth Horn, Nationai Faculty Advisor: Eddie Barker 
Jr., Local Chapter Faculty Advisor. Second Row: Stephen W. 
Wolfzorn, Susan Wahlbrink, Roxane Tomasi, Sally C. Johnson, 
Brian J. Scanlon, Georgette Padan, Diane Kowitz, Kim Kirby. 



Third Row: Greg McWherter, Treasurer: Steve Crone, Kenneth L. 
Halchak, Steven D. Elliott, Jim C. Baldwin, Greg Cook, Nancy 
Geschrei, Susan Slade, Steve Kemp. Fourth Row: Kevin Brown, 
Lawrence Smigca, Joe Perkowski, Eugene Smith, Vice-president; 
Rex Kirkpatrick, Patrick M. Shaw, Bruce M. Swagler, Keith Little, 
Derek Gordon, Kip M. Campbell. 



Group Stresses Professionalism 



The criminal justice 
honorary society of Alpha Phi 
Sigma recognizes and 
promotes high scholarship for 
professional services; it 
elevates ethical standards af 
criminal justice professions 
and establishes the necessity 
in mind education and train- 
ing. Encouraging pro- 
fessionalism and a sense 
of pride in criminal justice 
were among the benefits 
members received. The 
honorary kept busy with mem- 
bership drives, money- 
making projects, banquets, 
criminal justice programs, and 
conventions from Alpha Phi 
Sigma Chapters nationwide. 




254 Honors/Honorarles 



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ABOVE: PI OMEGA PI. First Row: Gwen Ashcraft, Myrena S. Jenn- 
ings, Co-Sponsor: Edsel R. Mountz, Co-Sponsor. Second Row: 
Cynthia Powell, Yvonne Ely, Julie Ross. Third Row: Karen Robinson, 
Lynn Jones. Fourth Row: Neva Spencer, Anita Milburn. BELOW: 
DELTA PSI KAPPA. First Row: Shelly Stambaugh, Reporter History, 
Betty Mills, Norma Maphet, Recording Secretary: Debbie Niles, 
President-Elect: Gayle Freshwater, Chaplain. Second Row: Sharon 
Yeager, Parliamentarian: Paula Tipton, Jane Long, Cathie Hirsch. 
Neena Ambrose, Treasurer: Peggy Stanaland, Faculty Advisor: 
Kathy Wilson, President; LeeAnn Martindale, Amble Browning. 



One of the oldest honor frater- 
nities Pi Omega Pi was organized 
to foster high ethical standards 
and scholarship development 
among business education and 
professional in related fields. Re- 
quirements for this organization 
are to be a second semester 
sophomore and have an over-all 
GPA of 2.3. Every two years, two 
delegates representing EKU are 
sent to a national convention. 

Recognizing worthwhile 
achievements in Physical Educa- 
tion, developing interest, and 
promoting greater fellowship in 
fields of activity, the national 
professional fraternity of Delta Psi 
Kappa served those involved with 
Physical Education. It gives mem- 
bers settings to develop organiz- 
ing, practical, and leadership skills 
while serving the Department of 
Physical Education. The honorary 
benefited its department members 
by providing speakers for 
graduate programs, picnics. 
Parents' Day and information 
booths at girls' high school basket- 
ball and volleyball tournaments. 



Honorary Promotes Greater Activity 




Service And Scholarship Stressed 



Phi Alpha Theta is an inter- 
national honor society in 
History. Its membership is 
composed of students and 
professors elected to mem- 
bership upon the basis of ex- 
cellence in the study of the 
writing of history. The objec- 
tive of the society is the 
promotion of the study of 
history by the encouragement 
of research, good teaching, 
publication, and the exchange 
of learning and thought 
among historians. It seeks to 
bring teachers and writers of 
history together both intellec- 
tually and socially. 

With the help of student 
members, local businesses, 
and real estate practioners, 
Rho Epsilon, a fraternity for 
students and professionals in 
real estate, painted an elderly 
woman's home free of charge. 
The encouragement of frater- 
nal fellowship; high standards 
of service, knowledge, and in- 
tegrity; professional exchange 
of ideas between members 
and professionals in the field 
of real estate and honoring in- 
dividuals who have dis- 
tinguished themselves in real 
estate, are among the pur- 
poses of the fraternity. Mem- 
bers were benefited with 
speakers, a placement service 
which makes job contacts with 
businesses all over the coun- 
try, and due to generous 
donations of a local realtor, it 
awarded two $250 
scholarships to Rho Epsilon 
members. 




ABOVE: RHO EPSILON. First Row: Willard Mcintosh, Vice-president; Tom Ediin, President: 
William J. Meade, Treasurer: James M. Robinson. Second Row: Donald E. Bodley, Faculty 
Advisor: Lee Buckner, Steve Moore, Robert J. Miller, Harold E. Elliot, Jr. BELOW: PHI ALPHA 
THETA. First Row: Lynn Jackson, Secretary-Treasurer: Gayle Skidmore, Debbie Sutfin. Second 
Row: Cindy Etkin, President: Martin East, Alicia Cooke, Jane Munson, Faculty Sponsor: Susan 
Godlewski, Larry Holtzapple. 




256 Honors/Honoraries 




ABOVE: KAPPA DELTA PI. Front Row: Angle Garrett, Geraldine Alsip, 
Cheryl Austin, Debbie Sutfin, Cathie HIrsch, Ambie Browning, Mary 
Kelly, Lolly Griffin, Linda Cook. Second Row: Dedria Durham, Charlene 
Buntain, Christ! Smith, Lynn Jackson, Jeanne Griffin, Lee Dillon, Susie 
Hamilton, Kathy Eckstein, Vice-president: Sheri Dalton, Margaret 
Pence, Donna L. Carroll, Choon Dho Burns. Third Row: Sharon Parris, 



Kim Back, VIckl Bottom, Historian: Mary Jo Baumann, Secretary. Fourth 
Row: Clifford Taylor, Arthur Sclubba, Gayle Freshwater, Sara Quares, 
Garry Reader. Jane Terry, Charlene Watts, Karen Neumann, Ellen 
Parris, Jada Lothridge, President: Kathy Wilson, Sherrie Hardwick, 
Cindy Wenzel, Cindy HInzman, l-listorian. 



Honorary Provides Scholarship 




The national educational 
honorary of Kappa Delta Pi 

promotes professionalism in 
education. It recognizes out- 
standing contributions to 
education, and endeavors to 
maintain a high degree of 
professional fellowship 
among its members. The 
organization honors achieve- 
ment in educational work by 
giving scholarships to out- 
standing students. 



Honors/Honorarles 257 



Honorary Combines Teamwork And Health 




ABOVE: E-CLUB. First Row: C. C. Green, Prentis Ragland, Morris 
Hallum, Dave Bootcheck, Stanley Mitchell, Ray House, Linear Lovett, 
Jotin Meisenheimer, Treasurer. Second Row: Stephen Krivda, 
President: James K. Pleasants, James Keen, Ron Siggs, Timothy From- 



meyer, Steven Fletcher, Scott McCallister, Steve Straight, David 
Seewer, Jim Nelson, Brian Davis. Third Row: Jim German, Mark Sul- 
livan, Gary Steve Frommeyer, Chris Roberts, Gary Tameris. 



The Varsity E-Club is com- 
posed of members from 
Eastern's various athletic 
teams. It worked towards the 
improvement of conditions for 
athletics and aided student- 
faculty relations in athletics at 
the University. They ushered 
and sold programs for the 
girl's state tournaments and 
home basketball games, had 
a donkey basketball game for 
local charities, and provided 
speakers with the help of the 
FCA. They also sold ball caps 
at home football games. 



258 Honors/Honoraries 





Forming saber arches at 
Homecoming, at ROTC Day 
and at the IVIilitary Ball were 
some of the ways the National 
Military Honorary Society, 
Scabbard and Blade, served 
the Eastern community. The 
purpose of the organization is 
to raise the standard of 
military education in American 
colleges and universities and 
to unite in closer relationship 
their military departments. 
The honorary also encourages 
the essential quality of good 
efficient officers and promotes 
friendship and fellowship 
among the cadet officers. 
Scabbard and Blade, also 
participated in the National Ri- 
fle Marksmanship competi- 
tion. 



Group Works For Military Advancement 



BELOW: SCABBARD AND BLADE. First Row: Major Allan F. Fleming. 
Jr., Faculty Advisor; David M. Kennedy. Theodore Joseph Kornhoff. 
Commander; Ira J. Begley. II; David G. Harper. Lawrence E. Barton. 
John W. Heltzel, Tim Distler. Second Row: Amy Odum. Rex Kirkpatrick, 



First Sergeant; Steve X. Rowe. Gerald Carroll, Brian J. Scanlon. Wallace 
Scott. Third Row: Greg Fugitt. William Mushrush. Linda Dapkus. 
Executive Officer; Bruce M. Swagler. Patrick M. Shaw. Gary W. 
Whitehead. 




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Catalina Performs "On Tour" 



Catalina Club's purpose is 
to provide creative ex- 
periences involving aquatic 
sl<ills, rhytlinn, and design with 
opportunities for all partici- 
pants to develop leadership, 
fellowship, cooperation, and 
incentive. 

In September, tryouts were 
held for any interested swim- 
mers. Before tryouts, two 
workshops were held for 
prospects to learn various 
stunts and strokes used 
throughout the year. 

This past year, Catalina 
Club was active in their region 
by attending the National In- 
stitute of Creative Aquatics 
Symposium held in Gainsville, 
Georgia. Eight members par- 
ticipated to increase the 
proficiency of their skills and 
to introduce them to new 
ideas. 

To produce their annual 
spring water show, many 
months of practice and hard 



work were required of all the 
members with the aid of their 
advisors. Dr. Kirkpatrick and 
Miss Baretta. This year the 
theme of the show was 
Catalina "On Tour!" The num- 
bers performed pertained to 
themes of travel around the 
world. This exciting produc- 
tion was written and 
choreographed by the mem- 
bers of the club. 



ABOVE: CATALINA CLUB. Front Row: Debie 
Slusher, Michelle Reedy, Sherry Tyler, Susan 
Hale, Carrie Utter, treasurer: Caria Suerdieck, 
Lynn Shirley, Marsha McSwain, president; 
Joyce Young, secretary; Alison Fryman. 
Second Row: Dr. Dot Kirkpatrick, advisor; 
Rhonda Phillips, vice-president; Lee Ann 
Love, Pam Wisner, Jane Dudley, Su Blaize, 
Louetta Wilson, Janie Langley, Patty 
Boemker, Monica Stinson, Alison Gibbons, 
Paulette Johnson, Barbara Durham, Kay 
Harrison. BELOW: Members perform as 
Diana Ross and The Supremes in last year's 
water show. 




262 Organizations/Activity 



Talent Production Stimulates Creativity 




BELOW: ART STUDENT ASSOCIATION. 
Front Row: Karen Rankin, Michael Pewther, 
vice-president: Kirk D. Denny, president: 
Martha A. Clayton, Kathy Royer, secrefary,- 
Ralph Krantz, Stephanie A. Redman. Second 
Row: Mr. Dewey, advisor: Anne Chamberlin, 
Marcia Hundly, Mary E. Link, Lisa Martin, 
Robert McQueen. Third Row: Randy 
McMillan, Thomas Smith, David Crowe, Pam 
Graham, Scott Morgan, Sheri Miftord, 
treasurer: Karen Cox, Charles A. Monico. 



ABOVE: EKU DANCE THEATRE. Front Row: 

Peri Palm, Tracy MacDonald, Dottye 
Etherington, vice-president: Mitzi A. Smith, 
secretary. Second Row: Donna Weber, April 
L. Ignacio, Larry Hite, technical director: 
Virginia N. Jinks, advisor. Third Row: Vera 
Barney, Gail Davis, publicity: Diane Gleason. 
Fourth Row: Party Barber, president: Helen 
Wilson, treasurer. Fifth Row: Ann Wilber, 
Candance Alvey. 



The Art Student Associa- 
tion traveled to Cincinnati to 
view the Contemporary 
IVIuseum of Art and the Taft 
Museum of Art in the fall. They 
visited Chicago again after 
last year's successful trip 
when they saw the exhibit of 
King Tut's Tomb. 

The association is a com- 
bination of students from all 
fields of art. These students 
hope to create interest in art 
on this campus. They also try 
to help the University in many 
ways that help promote the art 
culture. 

Eastern Dance Theatre 
held many dance concerts 
throughout the year. Early in 
the semester they held a Fall 
Concert for the public. Later, 
they traveled to Sue Bennet 
College in London, Ky. for a 
Christmas performance. 

The dance club offers its 
members the opportunity for 
creative dance study, com- 
position and performance. It 
also tries to stimulate interest 
in artistic creative dance, and 
to fasten standards of perfor- 
mance appreciation. 




263 




Clubs Explore 
Health Related Problems 



stimulating ideas and developing additional 
interest in all areas of the medical field is the 
main purpose of the Caduceus Club. To 
achieve their goals the club sponsored many 
speakers who made the members aware of the 
different occupational and educational fields of 
medicine. These speakers were recruited from 
various institutions of medicine and gave the 
club members a better insight into the health 



ABOVE: CADUCEUS CLUB. Front Row: Billy 
E. Webb, Jim Byland. vice-president; Janet 
Rowlett, Gwendolyn Cable, publicist; Sarah 
Staples, president; Shawn Caudill, Kurt 
Henerman. Second Row: David Storey, Alex 
Palzell, Debbie Pasco, John C. Tackett, 
Patricia Blackwell, Tracey Kidd, C. Diane 
Bowman, Julia Wigginton, secretary; Virginia 
Henning, King C. Lee. Third Row: Dr. John 
IWeisenheimer, sponsor; J. David Oakley, Dr. 
Sanford Jones, sponsor; John Meisenheimer, 
Jr., treasurer; Randy Riegler, Craig Enlow, 
Henry Norfleet, Dave Besser, Bill Perkins, 
Michael Babich, John B. Smith. RIGHT: EN- 
VIRONMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION. 
Front Row: Wayne Lang, Ursula White, w'ce- 
president; Marlene Zeckner, president; 
Deborah L. Gardner. Second Row: Patricia 
Dugger, Dr. R. E. Cartier, faculty advisor; Debi 
Morphew, secretary; Barbara Boylan, Mary 
Vessels, Doreen Burks, Hershell Sparks, 
treasurer. 



264 Organizations/Activity 



professions. The Caduceus Club consists of 
pre-medicine, pre-dentistry, pre-pharmacy, 
nursing, medical technology majors, and all 
other medically related majors. 

Besides meetings, the club was involved with 
such projects as the campus bloodmobile drive, 
the special Olympics, booksales and an annual 
trip in the spring. 

The E.K.U. Student Chapter of the National 
Environmental Health Association makes its 
members more aware of health related 
problems. During the year the organization par- 
ticipated in the rodent control program in Rich- 
mond. The association also helped with local 
paper clean-up drives throughout the year. 




Social Atmosphere Provided by Clubs 





Members of the German 
Club gained experience in the 
use of the German language 
by participating in the Inter- 
national Festival in Lexington, 
Kentucky and an International 
Day on campus. Together with 
the French Club, a Franco- 
Prussian dinner was spon- 
sored. 



In addition to the social ac- 
tivities, the club members 
were available for tutoring stu- 
dents in the introductory 
courses. 

Organized to further in- 
terest in the field of dietetics, 
the Food and Nutrition Club 
also fostered leadership 
qualities in its members. 



Guest speakers were fre- 
quently in attendance at ban- 
quets and meetings during the 
school year. Money-making 
projects included selling 
cookbooks, working the con- 
cession stands for Student 
Activities and Organizations, 
and sponsoring movies. Along 
with promoting National Nutri- 
tion Week, the organization 
assisted the honorary home 
economics organization. Phi 
Upsilon Omicron, with their 
November Home Economics 
Forum. 



TOP: FOOD AND NUTRITION CLUB. Front 
Row: Cheryl Dreyer, Susie Richardson, 
president; Cindy Sullivan, Beth Willard, Nancy 
Snyder, Ernestine Calitri, Cheryl McKay, Deb- 
bie Sparks. Second Row: Pamela Brown, 
Karen Gilliam, Kathey Wilson, vice-president: 
Debra Reynolds, publicity: Lynda Arehart, 
Martha Miller, treasurer: Sharon Milby, Phyllis 
Boone. Third Row: Teresa Arndts, Barbara 
Moore, Alice Maggard, Bernie Mclntire, Jan 
Turner, Maria Leung, Janice Lee Rogers. 
Fourth Row: Chris Venezie, Joni Short, 
secretary. ABOVE: GERMAN CLUB. Front 
Row: Polly McDavitt, president: George 
Costas, vice-president: Alice Gibbons, 
secretary: Dennis R. Ferrell, historian: Amy 
Berryman, treasurer. Second Row: Anne 
O'Hara, Laura Hendricks, Gar Read, Sue 
Reynolds, Willi Pratt, Mary Ann Mulcahey, 
Phillip Slattery, William O. Klingstein, Steve 
Clark. 



Organizations/Departmentais 265 



students Prepare for Business World 



Advancing through scientific knowledge in 
manufacturing engineering, the Society of 
Manufacturing Engineers keeps its members 
abreast of current information and techniques. 
Speakers from all positions in the manufactur- 
ing world related their knowledge and ex- 
periences to the members. Field trips were of- 
ten taken to plants and factories to enhance 
their learning experience. 

For further involvement in the business 
world, a new organization, the IVIasters 
Business Administration Association was 



formed. The members of this new club must be 
pursuing a Masters of Business Administration 
degree and must have a 3.0 grade point 
average. 

The purpose of the MBA is to stimulate new 
interest and exchange ideas among people 
already in the professional world and interested 
students. The members believe the informal 
setting of a meeting room instead of a 
classroom will encourage and promote new and 
revelant ideas among our future business 
leaders. 




ABOVE: SOCIETY OF MANUFACTURING 
ENGINEERS. Front Row: Lori Bredemeyer, 
Paige Besuner, Jay McDonald, treasurer; 
Kathy Peters, secretary: Billy Wells, Mike Car- 
ter, Jerry Snowden, chairman: William Liette. 
Second Row: Mark Kenner, Larry E. Abney, 
Robert L. Linville, Rod Rashel, Roy T. Stewart, 
Tim Van Sant, Dan Torbett, faculty advisor: 
Robert L. Albro. RIGHT: M.B.A. ASSOCIA- 
TION. Front Row: Sandy Reeves, secretary; 
Fredonna Cox. Second Row: Richard Mc- 
Quady, vice-president: Lowry McKee, 
president; Joyce Mckee, treasurer; Bob 
Dankio, George H. Partlowe. 




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266 Organizations/Education & Careers 



Professional Clubs Emphasize Careers 



In order to broaden their 
knowledge of the accounting 
profession, the members of 
the Accounting Club took 
field trips to various ac- 
counting firms. The club ac- 
quainted its members with the 
many duties and obligations 
of the accounting profession, 
and helped the members to 
develop the professionalism 
required in this field. 
Throughout the year the club 
provided a tutoring service to 
beginning accounting stu- 
dents and offered a free in- 
come tax service. 

Attending state and national 
meetings developed the ideas 
of the year for the Association 
of Childhood Education. 
Some of the projects held this 
year were panels of children 
discussing the qualities they 
like in teachers, and regular 
monthly programs focusing 
on working with children. The 
club was also very active with 
book fairs with particular at- 
tention given to the Inter- 
national Book Festival. 




Desirable conditions, 
programs and practices for 
children from infancy to early 
adolesence was the main pur- 
pose of the organization. 



ABOVE: ACCOUNTING CLUB: Front Row: 

Robyn Prichard, Deborah Goff, Teresa Estes, 
Donna Combs. Jill Steger, secretary; LeeAnn 
Gay. Second Row: Jim Smith, Polly McDavitt, 
Brenda Greenwell. Sherry Lose. Josie Cisler, 
Becky Gardner, vice-president. Third Row: 
Susan Steely. Ora C. Hyde. Laura Kirkwood, 



Steve Greene, president: Pat Skees. 
treasurer: Jack Dyer, faculty advisor. Bob 
Ellington. BELOW: ASSOCIATION OF 
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: Front Row: Kara 
Brenzel, Wendy Pettit, Sharon Demaree, 
secretary: Carol Faulkner, Debora Miller, 
Vicki Bottom, president: Sheri Dalton, 
Margaret Pence, Ellen Blankenship, Joan 
Dempsey, Lisa Wheat, Sherrie Hardwick. 
vice-president. Second Row: Ethel Sams, 
sponsor: Lee Sillon. vice-president: Jada 
Lothridge, Garry Reader. Barbara Barth. 
Melanie Curry. Ida Mae Brooks. Jenny 
Bramstedt. 




Organizations/Education & Careers 267 




SNEA strives for 
Teaching Profession 



IVIemberslnip to the Student National Educa- 
tion Association requires enrollment in the 
education field. A person may join regardless of 
his classification and no specific grade point 
average is required. The aim of the club is to 
develop an understanding of the teaching 
profession among prospective teachers, 
through various programs and speakers. 

The SNEA entertained many speakers 
throughout the year, one of which was Dr. Rush, 
speaking for the placement office. He spoke on 
the need of understanding how to work with and 
help problem students. 



Other areas touched by the SNEA were dif- 
ferent programs like mainstreaming elementary 
and secondary schools. The problems and ad- 
vantages were looked into. 

Members attended the Fall Leadership Con- 
ference Workshop at Western Kentucky Univer- 
sity from September 30th to October 1st. During 
this workshop the students learned many new 
ideas. Highlighting the year, the club sent mem- 
bers to the state convention in the spring. 



ABOVE: STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. Front 
Row: Mary Jo Baumann, Marsha Moore, Anne Wharton, Jada 
Lothridge, Charlene Watts, president: Laura Lindeman, vice-president; 
Sharon Demaree, Clifford Taylor, Janetia Williams. Second Row: Ellen 
Blankenship, Choon Dho Burns, Kim Tolliver, Debbie Bright, secretary: 
Martha Jones, Kathy A. Jones, treasurer: Carol Faulkner, Patsy Gab- 
bard, Mary Kelly, Sharon Parris. Third Row: Diane Drescher, Sherl 
Dalton, Cathy Schmidt, Rita Haubner, Donna L. Carroll, Omeki Bevins, 
Evelyn Wagers, Karen Johns. 



268 Organizations/Education & Careers 



ALE Produces Film 



Any student of Eastern 
enrolled in a law enforcement 
related class is eligible for 
membership to the 
Association of Law Enforce- 
ment. This organization spon- 
sored a Career Day in 
Criminal Justice. They also 
wrote, directed, and produced 
a thirteen minute film 
highlighting the facilities and 
opportunities for education at 
the College of Law Enforce- 
ment. 

Speakers at the Associa- 
tions social functions included 
such famous Kentucky 
lawyers as John Y. Brown Sr. 

Purposes of the Student 
Social Worl< Association are 
multifold. The club provided 
students in social work with in- 
formation about professional 
opportunities, increased com- 
munication among students, 
and insured student voice and 
active participation in social 
work programs. The members 
are a part of the Kentucky 
Education of Student Social 
Workers and they attend an- 
nual conferences at different 
schools. This year the con- 
ference was held February 3rd 
and 4th, at Morehead State 
University. The club also had 
representatives to the 



National Federation of Stu- 
dent Social Workers con- 
ferences which was held 
February 22-25 in New 
Orleans. 



BOTTOM: STUDENT SOCIAL WORK: Front 
Row: Janet L. Warner, Connie Michels. 
Sheree Lawson, Faith McKinney, Stephie 
Cawood, Sherry Roberts. Second Row: Irish 
Windham, Judy Hellard, Gloria irvin, Valya 
Wilson. Third Row: Tom Schweri, K. K. 
Cooper, Gloria Gevedon, Jeannine Mott, 
Becky Wilhoite, Debbie Baker, treasurer; 
Jane Ann Wingate, secretary; Janet Burton. 
vice-president; Tricia Lusenshop, presiderit; 
Julie Hickey, publicity chairman. BELOW: 
STUDENT LAW ENFORCEMENT: Front 
Row: Cheryl Frazier, Nikki Marasa, Tommie 



Thomasson. Stephen W. Wolfzorn. Second 
Row: Chuck Moody. Melinda Fields, Paula 
Lane, Roxane Tomasi, David Hatfield, Lawire 
Helgren, Verman Winburn, W. E. Carfield, 
adviser. Third Row: Randy Walters, 
president; Margaret A. Woman, secretary; 
Clark, H. Short, W. E. Carter, III, Robert E. 
Edwards. Sally C. Johnson, Carol Baldwin, 
treasurer; David Hume. Fourth flow: Kimberly 
Barker, Patricia Brindley, Angle Schmidt, 
Linda Stamper, John L. Brown, Jim Baldwin, 
John Cruse, Mike Sweeney, Fifth Row: Mark 
Prosser, Rick Brumfield, Lesley D. Varney, 
Charles W. Rayburn, Paul Eten, Kyle Gilbert, 
Ken Merideth, Jeff Rimel. Sixth Row: James 
Foster, Timothy J. Kannapel, Mark Fox, Dan 
Davis, Ed McKenney, John E. Homan, Sidney 
T. Couter Jr., Eugene J. Smith Jr., vice- 
president. 





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TOP: BRASS. Front Row: Albert Lawson, 
Dean Johns, Mark Chastain, Barry Lawson, 
Billie Parsons, Elizabeth Carruba, Brad 
Kramer, Joe Richardson, Paul Marsh, Tammy 
Moores, Marcia Howard, Tami Miles, Tammy 
Loar, Lolly Griffin, Sandy Suerdick, Wade 
Thurman, Frank Repper, Steve Winfrey, Brian 
Brown, J. Heltzel, Tom Cambron, William 
Haydon. Second Row: Kevin VanGilder, 
Randy Webb, Tom Burklow, Stephanie 
Shellman, Jeannine Mott, Laurie Edmonds, 
Robert Huber, William Parris, Terri Russell, 



Leigh Ann Barker, David Reister, Sharon 
Renaker, David Kaldenberg, Larry Barton, 
David Webber, Robert Moser, Phil 
Montgomery, Amy Boise, Judith Halfacre, 
Mike Lambert, Alan Marsh. Third Row: Mark 
Fox, Susan Herron, David Burgess, Bill Hen- 
dricks, Margaret Wilkerson, Robert Elliot, 
Kirby Kemble, Jeff Williams, Mark Patrick, 
Randy Blankenship, Cliff Fisher, Tim Hagan, 
Susan Bruce. Fourth Row: Matt Roahrig, John 
Berry, Terry Stephens, Melissa Bryan, Ben 
Esterle, Greg Smith, Patrick Carroll, David 



Petrey, James Sanger, John Wells, Jr., Daryl 
Temple, Craig Coder, Jeff Mufphy. ABOVE: 
PERCUSSION. Front Row: Carol Hanks, 
Greg Sowell, Cathy Hanks. Second Row: Rick 
Clayburn, Danny Simpson, Ricky Mann, 
Robie Wood, Chip Feck, Jerry Wade, Steve 
Richards, Francine Emberton. Third Row: 
Lori Bredemeyer, Jerry Martin, Don Martin, 
James McCann. Fourth Row: Tim Grady, 
Brenda Maxwell, Bob Harvey, David Cottrell. 



270 Organizations/Band & Drill Corps 



Crowds At Halftime 









Once again, the Marching Maroons added 
excitement to EKU's football games. The band 
performed at each of Eastern's home games 
and traveled to both East Tennessee and 
Morehead State Universities. Under the direc- 
tion of Robert Hartwell and field commanders, 
LeslieBerkshire and Kim Hiles,the two-hundred 
member band practiced daily to bring each 
show to perfection. The band did a different 
halftime show at all home games consisting of 
themes such as movie theme songs and televi- 
sion commercials. During Homecoming 
Weekend the band marched in the annual 
parade and made a special salute to alumni by 
having the Alumni Band perform. 



ABOVE: WOODWINDS. Front Row: Jane Robinson, Patty Smith, 
Tommy Horn, Brenda Shaffer, Jeff Root, Phil Jones, Tim Jacl<son, 
George Railey, Betsy Godbey, Linda Cool<, Debbie Simpson. Donald 
Siler. Gary Hillock. Second Row: Glen Kuenzli. terrell Holbrook, 
Charles Shotwell, Karen Moser, Mary Wieliczko, Peggy Hord, Debbie 
Renaker, Cheryl Austin, Jackie Clephane, Melinda Wise, Cindy Hayes, 
Peggy Butler, Susan Smith, Diana Friend, Luann Morris, Sue Craig. 
Third Row: Anita Hoffman, Tim Caudill, C. DeWitt, David Meredith, Jim 
Bates, Janet Jeanes, Gay Begley, Diana Graese, Sarah Rea, Cheryl 
Hedges, Terri Tuggle, Donna Teague. Leslie Bergdoll, Becky Gorbandt, 
Jeanette Gaitskill, Kathi Davis. Fourth Row: Sharon Sutton, Teresa 
Becker, Melanie Curry, Suzanne Hovis, Carolyn Combs, Lisa Stephens, 
Maureen Clear, Linda Kern, Carol Miller, Judy Gilliam, Sally Lemert, 
Carol Allender, Julie Brown, Pauletta Burns. LEFT: DRUM MAJORS. 
Leslie Berkshire, Kim Hiles. 



Organizations/Band & Drill Corps 271 



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Little Colonels 
Work At Frisch's 

The Little Colonels drill team performed at 
Eastern's home football and basketball games. 
The members entertained the crowd with their 
precision drill and dance steps. The girls had a 
new routine weekly that was designed by co- 
captains and lieutenants. 

To raise money, the drill team took over 
Frisch's. Members worked as waitresses and 
dishwashers for three days. As an aid to the 
press, the squad distributed statistics to the 
press table during home games. 





ABOVE: LITTLE COLONELS. Front Row: Linda Maegly, Captain: Deb- 
bie Simpson, Captain; Elaine Neal, First Lieutenant; Sharon Rusterholz, 
Second Lieutenant; Kara Pettibone, Cliarlsey Jump, Maria Lawson, 
Glenda McDonald, Mary Mackson, Roxie Hendricks, Donna Hitchcock, 
Leslie Lycan. Second Row: Julia Wigginton, Lisa Vaughn, Bev Seigia, 
Glenda Viars, Caria Quinn, Karen Gifford, Debbie Campbell, Barb Rash, 
Kelly Comer, Kathy Hinde, Jeanine Kilch. Absent from photo, Debbie 
Ward. TOP: Karen Gifford pours coffee while working at Frisch's to help 
the drill team raise money. 



272 Organizations/Band & Drill Corps 



Creative Routines Add Color To Field 



Practicing daily with the Marching Maroons, 
the EKU Majorettes performed at all home foot- 
ball games and two away games. The squad 
had many creative dance shows along with 
precision twirling. Routines pertaining to the 
theme of each weeks show were presented. The 



majorettes also marched in the Homecoming 
Parade. 

The 1977 Flag Squad added color to the field 
by performing with the band at football games. 
Different routines were written to each week's 
theme by the squad's captains. 



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LEFT: FEATURED TWIRLER. Cathy Cummin. BELOW: MAJORETTES. 
Front Row: Linda Culler, Jackie McCarty, Dana O'Nel, Robin Madden, 
Jenny Henson. Second Row: Kathy Madden, Sandy Hodge, Christi 
Bryan, Paulette Johnson, Teresa Posey. BOTTOM: FLAG SQUAD. 

Front Row: Gwen Kaldenberg, Rhonda Rush, Joneli Tackett, Becky 
Franklin, Caron Burns, Lisa Dillen, Beulah Gregory, Mary Strodtbeck, 
Elizabeth Anderson, Julie Hoppe, Debbie Yates. Back Row: Leslie 
Hoskins, Stephanie Slattery, Eleanor Tapp, Ram Wiesner, Robin Baker, 
Linda Prince, Christie Lyons, Judy Lester, Holly Leach, Betty Malkins, 
Marsha Stewart, Jean McClanhan, Cindy Lewis. 





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Groups Insure Smooth Dorm Operations 




Women's Interdormitory 
Board had a very busy year 
improving the living condi- 
tions on Eastern's campus. 
Being composed of each dor- 
mitory's House Council Presi- 
dent and one more member 
for each two-hundred girls in 
the dorm, the council worked 
closely with Men's Interdorm. 
During the year, the members 
worked on such things as 
custodial services, fire safety. 



and open houses. Also, a 
parking lot committee was es- 
tablished to help improve the 
parking conditions on 
campus. 

Socially, the women's and 
men's i nterdorm co- 
sponsored an all-campus 
Halloween Bash and a Las 
Vegas night in the university 
grill. 

Monthly, activities were 
scheduled in the dorms for the 



students. Such activities in- 
cluded movies, speakers, and 
films. 



ABOVE: WOMENS INTERDORM: Front Row: 

Mary Maitland. Jean Elliot, Advisor; Lynne 
Bybee, Janet Breck, Secretary/Treasurer; 
Mary Ann Mulcahey, Pam McCauley, 
Pres/denf; Peggy Hord, Dale Hashagen, Kathy 
Blair, Vice-president; Sharon Robinson, Chris 
Ernst. Second Row: Laura Schuite, Caria 
Suerdieck. Third Row: Cathy Cummin, Kathy 
Good, Karen Payne, Ann Mils, Mary Ann 
Bratcher, Stephanie E. Shellman, Jana 
Cuddy, Glenda J. McDonald, Sheila Tucker, 
Kathy Strunk. 



274 Organizations/Government 




Bible Study Offered by Maranatha 



Fellowship for Christians on 
campus, with emphasis on 
Christian maturity was 
provided for the student body 
by Maranatha. The center 
provided a regular Bible study 
program as well as films, 
music groups and other spon- 
sored activities. Films shown 
included Mystics and the 
Corrie Story. Debbie and Er- 
nie Rettinso, Praise, and Scott 
Wesley Brown were a few of 
the groups that added to a 
successful music program. 
Mark Hunter, a member of 
Maranatha, was honored with 
the title of Student Senator. 

As a recognized student 
government body. Men's In- 
terdormitory Board, along 
with the Women's Interdor- 
mitory Board, has equal say 
with the Student Senate. They 
also helped bring together all 
of the occupants of each dorm 
and work toward betterment 
for all. 

Men's Interdorm initiated 
many new ideas and changes 
for their residents. Some of 




the new programs concerned 
the fire safety system, a 
weekend check cashing 
policy, and keeping lobbies 
open later each night. Along 
with helping improve the living 
conditions on campus, the 
organization gave its mem- 
bers the opportunity to show 
their qualities of leadership 
and responsibility. 



TOP: MEN'S INTERDORM: Front Row: Bob 

Leininger, Bill Gradel, Matt Davies, Charles F. 
Walker, Joe Perkowski. Second Row: William 
J. Pirtchard, Larry Swann, Jim Hazlett, Bob 
Gregory, Joe Racis, Ken Halchak, Gregory L. 
Ryan, president; Greg McWhrter, Marvin 
Swann. Third Row: Jim Wiggleswortti, Doug 
Fruchtenicht, Richard Trembath, David Wiles, 
advisor; Steve Hall, Timothy L. Smith, vice- 
president; Tom Spellman. ABOVE: 
MARANATHA: Front Row: Jerry Swaim, 
director; Frances Wilklrson, Goby Owens, 
Sarah Hockensmith, Jim P. Barker, Lisa Con- 
radi, sec-trea; Jerry P. Perry, faculty advisor. 
Second Row: Mark Hunter, president; Jim 
Kaufman Jr., vice-president; Rose Caudill, 
Margaret MacDonald, Chip Goddard, Michael 
Thompson. 



Organizations/Religious 275 



Wesley Foundation Adopts-A-House 



Organized for the purpose of maintaining a 
Methodist ministry to the campus community, 
the Wesley Foundation provided students and 
faculty with a well-balanced program of 
fellowship and religious training. The Wesley 
Foundation held many different weekly ac- 
tivities for this growth and fellowship. 

This year the city of Richmond sponsored the 
Adopt-A-House project. A house owned by a 
needy family was taken over by the foundation. 
In the past year the members renovated this 
house in their spare time. 

The members were in great demand during 
the year to sing at various area churches. Nurs- 
ing homes and shut-ins were regularly visited 
by the group as they testified to the teachings of 
Christ. 





ABOVE: WESLEY FOUNDATION: Front Row: Sandy Suerdick, Karen 
Kempf, secretary: Linda Cook, Lolly Griffin, girl's intramurals; Lou Anne 
Edelen, Vicki Ann Smith, Eloise Igleheart, Burb editor; Wanda 
Curtsinger, co-chairman of community action. Second Row: Myron 
Harrod, Mark Suter, Nancy Azbell, Rod Griggin, Harold Williams, Linda 
Gregory, Jofin Enos. Third Row: David Heigfi, president; Karen Hargan, 
Penny Newell, Tim How Lett, recreation; Kirk Hamilton, co-worl<ship; 
Scott Sewell, publicity; Becky Humpfirey, Laura Brussee, Martin D. East, 



Mike Ricfiardson, K. K. Cooper, tood chairman; Rfionda Beck, Sandra 
DeWitt. Fourth Row: Jeanine Mott, co-chairman community action; 
Diane Derrick, Cindy Byrd, special programs; Kris Hamilton, Wce- 
president; Paul Travis, janitor; Rusy Ands, Intramural chairman; Becky 
Maring, worship co-chairman; Lounetta Lawless, Cfieryl Mabry, Mary 
Curry. TOP: The Wesley Foundation sings Christmas Carols during half 
time of the Eastern Kentucky verses Urbana basketball game. 



276 Organizations/Religious 



BSU Trick Or Treats For UNICEF 



Established to lead stu- 
dents to the commitment of 
Jesus Christ as Lord and 
Savior, the Baptist Student 
Union provided activities on 
campus for worship, discus- 
sion, Bible study, social life, 
witness and ministry. 

The students were led to 
give themselves in service to 
the community through being 
involved in nursing home 
visitation, comprehensive 
care center visitation, leading 
girl scouts, staying with elderly 
people, and assisting in morn- 
ing devotions in Richmond 
high schools. 

Highlights of the year in- 
cluded trick-or-treating for 
UNICEF, a chili supper for 
foster children, choir perfor- 
mances, and a sign language 
team for the deaf. Additionally 
the BSU had revival groups, 
banquets and experienced in- 
volvement with the Inter- 
national Students organiza- 
tion. 



BOTTOM: BAPTIST STUDENT UNION: 
Front Row: Dwight Lyons. Mary Ann Bratcher, 
Deborah K. Mullins, Terry Raulerson, Jenifer 
Matracia, Mark A. Logsdon, Debra Meers, 
Communications Coordinator: Debbie 



Claunch. Janet Comer, Terry Gregory, Kevin 
Bishop, Center Coordinator. Second Row: 
Albert Lawson, Tanya Johns. Wayne Sills, 
Float Co-chairman: Dedria Durham, Jane Ann 
Wingate, Ruthie Adkins, M. Cameron Harris, 
Kathryn Taylor, Barbara Lee, Elaine Stafford, 
Patti Faesy, Lunch Encounter Coordinator: 
Pam Gorenflo. Third Row: Kerry Jones, Tony 
Wilder, Debora Miller, Janet Reynolds, Nancy 
Johnson, Mari Benedict, Vice-president: 
Wendell Salyer, Men's Recreational 
Coordinator: Linda A. Rowe, Theda Graziani, 
Socials: Roberta Menabb, Cherie Florence, 
Janis Plummer, Rita Vanover, Rita Houbner. 
Fourth Row: Greg Cook, Connie Ross. Selby 
Tackett, Benny Bevins, Choir Director: Kevin 
Beasley, Sandy Haye, Mike Smith, Elaine Foy, 
Laura Kirkwood, Alecia Claunch, Laurel 
Kirkwood, Alecia Claunch, Laurel Martin, 
Zella Butler, Jill Steger, Special Ministries 



Coordinator: Bob Farmer. Fifth Row: Rose 
Marie Skaggs, Women's Intramurals: Debbie 
Stevens, Becky Kahne, Charlene Arnold, 
Mary Ann Milby, Tami Siewert, Cheryl Olds, 
Teresa Camden, Kathy Abies, Nancy An- 
nessm, John A. Martin. President: Samuel 
Dennis Ballard. Robert McKenney. Leonard 
Hornsby Jr.. Ida Slusher. Missions 
Coordinator: K. Dale Adkins. Campus 
Minister: David M. Vaughn, Stephen Pitz, 
Michael R. Wilder, Butch Adkins, David 
Parke, Wayne Boblitt. 

BELOW: The Baptist Student Union spon- 
sored Eastern's winning Homecoming float. 








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Groups Serve Campus and Community 



Now in its twenty-second 
year, tine Perishing Rifles 

participated in money-making 
projects for the University and 
the community. The projects 
included the annual 
homecoming mum sale. The 
Pershing Rifles participated in 
numerous drill meets resulting 
in the first place award in the 
national championship exhibi- 
tion drill. They were also 
honored with the John Archer 
Memorial award. In the Queen 
City Meet they received first 
batallion, I.D.R. squad, pla- 
toon, exhibition squad, and 
exhibition platoon. In the first 
Regiment Meet the Pershing 
Rifles retired the honor trophy 
because they had won it three 
consecutive times. 

The female version of the 
Pershing Rifles is the 
Valianetts. The Valianetts is a 
precision drill team that also 
exhibits sisterhood and has 
many social affiliations. The 
Valianetts have held their own 
with the Pershing Rifles as 
they were picked National 
Champions last year at the 
National meet at Ohio State. 




They have also traveled to Pur- 
due and Tennessee. They 
helped usher at football 
games and were very active in 
guard duty during E.K.U. 
homecoming. 



ABOVE: VALIANETTES. Front Row: Kathy R. 
Maples, Jeanene Krebs. Missy Melville, CO; 
Jan Stanaland, Joanne Rutledge. Second 
Row: Belinda Wilson, 1st Sergeant, Finance 



Officer; Sharon L. Pruitt, Lisa Monarch, S-1 
Platoon Commander; Kathy Seeley, S2-S3; 
Tara Douyherty, XO Pledge Trainer; Debbie 
Newton, Virginia Norris. BELOW: PERHSING 
RIFLES: Front Row: Captain Gary W. 
Whitehead, Company Commander; S.F.C. 
Bernard A. Potts, Personnel and Finance Of- 
ficer; S.S.G. Glen Byrd Jr., S-2; S.G.T. Ken 
Adkins; S.S.G. James Monihan, S-3, CMC; 
2nd Lt. Harry Farmer, Executive Officer- 
Suicide Sqd. Commander. Second Row: 
Michael Craig Hatoor, Richard J. Price, 
James Douglas Morrow, Chris Kelly, Aaron 
Mahan, Jeff Brock. 



278 Organizations/Religious 





Members Attend National Convention 



Educating its members of 
tine need for a strong army is 
the prime purpose of the 
Association of United States 
Army. This organization 
provided a form for the ex- 
change of professional ideas 
on current trends in the Army. 
Outside speakers covered 
current topics of interest per- 



taining to the Army and 
national defense. Each year 
the club sends students to 
Washington, D.C. to attend the 
National Association of United 
States Army Convention. They 
also sold programs at home 
foottall games, and spon- 
sored the annual military ball 
on February 24th. 



TOP: ASSOCIATION OF UNITED STATES 
ARMY: Front Row: Deedee McChargue, Ran- 
dolph Reed, 1sl Sergeant: Glena Parker, 
Steve A. Rowe, Debbie Evans, sponsor: John 
M. Curd, Amy Odum, treasurer: Jenny Ober, 
James E. Thomas. Second Row: Oscar L. 
Rice, John M. Gilbert, exec, officer A. U.S. A.: 
Ric Combs, Ken Phillips, Roy West, John C. 
Johnson, Dewayne L. Brewer, Robert H. 
McKee, Tony Armes, Mickey Craig, Co- 
commander. 



Organizations/Military 279 




MP'S Collect for 
Heart Fund 



Eastern's police company serves the Univer- 
sity, community, and the military science 
department through traffic control, colorguard 
and other specialized duties. The company 
directed traffic during peak-traffic hours every 
morning on Lancaster Avenue in Richmond, 
Kentucky. They served as Eastern's official 
colorguards for all parades, football games, and 
basketball games on campus. Annual field 
training exercises were held to teach new mem- 
bers the basic military tactics. This live exercis- 
ing has aided students in their academic 
theoretical applications. The organization of- 
fered a very rewarding brotherhood and 
sisterhood relationship to its members. The 
club also collected money for the Red Cross 
and the Heart Fund, as well as assisting the Red 
Cross in setting up their annual Blood Drive on 
campus. 




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TOP: MILITARY POLICE. Front Row: Brian J. Scanlon, S-3; J. Kevin 
Combs, Steven Feldman, Jenny Ober, Deedee McChargue, Debbie 
Noe, Hope Key, Sarah Rea, Gary Shaffer, Phillip Russell. Second Row: 
Cpt. Robert Ezell, advisor; David Petrey, Allen Love, Brian Culbertson, 
Patrick M. Shaw, S-1 ; John E. Homan, David M. Kennedy, S-2; James D. 
Newton, commanding officer; Gary D. Dotson, 1S. G.; Phil Sitko, pledge; 
Bruce M. Swagler, S-4; Todd Smith, S-3; Susan Ticknor, sponsor. Third 
Row: Steve Pinter, Spike fvlcCracken, XO; Timothy Sparks, Robert Win- 
sett, Brian Sewell, David Tobergte, Thomas Frank Sommerkamp, 
Douglas Wisnioski, Hugh Vinson Hogue, Gerald Carroll. ABOVE: 
Douglas Wisnioski directs traffic for the Homecoming parade at the cor- 
ner of Lancaster Ave. and Crabb Street. 



280 Organizations/Military 



I.S.A. Sponsors International Dinner 
PBL Attends Conference 



The main purpose of the International Stu- 
dent Association was to provide an experience 
in cultural exchange for American students as 
well as for foreign students. Several parties 
were held throughout the year for international 
students who were here on the weekends. The 
main activity of the year was the International 
Dinner which was held in the spring. The dinner 
exhibited the food, culture, customs, and enter- 
tainment from several countries. From this, 
people from the community as well as students 
obtained an experience in our culture ex- 
change. 

Phi Beta Lambda is a professional business 
organization with the purpose of helping college 



students develop vocational and career suppor- 
tive competencies and to promote civic and 
personal responsibility. 

This year PBL traveled to the Fall Leadership 
Training Conference at Ken-Bar Resort Inn, in 
Gilbertsville, Kentucky. They also attended the 
Southern Region Conference which was held in 
Hot Springs, Arkansas. 

PBL worked closely with Free Enterprise and 
worked on a campus wide survey to promote 
their project. 

In March, members competed against other 
colleges and universities. The State Conference 
was held in Louisville, Kentucky. 





TOP: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. Front 
Row: Raymond J. Lewis, Felix Kennar, 
Elizabeth Kunnu, Vincent H. R. Odong, Ab- 
dulaziz A. Al-Zaagi, Melanie Berry. Secretary: 
Felix N. Billy Obrefule, Odeleci Neh Ndetry. 
Second Row: Michio Kamoshida. R. F. 
Preraets, Assistant Sponsor; Jack T. Callen- 
der. Director tor Internationai Education: 
Abby J. Dekina, Gunseli Tamroc, Faculty 
Sponsor: Douathy Hy Adique, Zama Kimbi 
Ndefree, Student Senator: Rosaizor Rios 
deFeo. Third Row: Raja Salman, Carolyn 
Rainwater, John A. Martin, Angel Miller, Fer- 
nando Feo. Fourth Row: Jesus Dariel Mar- 
timez, King-Charm Lee, Nuri K. Bushaala, 
Pedro A. Castillo, Sarah Baggett. BOTTOM: 
PHI BETA LAMBDA. Front Row: Mrs Janna 
Vice, Advisor: Patty Cecil, Sylvia Morris, Wce- 
oresident ol Activities: Janice E. Stafford, 
Elaine Butler, Treasurer: Debra Edwards, 
Lorenzo Eads, Donna Greenstein, Kelly 
Comer, Reporter: Penny Melton, 
Parliamentarian. Second Row: Joan Arms, 
Becky Gardner. Vice-president of Activities: 
Vickie Tyra, Robyn Prichard, Debbie Hobbs, 
Secretary: Baja Pels, Dawn McDonald, Joanie 
Zetzer, Historian: Sharon Turner. Third Row: 
Jan Walters, President: Debbie Yates, Vice- 
president: Jeffrey Satterly, Ken Hill, Mary Sell, 
JoAnn Lane, Donna Spencer, Doyle Caffee. 
Fourth Row: Mr. Rudolph Wuilleumier, 
Advisor: Wayne Martin, Mark Heucke, Lee 
Buckner. 



Organizations 281 



Association Strives To Achieve Goals 



Eastern's Student Associa- 
tion prides itself on being a 
member of the Student Gov- 
ernment Association of Ken- 
tucky. The Student Senate 
election had the largest voter 
turnout in six years and more 
students than ever before ran 
for positions to fill the Senate. 

Library hours were exten- 
ded from 10:30 p.m. to 2:00 
a.m., which marked a step- 
ping stone in Student Associa- 
tion efforts. The Association 
also proposed to have dor- 
mitory lobbies open 24 hours. 
Additionally, the UNITY plat- 
form held a presidential 
workshop, made a list of off- 



campus housing available to 
students, and offered 129 new 
courses through the Free Un- 
iversity for students, faculty, 
and administration. 

Student Court was used as 
more than a traffic court. It 
heard a major case dealing 
with constitutional interpreta- 
tion and continued to hear 
cases of constitutional clari- 
fication. 

The Survival Handbook was 
distributed to students — a 
first at Eastern. The Associa- 
tion introduced a revision in 
room inspection policy and an 
extension of cafeteria hours. 
The student book exchange 



increased over 400 percent. 
The Arts and Crafts Fair and a 
Mini Fair were held to raise 
money for the Scotia Mine 
Disaster Scholarship. A 
Florida display appeared in 
the Powell Building. Between 
all of these various activities, 
members found time to go 
door-to-door in residence 
halls to inform students on the 
progress of EKU's Student 
Association. Another new 
Association accomplishment 
called for minutes of each 
meeting to be posted in the 
lobby of each dormitory. 




ABOVE: EXECUTIVE CABINET. Front Row: Steve Foster, Chairman of 
Student Rights. Second Row: Mike Duggins, President; Rita Masden, 
Vice-president. Third Row: John Cooper, Mike Ditchen, Joseph G. 
Stroupe, Speal<er Protem. 



282 Organizations/Student Association 





TOP: STUDENT COURT. Lynn Jackson, Chuck Moody, Karen Hargan, 
Acting Associate — Chief Justice Mark B. Girard, Chief Justice; Michael 

A. Burnett, Richard L. Robinson, Patricia Hurst. ABOVE: STUDENT 
SENATE. Front Row: Mike Ditchen, Rita Masden, Vice-president; Mike 
Duggins, President; Rhonda Wilkerson, Chris Lilly, Sharon Milby. 
Second Row: Wm. Harvey Dunbar, Doug Dearen, Rhonda Beck, Maria 
Domenech, Jenny Bishop, John Cooper, Phyllis Boone, Robert Martin. 
Third Row: Kip M. Campbell, Barbara Durham, Becky Humphrey, Deb- 
bie Williams, Barbara Brinegar, Sarah Baggett, John Doherty, Mike 
Daley. Fourth Row: Tom Myers, Advisor; Paulette Johnson, Debbie Cin- 
cilla, Jim Wigglesworth, Lee Dillon, Joni Johnson, Stephen Wayne 
Wolfzorn, Alan Y. Moores. Fifth Row: Brad Beach, Michael Babich, John 

B. Smith, Steve Foster, Chairman Student Rights; Joseph G. Stroupe, 
Speaker Protem; Tim Curl, Tom Troth, Ray House. 



Organizations/Student Association 283 



Service Functions 
Sponsored by KDT's 

As a service sorority, Kappa Delta Tau 

functions as a facility through which female 
students can contribute to the growth, im- 
provement, and sustenance of the campus 
community. 

Participating in athletics along with 
social, cultural, and intellectual activities, 
KDT combines the overall enhancement of 
education. These experiences broaden the 
responsibilities and improve leadership 
abilities among the members. At the same 
time a feeling of sisterhood is fostered 
within tbe sorority. 

During Thanksgiving, they conducted a 
canned goods drive to aid the needy 
families in the Richmond area. KDT's spon- 
sor an American Indian child annually. 
The sisters served at campus 
banquets, helped with the stu- 
dent elections and the Hang- 
ing of the Greens. 

In recreational activities, the 
sorority participated in in- 
tramural sports and camp- 
outs. Socially, the KDT's held 
a winter and spring formal. 








BELOW: KAPPA DELTA TAU. Front Row: 

Mary Jo Campbell, Dawn McDonald, Vicki 
Viars, Deb! Hill, Cindy Lee, Mary Killen, 
Denise Wilson, Beth Lessard, Karen Johns, 
Publicity; Gaye Coburn, Kathy Ison, Vice- 
president; Mindy Hayden, Donna Lear, 
President; Laura Whitfield. Second Row: 
Ronda Rennirt, Judy Effler, Connie Toth, 
Tammy Hays, Linda Hamilton, Sharon R. 
Lawrence, Lori Dengler, Dana Noel, Martha 
Greenwell, Carol Faulkner, Sharon Demaree, 
Diane Westerman, Linda Maegly, 
Corresponding Secretary; Debbie Durcar, 



Treasurer; Sharon Rusterholz, Roxanne Bow, 
Gwen Ashcraft, Nancy Presnell, Margaret 
Wilkerson, Sharon Storm. Third Row: Dixie 
Stinson, Recording Secretary; Libby Karsner, 
Nancy Moberly, Teresa Watson, Donna Fultz, 
Jeanine Cassady, Libby Shelton, Kay 
Huelskamp, Elaine Neal, Connie Gillespie, 
Jenny Henson, Sandy Hodge, Kathy Philpott, 
Janet Craig, Vicki Bottom, Diane Lowe, 
Deanna McQueen, Elaine Lowe, Cathy Cun- 
diff. ABOVE: Laura McCaun socializes with a 
girl scout member of a local troop at a Hallo- 
ween party given by the KDT's. 



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Circle K Helps Local Charities 
Aurora Sponsors Honors Day Award 



Circle K Club gave ex- 
perience to the youths in the 
community service field. This 
club is annually involved at 
EKU's Homecoming game by 
selling peanuts. The money 
raised was given to various 
charities of the community. 
They also had a Thanksgiving 
party at Shriners. Visits to 
Kenwood were frequently 
made and assisting Kiwanians 



with fund raising projects for 
charity was another of their 
services. Circle K was a very 
active club not only with fund 
raising projects, but with 
cookouts, banquets, best 
pledge awards and other 
gatherings. 

Aurora, the student literary 
magazine, was founded in 
1935 as Belles Lettres, and the 
name was changed to Aurora 



in 1968. The magazine is com- 
posed of creative writing by 
Eastern students, poetry, 
short stories, short plays, and 
essays, and is edited by a stu- 
dent staff and an advisor from 
the English Department. 
Aurora is published every 
spring and a cash award is 
presented on Honors Day to 
the best poetry and the best 
prose for that year. 





ABOVE: CIRCLE K. Front Row: Tony Wilder. 
Vice-president; Rita Vanover, Secretary: Judy 
York, President; Lewie Lambert. Treasurer: 
Chip Fleming, Faculty Advisor. Second Row: 
Donna G. Whitehouse, Kim Garrett, Kathy 
Abies, Jane Burdette, Lorenzo Eads Jr., 
District Lt. Governor. Third Row: David M. 
Vaughn, Susie Home. LEFT: AURORA 
CLUB. Front Row: Steve Patrick, Patricia 
Hays. Second Row: Steve Cambren, William 
Sutton. Shelby White. 



Organizations/Service 285 



Young Staff Learns Skills 




Under the editorship of 
Alien D. Engle the 1977-1978 
Milestone staff worked 
diligently throughout the year 
to produce the fifty-fifth 
volume of the Eastern Ken- 
tucky University yearbook. 
The staff's year began with 
learning new skills and tech- 
niques, especially for the 
seven novice section editors. 
Delmar Publishing Company 
visited EKU in the fall, offering 
any help to make the year- 
book a success. Cooperation 
among staff members and 



photographers was necessary 
to make the final copy. 

Pictured here are the EKU 
students who have made the 
77-78 school year come alive 
and remain alive through the 
photographs and printed 
words of the Milestone. These 
are the students who have 
turned memories into perma- 
nent records. 

After many long hours of 
dedicated work, the staff 
brought the year to a close by 
distributing the yearbook to 
the students. The annual 



awards banquet was held and 
the official university copy was 
presented to President J. C. 
Powell. Outstanding section 
editor, staff member and 
photographer awards were 
also given. 



ABOVE: MILESTONE STAFF. Front Row: 

Chris Elsbury, Jill Secrest, Index Directory 
Editor; Debbie Eskridge, Managing Editor; 
Angela Williams, Allen D. Engle, Editor; Meg 
Hiles, Organization Editor. Second Row: 
Steve Brown, Photographer; Matt Davies, 
Sports Editor; Maria Domenech, Pam Cox, 
Shelle Steele, Classes Editor; Kathy 
Sizemore, Bev Seigia, Christ! Smith, Kay 
Marshall. Third Row: Clifford Taylor, 
Business Manager; Larry Bailey, Advisor 



286 Organizations/Student Publications 



Of Producing Milestone 






ABOVE LEFT: Clifford Taylor, Business 
Manager. ABOVE: Deborafi A. Eskridge, 
Managing Editor. LEFT: Allen D. Engle, 
Editor. 



Organizations/Student Publications 287 



Progress Elicits Readers Views 



As the University's official 
student newspaper, The 
Eastern Progress worked 
hard this year to continue to 
expand its coverage of 
campus events, as well as 
state and national issues. In- 
creased emphasis was placed 
on readers' views with the in- 
troduction of the weekly "Peo- 
ple Poll" and "Forum", 
presenting two sides of an 
issue in the news. 

Some things never change 



in newspaper work, however. 
Deadlines constantly pushed 
editors and staff writers to 
produce their best work in a 
short time and the Wednesday 
night paste-up sessions often 
left staff members emotionally 
and physically drained. Thurs- 
day's finished product, 
eagerly grabbed and read by 
faculty and students alike, was 
the workers greatest reward. 
It was a good year for The 
Progress. Transitions and 



changes were achieved 
smoothly and the news, ex- 
citing and ordinary, was 
covered with best attempts at 
accuracy and efficiency. 



ABOVE: PROGRESS STAFF. Front Row: 

Mark Turner, News Editor; Ron Volmerang. 
Second Row: Nancy Hungarland, Sarah 
Warren, Features Editor; Terry Taylor, Lynne 
Kruer, Organizations Editor; Jim Thomason, 
Matt Durham, Chris Ellsbury. Third Row: 
Larry Bernard, Tina Schoewe, Arts Editor; 
Wayne Bobblett, Gene McLean, Sports 
Editor; Bob Langford, Jim Keen, John Martin. 




288 Organizations/Student Publications 




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TOP RIGHT: Steve Ross pulls down rebound while playing KA's in intramural 
basketball. TOP LEFT: Lori Juergens and Wayne Pieper are collecting money for 
Cystic Fibrosis. This is one of many projects in which Greeks support. ABOVE: 
Sigma Pi, Steve Markert, faces his opponent TKE, Chris Vasquez, in the SAE 
County Fair arm wrestling contest. RIGHT: Lisa Vaughn and Steve Sheard do a 
popular dance to "Saturday Night Fever" in a dance-a-thon held for Cystic 
Fibrosis. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Alpha and Lambda Chi 
Alpha sponsored the marathon. 




290 Organizations/Greeks 




Greek Life At Eastern: 

A Commitment To Involvement 



Entering the world of 
Greeks at Eastern is a com- 
mitment to involvement and a 
promise of fulfillment resulting 
from that involvement. With a 
spirit of camaraderie as their 
foundation, Eastern students 
who elect the life of a fraternity 
or sorority build their futures 
through working toward (and 
ultimately beyond) the goals 
they set for themselves as 
freshmen. 

Whether the initial goals 
were oriented to academics, 
altruism, athletics, or the arts, 
these students have found a 
place to grow, both in- 
dividually and collectively. 
This growth is at the center of 
Eastern's Greek Spirit. 




TOP: One of the highlights of the 1977 Sigma Chi 
"Boogie" Derby Weel< was the impressive fireworl<s dis- 
play from the intramural field. The fireworks display was 
only one of the Sigma Chi's activities held during the 
week. ABOVE: An intrasorority Christmas tea brought 



girls from a number of Eastern's sororities together for 
an afternoon of socialization and fellowship. Held in 
Walnut Hall of the Keen Johnson Building, the tea was 
sponsored by the sisters of the Phi IVIu sorority. 



Organizations/Greeks 291 




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TOP: The Theta's show their excitement after winning the championship 
game of the Beta Theta Pi football tournament. ABOVE: The brothers of 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity: Wilbert Goathley, and Tommy Smith present 



a program on Greek life at Eastern during a rush smoker. ABOVE: Deb- 
bie Horrigan impersonates Carol Channing at Kappa Delta's 
"Broadway" theme party. 



292 Organizations/Greeks 




LEFT: Heidi Fricl< and Tammy Sclnulte cheer on the Chi O's at the Sigma 
Chi Derby, as they win the first place derby tropy. BELOW: The second 
round rush party for the ADPi's finds that a theme of "Peanuts and his 
Gang", is an excellent way to display the aspects of sorority life. 
BOTTOtW: Pikes enjoy a victory ride on their fire truck after a successful 
EKU football game. 



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Organizations/Greeks 293 



AD Pi's Achieve High Honor 



Epsilon Phi Chapter of 
Alpha Delta Pi began an ex- 
citing year during the summer 
by achieving the Diamond 
Four Point Award at their 
National Convention. This 
award is given to the ADPi 
Chapter with high scholarship, 
leadership, activities and 
talents. 

Social events for the chap- 
ter included taking 2nd place 
in the Sigma Chi Derby, win- 
ning 1st place in the Theta Chi 
volleyball tournament and 
participating in the SAE 
County Fair and the TEKE 
basketball tournament. 

In November they spon- 
sored their annual racquetball 
tournament and their Parents' 
Day. A banquet was held in 
Lexington at the Ramada Im- 
perial for the parents. 

Throughout the year the 
chapter had many service 
projects, including collecting 
for UNICEF and the Heart 
Fund. They also held a joint 
Halloween party with the KA 
fraternity for the Shriners' 
Hospital. 




Founded March 8, 1978 
Epsilon Phi Chapter 

President Jean Vorbeck 

.tit 
First Vice President Sally Moore 

Treasurer Joyce Janzef 

Recording Secretary Candy Evans 



294 Organizations/Greeks 





ABOVE: ALPHA DELTA PI. Front Row: Jean 
Vorbeck. President: Tina Bonin. Rush 
Chairman; Lori Gundel, Member at Large; 
Donna Denny, Registrar; Gayle Skidmore, 
Dixie Willis, Kathryn Bryan, Kathy Cole, 
Sheree McWilliams, Melissa Bryan. Second 
Row: Barbara Durham, Pam Gover, Karen 
Gephart, Janie Bowling, Jan Lett, Lori 
Basham, Cathy Hutchins, Melodie White, 
Connie Jarrard, Reporter Historian; Mary 
Stinnett, Corresponding Secretary. Third 
Row: Libby Warner, Ginny Bailey, Mary Ann 
Jenkins, Membership Chairman; Joanne 
Thorton, Laura Mesta Davis, Bonnie 
Cannpbell. Standards Chairman; Lisa 
Krauser, Linda Emmerich, Joyce Janzef, 
Treasurer; Anna Miller, Janet Widmann, 
Candy Evans, Recording Secretary, Fourth 
Row: Pam Cox, Karen Brown, Sally Anne 
Moore, Vice-president; D'Rinda Morrison, 
Patty Dhennen, Charmin Buntain, Christi 
Smith, Ann Holbrook, Lynn Jackson, 
Panhellenic: Melinda Stamper, Becky Allison, 
Connie Cleeter, Caria Williams, Guard; Kathy 
Joyce, Lou Ann Kelty, Wendy Paul, 
Scholarship chairman; Gale Elmy, Member at 
large. Fifth Row: Marl Benedict, Chaplain; 



Angle Campisano, Patricia Hurst, Terri Grif, 
Kathy O'Nan, Debbie Rague, Brummal Frif- 
fiths, Ann Edelen, Social Chairman; Carlenn 
Hornack, Panhellenic; Barb Hehl, Beth 
Haselwood, Cathy Flynn, Activities chairman; 
Monde Polley, Clara O'Donnell, Pam Watkins, 
JoAnne Riberts, Leslie Mullins. ABOVE 
RIGHT: ADPi's receives their new pledge 
class after formal rush. RIGHT: Peanuts is the 
theme for ADPi's during rush as Janet Wid- 
mann plays the part of Schroeder. 




Organizations/Greeks 295 



Alpha Gam's 1st In SAE County Fair 




ABOVE: Alpha Gam quarterback, Debbie Kegley carries ball up 
the middle for a gain in yardage. 




Eastern's Alpha Gamma 
Delta Chapter has been active 
through the year with a num- 
ber of Greek activities. The 
members participated in the 
Sigma Chi Derby and Beta 
Theta Pi football tournament. 
They also took part in the 
Theta Chi volleyball tourna- 
ment, the Teke basketball 
tournament in which they 
placed second in both, and in 
the SAE County Fair in which 
they placed first in the sorority 
division. 

To raise money for their in- 
ternational altruistic project, 



Alpha Gams sold candy bars. 
They also had many local ser- 
vice projects. 



Ending the 
sorority held 
Parents' Day 
5th. Parents 



semester, the 

their annual 

on November 

attended the 



Eastern Kentucky versus Ten- 
nessee Tech football game. A 
banquet was held at the Holi- 
day Inn immediately following 
the game. In December the 
chapter held their annual 
Christmas Formal in Lex- 
ington at the Sheraton Inn. 

The spring semester began 
with the installation of new of- 



ficers. Also, the chapter held 
their 10th International Reu- 
nion Day with other Alpha 
Gamma Delta Chapters on 
Saturday, April 15th, and their 
annual softball tournament. 

Ending the year, the mem- 
bers held their spring formal 
in Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. 



ABOVE ALPHA GAMMA DELTA: Front Row: 

Veda White, Vickie Bright, IVIeg Hiles, Rush 
Chairman, Susan Johnson, Suzie Distler, 
Jodie Curran. Second Row: Fran Boggess, 
Guard; Julie Dolan, Panhellenic Delegate; 
Jamie Acles, House Chairman; Joyce Young, 
Social Chairman; Terri Davis, Membership 
Chairman; Anita IVIiller, Corresponding 
Secretary; Debbie Ward, Vice- 
President/Fraternity Education; Marilyn 



296 Organizations/Greeks 





Bruck, President: Nancy Geschrei, Vice- 
President/Scholarship: Sue Craig, Recording 
Secretary: Janet Rowlett, Treasurer: Jill 
Secrest, Activities Chairman: Bev Seigia, Co- 
Publicity Ctiairman: Lisa Dillon, Chaplain. 
Third Row: Agnes Jansen, Cindy Dapper, 
Debbie Kegley, Pam Bentley, Anne O'Hara, 
Karen Barclay, Lisbeth Keefe, Lisa McGary, 
Jeanine Kilch, Song Chairman: Jane Sorrels, 
Jane Harris, Brenda Shaffer, Kym Jewett, 
Leighi Elam, Vonnie Dearinger. Fourth Row: 
Stephen IVIarkert, Janet Hume, Chris 
Pumphrey, Kim Russell, Tammie Rankin, 
Janet Smith, Jackie Daugherty, Billie Par- 
sons, Patti Painter, Lisa Vaughn, Pam Kinsler, 
Linda Nief, Ann Roberson, Vickie Smith, Deb- 
bie Renaker, Robbie Keith, Gamma Daddy. 
Fifth Row: Cliff Williams, Ellen Hamilton, Co- 
Publicity Chairman: Patty Boemker, Dora Sat- 
terly, Judy McBride, Monty Swinford, Gary 
Hinton, Debbi Dahlgren, Beth Callihan, 
JoAnn Corum, Leslie Hoskins. Sixth Row: 
• Rick Wharton, Jim DeShazer, Brian 
Hotchkiss, Carrie Utter, Linda Freese, Dona 
Means, Kathy Kinsey, Steve Sheard, Dan 
Deely, Greg Martin. ABOVE RIGHT: At the 
second round rush party the sisters of Alpha 
Gamma Delta stress different views of 
sorority life. 



Founded October 26, 1968 
Gamma Omicron Chapter 

President Marilyn Bruck 

Vice President 

Fraternity Education Debbie Ward 

Vice President 

Scholarship Nancy Geschrei 

Treasurer Janet Rowlett 



Organizations/Greeks 297 




AKA's Strive To Serve Mankind 



Alpha Kappa Alpha Is a nationally incorporated 
organization with the motto of "Service to All 
Mankind". Eastern's Zeta Nu Chapter fulfilled 
this motto during the year by helping with many 
service projects. The sorors helped with canned 
food drives and contributed to the Martin Luther 
King Fund and the National Council for Negro 
Women. The sorority also sponsored their an- 
nual Barbara Hunter Scholarship. This 
scholarship is given to a Richmond Youth by 
paying his way to Model School. The 
scholarship is In honor of Barbara Hunter, the 
first black student and first woman to receive a 
Masters In chemistry. 



ABOVE: ALPHA KAPPA APLHA. Front Row: Gloria Irvin, Wenda Joyce 
Simpson, Virginia Charlene Taylor, Secretary; Joan Clay, Philacter; 
Carol Denise Montgomery, Cassandra Jackson, Darlene Almon, Pamela 
Fulton, Treasurer; Angela Stwenson, Assistant D.O.P. Joyce E. Cun- 
ningham, Tda Mae Brooks, Corresponding Secretary; Second Row: 
Ruth Baker, President; Lorraine Weaver, Eldora Rhea, Karen Bearden, 
Karen Wilkerson, Angela Boone, Panhellenic; Dreema Gibson, 
l-listorian; Sheree Davis, Yvonne L. Edmonds, Karen Hamblin, Vice- 
president; Loretta Cunningham, D.O.P. 



298 Organizations/Greeks 





Founded April 25, 1971 
Beta Nu Chapter 

President Ruth Baker 

Vice President Karen Hamblin 

Dean of Pledges Loretta Cunningham 

Secretary Virginia Taylor 



LEFT: Ruth Baker and Veronica Watkins 
collect for a canned food drive to be dis- 
tributed to ttie Richmond Community. 
ABOVE: Virginia Taylor, Angela Boone, 
Karen Bearden getting ready for an informal 
rush party. 



Organizations/Greeks 299 



Beta's Visit Shriners Hospital 



The brothers of Beta Theta 
Pi had an exciting year. Begin- 
ning the year, the fraternity 
sponsored their annual foot- 
ball tournament for both 
sororities and fraternities. 
Along with placing first in this 
tournament, the members 
also placed third in intramural 
football. 

Parents Day was also held 
in the fall. Parents attended 
an EKU football game and 
were treated to a dinner in the 
Keen Johnson Building. 

Together with Kappa Alpha 



Theta, the Betas visited 
Shriners Hospital in Lex- 
ington. Short skits were per- 
formed for the patients. 
Socially, Homecoming formal 
was held at the Houdini's in 
Lexington and spring formr' 
was held in Gatlinburg, Ten- 
nessee. 

Being busy with these 
events the brothers were still 
able to study. Pledges were 
first in overall grade points 
while the fraternity placed se- 
cond. 



BELOW: BETA THETA PI. Front Row: Jim 

Ewing, Scott Rothfuss, Richard Kreft, Bill 
Simington, Doug Holmes, Jeff Pollitt, IVIark 
Gregory, Gary Dukes, Marty Klemens, Cfiuck 
Cox. Second Row: Chuck Visse, Social Chair- 
man; Richard McQuady, Beth Cioiek, 
Sweetheart: Bill Page, Rick Bibbins, 
Recording Secretary; Danny Underbill, Kenny 
Kremet, Bob Riesenbeck, Treasurer: "Miss 
Elvette", Mascot; Dave Cahill, Mike Wright, 
Rick Roesel, Corresponding Secretary: 
Richard T. Willinger, President; Doug Caudill, 
Bob Topmiller, G. Shelby, Pledge Educator, 
Mark K. Welch, Bob Green, Vice-President: 
Fred Buchanan. Third Row: Dennis Craven, 
Wm. Harvey Dunbar. Fourth Row: Jeffrey 
Scott Doyle, James H. Farrell, Joseph Ray- 
mond Hoegele. Fifth Row: William J. 
Pritchard II, Mark Stowers, Sam Simon, Joe 
Orrender. 



BELOW LEFT: Beta members show their 
support at an intramural basketball game. 





300 Organizations/Greeks 



Founded November?, 1971 
Delta Xi Chapter 

President Richard Willinger 

Vice President Bob Green 

Recording Secretary Rick Bibbins 

Corresponding Secretary Rick Roesel 





ABOVE: William J. Prichard II attempts to get the 
rebound in intramural basketball action. 



Organizations/Greeks 301 




ABOVE: Chi Omega's proudly cheer as they take first place in the 
Sigma Chi Derby. 




Founded April 26, 1969 
Gamma Theta Chapter 

President Lee Vifquain 

Vice President Kim Duplain 

Pledge Trainer Judy O'Daniel 

Secretary Cathy Haydon 



302 Organizations/Greeks 



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Chi O's Take 
Sigma Chi Derby 

The Gamma Theta Chapter of Chi Omega 
started the year by capturing first palce in the 
Sigma Chi Derby, the ADPI racquetball tourna- 
ment doubles competition and taking second 
place in the SAE County Fair. 

In the fall the Chi O's held their annual 
Parents' Day. Parents attended the Eastern 
Kentucky — Tennessee Tech football game on 
Saturday November 5, 1977. On Sunday the 
parents were treated to a banquet. To end the 
semester the sorority held it's annual Christmas 
formal at the Diners Play House in Lexington. 

Throughout the year the Chi O's had many 
service projects for the community. Among 
these were donating food and clothes to flood 
victims and selling candy to raise money for the 
Kidney Foundation. Ending the year, the 
sorority held their annual spring formal. 



LEFT: CHI OMEGA. Front Row: Jenny Reis, Terrie Smith. Shay Ball, 
Treasurer; VIki Erschall, Bev Gilliam, Kim Duplain, Vice-president; 
Cathy Haydon, Secretary; Judy O'Daniel, Pledge Trainer; Baja Reis. 
Susie Daniels. Second Row: Pam Leach, Kathy Gombert. Lisa Slayton, 
Lori Kellington, Lee Vifquian, President; Sara Summe. Tina Hanselman, 
Peggy Erftenbeck, Kathryn Callaway, Annette Hettinger, Becky Sam- 
mons, Cindi Tipton. Third Row: Debbie Behrer. Kay Kessler, Cindy Bur- 
dett, Sherri Newton, Kim Case. Barb Pabian. Joan Fennessy, Melanie 
Miller, Becky Wilkerson, Pam Simpkins, Tammy Schulto, Nancy 
Kessler, Debe Phillips, Teresa Brewer. Pam Stacks. Katy Cardosi, Sarah 
Warren, Donna Henry. Fourth Row: Becky McGutfey, Leslie Thalheimer, 
Charlotte Cissell, Missy Pulliam, Sherrie Durham. Janet Peterson, 
Denise Schaller, Melinda Miller, Vickie Voiers, Heidi Frick, Kathy Park, 
Linda Huff, Toni Ethington, Amy Hile, Karen Roberts, Jayne Unger, 
Kathy Brauer. Nancy Johnson. Fifth Row: Tina Danelak. Kay Harrson, 
Julie Miller, Linda Witzman, Carol Miller, Caria Crume, Becky Roberts, 
Janet Stabe, Judy Magin, Dora Miller, Marianne Salerno. Mindy 
Manifold. BELOW: Lee Vifquian tries to gain yardage for Chi O's during 
the Beta Theta Pi football tournament. 



Organizations/Greeks 303 



Founded November 13, 1970 
Eastern Kentucky University 



President 



Michael Edwards 



Vice President Brian Hildretli 

Pledge Trainer Craig Holbrook 

Secretary Jim Lay 





ABOVE: Doug Kovacs pulls down a rebound for DU's during an in- 
tramural basketball game. RIGHT: SAE County Fair participant, Mike 



Edwards, attempts to roll the most old fashioned cigarettes in the 
cigarette rolling contest. 



304 Organizations/Greeks 



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DU's Double In Size 



The 1977-78 school year 
started off as a tough one for 
the men of Delta Upsilon. The 
chapter returned to campus in 
Austust knowing they needed 
a good rush to maintain a 
good-sized chapter. The 
chapter succeeded with a 
rush of twenty-one men, the 
second strongest rush on 
campus. 

The highlight of the semes- 
ter was Delta Epsilon's victory 
in the SAE County Fair. Also, 
Homecoming formal was a big 
event for the chapter as many 
alumni returned for the 
occasion. 

The final event of the fall 
semester was Delta Upsilon 



Super Week, a week full of 
work and fun for the brothers. 
The most memorable event of 
"Super Week" was the annual 
active-junior active "Mud- 
bowl". The pledges beat the 
old men 30-6. 

After a long cold winter 
Delta Upsilon continued to 
move forward with a fine rush 
and all brothers enjoying the 
strength of a good chapter. 

As service projects, the 
brothers assisted in the 
Special Olympics, helped in 
the dismantling of the Arts and 
Crafts display, and sold 
products for the benefit of the 
Kidney Foundation. 

Ending the year, the brot- 



hers held their annual Spring 
formal in Bardstown, Ken- 
tucky. 



ABOVE: DELTA UPSILON. Front Row: Dave 
Prestong, Ken Leibrook, Craig Holbrook, 
Elaine Neal, Sweetheart; Ted Kornoff. Second 
Row: Randy Neikirk, Dan Languedoc, Joe 
Lee, Niki Strong, Gary Hinton, Treasurer. 
Third Row: Jim Lay, Chapter Relations 
Secretary: Deiter Carlton, Dale Patrick, Mike 
Brown. Jeff Johnson. Fourth Row: Scott 
Adams, Michael Edwards. President. Fifth 
Row: Woody Arvin, Craig Enlow, Mark 
Gellespie, Tim Dixon, Bill Burchett, Mike 
Ditcher. 



Organizations/Greeks 305 



Theta Chi's Win Superstars 





The brothers of Theta Chi had a very 
prosperous and fulfilling year. Rally Week, 
sponsored by Theta Chi, raised $600 for the 
Easter Seal Society. A fifties dance was also 
sponsored in which the brothers raised another 
$300 for charity. The brothers were the only 
fraternity to sponsor a Homecoming float. Their 
Homecoming dance was held at Diner's 
Playhouse in Lexington. 

The Theta Chi Fraternity excelled in sports. 
The brothers were undefeated during regular 
season football. Theta Chi won the Sigma Pi — 
Pi Beta Phi Superstars competition as well as 
placing first in intramural track. A volleyball 
tournament was sponsored for fraternities and 
sororities. 

A 2.8 overall gradepoint was attained by the 



Theta Chi's, placing them 2nd in fraternity grade 
point average. Theta Chi has not only excelled 
in academics and athletics on Eastern's 
campus, but has abided by it's motto: "Alma 
mater first; Theta Chi for alma mater!" 



ABOVE: THETA CHI. Front Row: Chips Fleming, Faculty Advisor, 
William "Taco" Wal<im, Cfiaries D. Motfett, Don Stewart, Treasurer; Debi 
Parl<er, Dream Girl; Randy Wallace, Ritchie Hall, Steve A. Rowe. Second 
Row: Daniel Hay, Ray Brown, Dean Nutter, Joe Perkins, Danald Paul 
Salyer, Dacid A. Wagner, Jeff Jessup, Dennis J. Brennan, Redge Clarke, 
Timothy Deweese, Joseph Hell, David Cruse, John C. Tackett, 
Secretary; Mark D. Johnson, Gary W. Smith, Jeffrey 0. Warner, Dave 
Kelley, Billy Wells, Jeff Marcum. Third Row: Martin K. Connelley, Gary 
Chadwell, Steve Gittinger, Steve Sexton, William R, Perkins, Vice- 
president; Keith Hafer, Thomas Rosenbaum, President; Rick Taylor, 
Steven Murphy, Dan Wagner, Russell E. Laycock, Christian S. 
Shrimpton, Kevin M. Chatellier, William A. Stewart, Timothy R. Adkins. 
ABOVE LEFT: David Kelley shoots for two in the TEKE basketball tour- 
nament. 



306 Organizations/Greeks 





ABOVE: Theta Chi members have their Valentine's Day 
flower sale outside the Powell Grill. The students take 
last minute advantage of the available bouquets. 



Founded ApriMO, 1971 
Eta Beta Chapter 

President Thomas Rosenbaum 

Vice President William Perkins 

Secretary John Tackett 

Treasurer Don Stewart 



Organizations/Greeks 307 





ABOVE: KAPPA ALPHA ORDER. Front Row: Michael Kevin Johnson, Steven 
Alan Wells, President: Michael A. Schreier, Tommy Taylor, Jan Lett, KA Rose; 
James M. Grimes, Paul E. Bard, Greg Allan White, Ronald Wayne Deatherage, 
Dave Pelkey. Second Row: Jack T. Castle II, Scott Sudduth, Buddy Cruse, Ed 
Razor, Rip Van Winkle, Rusty Whittamore, Billy E. Webb, Recording Secretary: 
John Michael Delaney, Rob Hoover, Donald Young, Treasurer: Billy Oliver, 
Corresponding Secretary; Charlie Cain, Parliamentarian; Phillip Burgess, Ken 
Stewart, Paul A. Meece, Vice-President. Third Row: Steve Byerly, Ricky Wayne 
Meece, Stevens Aliens, Rick Brandon, Randy Tomblyn, Tim Bronaugh, Matt 
Sunski, Robert D. Bryant, Doorkeeper; Danny Hays, James Vannoy, Sergeant at 
Arms; Doug Justice, Stuart Olds, Johnny Thompson, Rich Albaugh, Historian. 
BELOW: KA's support EKU Colonels by firing their traditional cannon at each 
home football game. ABOVE LEFT: Billy Webb tries his skill to climb swinging lad- 
der at the ADPi pledge booth in the SAE County Fair. 




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308 Organizations/Greeks 





KA's Sponsor 
"Old South Week" 



The members of the Kappa Alpha Order, 
which was founded upon the principles of 
Robert E. Lee — Faithfulness to Friends and 
Loyalty to Country — displayed their principles 
this year by contributing their time to some very 
worthy causes. They held a Halloween party at 
the Shriners Children's Hospital and helped 
collect for Multiple Sclerosis. 

They also participated in other activities such 
as: SAE County Fair, Pi Beta Phi — Sigma Pi 
Superstars, and the TKE basketball tourna- 
ment. 

Some of the year's outstanding events were 
the Homecoming Dance at Danville in the fall 
and their annual "KA Old South" ball held at the 
Jenny Wiley State Park. The fraternity recreates 
the Old South dress and atmosphere at this 
dance. The KA's also supported the EKU 
Colonels at home football games with their can- 
non. 



Founded February 14, 1969 
Delta Mu Chapter 

President Steven Alan Wells 

Vice President Paul Meece 

Recording Secretary Billy Webb 

Corresponding Secretary Billy Oliver 



Organizations/Greeks 309 



Theta's Win Football Tournament 




ABOVE: Becky Foster and Beth Morgan try to pull 
the Theta's to victory In Tug-o-War during KA Old 
South Week. 




The sisters of the Delta Upsilon Chapter of 
Kappa Alpha Theta had an interesting and busy 
year. They participated in all of the Greek ac- 
tivities and also participated in community ser- 
vice projects. 

The Theta's, after weeks of practice, carried 
away the first place trophy for the Beta Theta Pi 
football tournament. They also won first place in 
the Theta Chi Rally Week for the 1977 school 
year. In the annual SAE County Fair, the Theta's 
placed third. 

In the area of service, the sisters of Kappa 
Alpha Theta were always working. They con- 
tinued to support their foster child, and also 
their philanthropy, the Institute of Logopedics. 
In October, they had a joint Halloween party 
with the brothers of Beta Theta Pi for crippled 
children at the Shriners' Hospital in Lexington. 



The Theta's also lent their support to the 
Muscular Dystrophy Foundation. 

RIGHT: KAPPA ALPHA THETA. Front Row: Melody Hoover. Patty 
Prather, Bemedjl Cruse, Connie Davis, Assistant Treasurer; Cindy 
Tabor, Tory Ann Bowman, Song Leader-Chaplain; Debbie Bartlett, 
Taryn Wells, Activities Chairman; Kim Schweizer, Archivist; Jill Swartz, 
Vice-President; Sandy Lawson, Donna Hughes. Second Row: Michelle 
Greenwell, Terri Byrd. Carol Hollonbeck, Jane Brenner, Lynne Schalk, 
Sheree Staker, Rush Chairman; Lindsay Pope, Marisa Martin, SerWce 
Chairman; Karell Wurtzbacher, Roni Davis, Vice-president Efficiency, 
Kim Parsons, Fraternity Trends; Chris Payne, Kim Jones, Donna Os- 
borne, Alumni Relations; Jo Waller, Panhellenic Council; Tricia Nave, 
Sandy Isaacs, Scholarship Chairman; Michele Conley. Third Row: 
Vickie Williams, Cissy Tussey, Jane Cox, Historian; Gail Emery, 
Panhellenic Delegate; Tamara Stratton, Judy Miles, Karen Palmer, Dot- 
tle Turner, Social Chairman; Dorothy Begley, Donna Craft, Treasurer; 
Laura Hayden, President; Marybeth Price, House Chairman; Jacque 
Lintner, Recording Secretary; Ginger Redman, Joann Schoulthles, 
Linda McMann, Tami Miles, Teresa Fields, Angle Garrett, 
Corresponding Secretary; Charles KInne. Fourth Row: Connie 
Halbauer, Rush Chairman; Becky Conley, Felicia Bott, Krista Edwards, 
Liz Lockhart, Mary Pat Parsons, Dianna Smith, Rhonda Potter, Fara 
Bushnell, Editor; Cindy Halbauer, Mary Lou Wilson, Amy Luyster, Lin- 
dley Taylor, Sherry Robertson, Activities Chairman; Becky Foster, Sue 
Durkin, Denise Garland, VIckl Pollltte, Mary Wllkerson, Sharon Douglas. 
Fifth Row: Chris Vasquez, Randall Shrout. 



310 Organizations/Greeks 





ABOVE: In the final game of the Beta Football tourna- 
ment, Donna Hughes runs the ball for a gain in yardage. 



Founded March 4, 1972 
Delta Upsilon Chapter 

President Laura Haydon 

Vice President Jill Swartz 

Vice President 

of Efficiency Roni Davis 

Corresponding Secretary Angle Garrett 



Organizations/Greeks 311 



KD's Collect For Cystic Fibrosis 



Members of the Delta 
Omicron Chapter of Kappa 
Delta were very busy with their 
monthly philanthropy proj- 
ects. These projects included 
such things as helping East- 
ern's campus with the Blood 
Mobile, having paper-bottle 
drives, collecting canned 
goods, and collecting $1,000 
with Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



Fraternity for Cystic Fibrosis. 
For their national philanthropy 
the KD's helped the Crippled 
Children's Hospital in Rich- 
mond, Virginia. They also ran 
a football to Morehead State 
University with Sigma Nu's. 

Nikki Marasa was honored 
as "All Greek Woman". 

While at their Biennial 
National Convention in Miami, 



Florida last summer, they 
received a progress award 
and honorable mention for 
scholarship. 

KD's also entered in social 
activities such as the SAE 
County Fair, the Sigma Chi 
Derby, and KA Old South. The 
Kappa Delta pledges also held 
their annual dating game in 
the fall. 



RIGHT: KAPPA DELTA. Front Row: Mary 
Stratton, Debbie Denton, Susan Robinson, 
Tami Ryan, Cer6 Duer, Deborah Horrigan, 
Gina Menard, Peggy Garbett. Second Row: 
Paula Goodall, Suzanne DeStein, Stephanie 
Jones, Susan Campbell, Genie Wilcox, Cindy 
Fischer, Vil<i Basham, Julie Ross, Teri Steely, 
Gwen Bullock, Beth Holland, Diane Kiser, 
Melissa Featherston. Third Row: Cathy 
Combs, Sr. Panhellenic Delegate: Martha 
Taglauer, Editor: Barbara Brinegar, 
Secretary: Laura Hamm, President: Susan 
Edmon, Vice-President: Andrea Steely, 
Membership: Leighanne Clark, Asst. 
Treasurer: Beth Martin, Lisa Ross. Fourth 
Row: Jeff Hill, Kappa Delta K/ng,- Teri Davis, 
Kitty Mills, Jan Loyal, Teresa Butler, Debbie 
Bright, Karen Lovelace, Denise Schroeder, 
Alice Berini, Laurie Lee Anderson, Charlene 
Henderson, Judy Erickson, Becky Griffin, 
Cheryl Case, Lori Juergens, Donna Going, 
Kenna Prewitt, Donna Williamson. Fifth Row: 
Vera Deing, Denise Nave, Stacey Owens, 
Nikki Marasa, Kerrie Bagby, Reeda Moberly, 
Deborah Isaac, Merrilee Hill, Janet Hill, Reni 
Hattenick, Peggy Janson, Robin Marie 
Liggett, Lisa Marie Gaues, Karen Anderson, 
Susie Garris. Kim Ellis, Kathy RoeseL 




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Founded December 11, 1968 
Delta Omicron Chapter 



President 



Laura Hamm 



Vice President Susan Edmon 

Secretary Barbara Brinegar 

Treasurer Tanya Sallee 




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TOP: Cere Duer attempts the event of "Milk 
My Baby" in the Sigma Chi Derby. ABOVE: 
Vera Deing tries her talents at moving a 
grapefruit down the field in the most hilarious 
event at the Sigma Chi Derby. 



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Lambda Chi's — Newest Fraternity 




ABOVE: The "needle in the haystack" event proved to be 
one of the most popular in the 1st Annual Watermelon 
Bust. 




Colonized March 23, 1977 

President John Goodhue 

Vice President Keith Daniel 

Fraternity Educator Mike Duggins 

Secretary Rodney O'Neal 



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Lambda Chi Alpha, the 
newest fraternity on campus, 
colonized at Eastern in the 
spring of 1977. The fraternity 
had a great emphasis on ser- 
vice projects. During the year 
the brothers helped the Red 
Cross Blood Mobile, ran the 
carnival at Special Olympics, 
served as Big Brothers for 
orphans and collected money 
for Crusade for Children. 
Lambda Chi's sponsored 
many educational programs 
such as speakers, tutors, trips 
and studies. 



Being here only for the year, 
the fraternity sponsored their 
first Annual Watermelon Bust. 
This event was held in the fall 
and was open to any EKU stu- 
dent. 



ABOVE: LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. Front Row. 

Karen Carman, Beth Jacobs, Robin Spangler, 
Valeria Holt, Diana Westerman, Cheryl 
McKay, Rhonda Beck, Debbie Tackett, Lisa 
Lang, Theta Hinkle, Becky Martin. Second 
Row: Murrell Davis, Elissa Ann Perry, Rodney 
E. O'Neal, Alumni Secretary; Brian Wan, 
Education Director; Mike Duggins, Fraternity 
Educator; Keith Daniel, Vice-president; John 
Goodhue, President; Bryan Barnes, Social 
chairman; K. Dale Adkins, Advisor; Don Mills, 
Member Recruiter: Rita Masden, David 
Andes. Third Row: Walter Browning, Wayne 



Lancaster, Mark Mcintosh, Ricky Clevinger, 
Hugh Hogue, Robert Martin, Wyndee Ezell, 
Mark Devine, Eugene Lambert. Valerie 
Hampton, Danny Perkins, Lesley Vanney, Jim 
Grissom, Dawn Garrison, Chuck Moody. 
Fourth Row: Robert Skidmore, Kevin Bishop, 
Terry Gregory, Paul Sparks, Lee Marx, Bob 
Beloat, Andy McKinney, Archie Ware III, Keith 
Rightmyer. Deborah Mullins, Robert Ander- 
son, Doug Lambdin, l-ligh Gamma Secretary. 
Fifth Row: Eddie Dalton, Mark Boyd, Charles 
Mitchell. Timothy Quillin, Mark Hill, J. David 
Oakley, Parliamentarian; Kirk Hamilton, Tim 
Gaffin, Raja Salman, Mike Click. Tim Curl, 
Tom Hillman, Cyd Estes, Dan Berkebile. Sixth 
Row: Greg Collins, Danny Crabtree. Rick 
Jenny, Bernard Denin, Steve Linn, James 
Tillett, Julie King, Jimmy Montogomery, Paul 
Barr, Charles Deerfield. ABOVE RIGHT: Paul 
Sparks and John Goodhue help the Red 
Cross as a service project while the Blood- 
mobile visited Eastern. 



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Phi Delf s Acquire House 



After a long hard struggle, 
the Phi Delt's acquired their 
Fraternity house. The house is 
located three miles off 
campus and the brothers were 
able to move into it on January 
1, 1978. 

During the year the chapter 
participated in the United Way 
Campaign, ushered at football 
games and helped finance 
charity movies. 

During the fall, the fraternity 
had two social dances, both 
held at the Officers Club at the 
Blue Grass Depot. 

In the spring semester the 
chapter held its annual 
Softball tourney. They ended 
the year with their spring for- 
mal held at Houston Woods in 
Ohio. 



RIGHT: PHI DELTA THETA. Front Row: Tom 

Whittaker, Walter Green, Steve Singer, Steve 
Vifquain, Steve Lyons, Michael Pewther, Mark 
Thiem, Terry Sanner. Second Row: Scott 
McCallister, Richiard Tinsley, Mark Akin, 
Timothiy Ladewig, Brent Ward, Treasurer; 
Brent Rutemiller, Stephen Starbuck 
President: James Theiss, Vice-President; 
Ernie House, Ronald White, Motivator; Bill 
Hughes, Jamie Beirne. Third Row: Jim 
Nelson, Steve Mergenthal, Mike Faulkner, 
Richard Robinson, Flint Coltharp, Mark 
Merriman, Joe Okruhliva, Jimbo Link, 
Gregory Brock, Stephen Krebs, Pledge 
Master; Michael Daley, Chaplain; David 
Seewer, Stephen Keeling, Secretary. 
RIGHT: At one of Eastern's home football 
games the Phi Delt's sell glasses to raise 
money for their altruistic project. 




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ABOVE: The newly acquired Phi Delt house is located 3 
miles off campus on Boonesboro Road. Twelve mem- 
bers were abie lo move into the house on January 1st. 



Founded April 26, 1969 
Kentucky Theta Chapter 

President Stephen Starbuck 

Vice President James Tlieiss 

Secretary Stepiien Keeling 

Treasurer Brent Ward 



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Founded ApriM 4, 1973 
Delta Chi Chapter 

President Rosemarie Casey 

Vice President Tricia Lusenhop 

Phi Director Jonell Tackett 

Treasurer Dee Graiiam 







RIGHT: PHI MU. Front Row: Judy Pleasant, Sharon Merritt, Melissa 
Kelly, Gwen Kaldesberg, Diane Jones, Senior Panhellenic Delegate; Kim 
Machtolff, Parliamentarian; Barbara Ware, Debbie Gallivan, Susan 
Drew, Jayne Norris. Second Row: Jennifer Treadway, Nancy Malone, 
Karen Williams, Terry Casey, Terri Stuck, Marsha Moore, Recording 
Secretary: Dee Graham, Treasurer; Linda Turner, Susan Parsons, Cathy 
Landis, Marilyn Fleshman. Third Row: Susan Palmer, Barb Magliano, 
Carol Merritt, Rosemarie Casey, President; Donna Wilding, 
Corresponding Secretary; Karin Stitz, Lorie Lewis, Susan McQuady, 
Rusti Chairman; Leslee Winscher, Terri Reynolds, Jan Rector, Carol 
Long, Caria Swerdieck, Lynda Arehart, Jan Kinker, Cindy Michel, Kim 
Kinder, Susan Stengel, Dianne Hakneken. Fourth Row: Brad Beach, 
Bobby Green, Mark Welch, Barb Heizman, Laura Schaum, Tricia 
Lusenhop, Vice-President; Kathy Clausen, Betsey Palmer, Susie Burke, 
Cindy Etkin, Lisa Treacy, Karen Rush, Diane Dossett, Steve Lyons, 
Tammy Adams. Fifth Row: Charles Mitchell, Greg Bisig, Karin Kinder, 
Beth Cioiek, Nancy West, Pamela Brown, Linda Foley, Kim Tolliver, 
Martha Jones, Lou Ann Cavenee, Marcia Wilz, Ellen Barnott, Jeff 
Murphy, Biff Simpson. Sixth Row: Bob Rottgers, Debbie Mitchell, Jonell 
Tackett, Phi Director; Cheryl Elfers, Ketie Ransdell, Kathy Gruner, Beth 
Magliano, Margaret Higgins, Lynn Karle, Ann Keene, Richard Cobb. 
ABOVE: Kathy Gruner, running back for Phi Mu's, has her flag pulled 
while trying to gain yardage in the Beta Theta Pi football tourney. 




318 Organizations/Greeks 



i Mu's Sponsor Swim-a-thon 



The sorority of Phi Mu, 
Delta Chi Chapter, was very 
active this year. The sisters 
entered various Greek spon- 
sored activities. They placed 
honorable mention in the 
Lambda Chi Watermelon 
Bust. They placed second in 
the Beta Theta Pi football tour- 
nament, and participated in 
the TEKE basketball tourna- 
ment, Sigma Chi Derby and 
SAE County fair. 



The Phi Mu's sponsored 
their annual Swim-a-Thon in 
February. Money raised from 
this event was sent to their 
national philantropy, the 
Project Ship Hope. 

Socially, the sorority held 
their annual Parents' Day, the 
fall formal, and spring formal. 



BELOW: Phi Mu's pose as the "Wizard of Oz" 
characters during their second round rush 
party. 





Organizations/Greeks 319 




ABOVE: Deborah Pasco tries her talents at stilt-walking dur- 
ing the SAE County Fair. 




Pi Phi's Capture TEKE Tourney 



Eastern's Chapter of Pi Beta 
Phi started an exciting year by 
participating in many Greek 
activities. They placed 3rd in 
the Sigma Chi Derby, 1st in 
the single division of the ADPi 
racquetball tourney, and 1st in 
the Teke basketball tourney. 
They also entered the SAE 
County Fair. Along with enter- 
ing these events, the chapter 



co-sponsored with the Sigma 
Pi Fraternity the Sigma Pi Phi 
Superstars. 

Pi Phi's contributed to the 
Cardinal Hill Hospital, gave 
canned goods to Kappa Alpha 
Psi and helped sponsor a 
charity movie. 

The sorority held their 
Parents' Day on November 5. 
All parents were invited to the 



Eastern game and on Sunday 
a brunch was held in the 
Powell Building. 

In addition to having many 
social events, tbe chapter 
stressed high scholarship and 
was able to maintain the 
highest overall sorority 
average for the past two 
semesters. 



320 Organizations/Greeks 




LEFT: PI BETA PHI. Front Row: Leslie List, Rosemarie Riley. Choon 
Dho Burns. Donna Carroll. Anita Rogers. Wilma C. Cantrell, Karin New- 
corn. Melanie Warren. Sue Waag. Candace Alvey, Missy Davis. Vice- 
President tor Mental Advancement. Second Row: Susan Godlewski, 
Social Chairman: Stiaron Pence. Karen Jackson, Senior Panhellenic 
Delegate: Yvonne Griffin. Cynthia Isaac, Rush Chairman: Judy Larch, 
Karen Henry, Pam Gerames. Teri Snyder, Brenda Rollins, Barb 
Fletcher, Kelly Young. Third Row: Susi Robinson, Sue Mullins, Pattye 
Flood, President: Darcy Dunn, Jeana Mullins, Cheryl Delk, Bobbi 
Carlyle, Ellen Stanley, Amy Dauzenberg. Beth Haering. Fourth Row: 
Mary DiLaura, Christina Kane, Judith Harvey, Vice-President lor Social 
Advancement: Joy Wagner, April Wolf, Membership Chairman: Cindy 
Luckett, Teri L. Isbell. Treasurer: Deborah L. Pasco, Not pictured — Pat 
Beny, Vice-president ol Moral Advancement. BELOW: Pattye Flood and 
Missy Davis do a tap dance during their theme party of formal rush. 




Founded August 28, 1976 
lota Province Kentucky Gamma 

President Pattye Flood 

Vice President of 

Moral Advancement Pat Beny 

Vice President of 

Mental Advancement Missy Davis 

Secretary Sally Smith 



Organizations/Greeks 321 





Pike's Place 1st In TKE Tourney 



The brother's of Pi Kappa 
Alpha had a very busy year, 
participating in a number of 
activities on campus. The 
Pikes began the year by cir- 
culating their Dream Girl 
Calendar, participating in in- 
tramural football, and taking 
victory rides on their trad- 
itional fire truck. 

Pi Kappa Alpha partic- 
ipated in many sporting 
events, finishing victorious in 
the TKE basketball tourna- 
ment and placing number one 



in intramural volleyball. 

During the spring, the 
brothers sponsored Pike's 
Peak Week. Such events as 
fraternity and sorority bowling 
and the pledge basketball 
tournament took place. The 
highlight of the week was the 
Dream Girl Pageant in which 
the beauties seen on the Pike 
Calendar were chosen. 



ABOVE: PI KAPPA ALPHA. Front Row: Thorn 
Deskins, Robert McKee, Mark Reynolds, Carl 
Garber, Alan Hatfield, Finley Lyons, Dave 



Breen, Tom Giacchini, Steven Darragh, Alan 
Crook, Treasurer; Jim Parker, President; Geff 
Gray. Second Row: Holly Green, Bonnie Rigg, 
Sue Noland, Tray Augustin, Denise Andriot, 
Cathy O'Rourke, Patty Cobb, Tina Danelak, 
Linda Bradshall, Phil Wilson, Mark Burks, 
Vice-President: Michael Parker, Secretary: 
Sherri Newton, Dreamgirl; Steve Nanberiell, 
Susan Tickner, Kym Jewett, Rick Wharton. 
Third Row: Kim Miller, Janet Peterson, 
Georgiana Treadway, Cindy Slauter, Leslie 
Taylor, Beth Ratterman, Debbie Ashcraft, 
Kerry Hipps, Gregg Smith. Fourth Row: 
James Thomas Jr., Mike Strong, Patty 
McLaughlin, Jerry Lockridge, Wanda Weaver, 
James Campbell, Bob Trey, Mike Howell. 
ABOVE LEFT: Mike Howell attempts to block 
shot during the final game of the TEKE tour- 
nament. 



322 Organizations/Greeks 





ABOVE: Pike's quarterback Rick Wharton drops back 
to pass while teammate Steve Nanberiell blocks oppo- 
nent. 

Founded February 14, 1969 
Zeta Tau Chapter 

President Jim Parker 

Vice President Mike Burks 

Pledge Trainer Steve Darraugh 

Secretary Michael Parker 



Organizations/Greeks 323 




TOP: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. Front Row: 

Mike Bargo, Steve Sheard, Eminent 
Chronicler: Bob Barker, Kurt Heyer, 
President: Joe Vorbeck, Ken Sizemore, 
Calvin Whitis, Ron Volmering, Pledge 
Educator: Ed Barr, Bill Amato, Keith Walker, 
Wayne Pieper, Greg Sweet, Ray Stapleton. 
Second Row: Monty Parman, Don Reeves, 
Scott Sparks, Joe York, Ed Johnson, Dave 
Quails, Secretary: Mike Klein, Donald Adams 
Bartholomew, Rick Winn, Steve Roberts, 
Terry Carrilo, Jeff Oster, Treasurer, Bob 
Rottgens, Correspondent, Larry Woods, Gary 
Wfieeler, Mountain, L. B. Litton, Sammy 
Crum, Spanky Reed. Third Row: Marty 
Ochsner, Lil Sis Chairman: Jeff Hudepohl, 
Doug Lucas, Jimbo Morris, Eminent Herald: 
Bill Decker, Terry Loper, Eminent Warden: 
Dave Kendle, Jim DeShazer, Eminent 
Chaplain: Bud Carr, Ralph Sowder, I.F.C. 
Delegate Bob McDonald, Bob Canon, Brian 
Ritter, Vice-president: Chuck Berrie, Roger 
Mahuron, I.F.C. Alternate. RIGHT: The mem- 
bers stress the meaning of fraternity life at a 
display table held at the Keene Johnson Ball 
Room. 




324 Organizations/Greeks 



SAE's Become Largest Chapter 



Founded October 27, 1973 
Kentucky Delta Chapter 

President Kurt Heyer 

Vice President Brian Bitter 

Pledge Educator Ron Volmering 

Secretary Dave Quails 




The brothers of Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon had a very 
fulfilling year. They became 
the largest chapter on East- 
ern's campus in the spring 
of 1978. Athletically, the 
brothers used their members 
to participate successfully in 
many events. They won in- 
tramural tennis and the Phi 
Delta Theta pledge basketball 
tournament. The SAE's took 
second place in the TKE 
basketball tourney as well as 
taking second in the in- 
tramural golf and volleyball. 

The brothers were also 
busy working on various ser- 
vice projects. Eastern's SAE's 
donated money to help 
replace a burned chapter 
house in Tennessee. They 
raised money for Muscular 
Dystrophy by riding a bike to 
Riverfront Stadium. The SAE's 
sponsored a dance marathon 
and set up a road block along 
with Kappa Delta which raised 
$1,000.00 for Cystic Fibrosis. 

The SAE's sponsored the 
8th Annual County Fair. Their 
Homecoming dance was held 
in Louisville at Ramada- 
Bluegrass Convention Center. 
In February, the brothers held 
their preference dance at Lex- 
ington's Holiday Inn with the 
Kappa Alpha Order. 



LEFT: SAEs proudly support the EKU 
Colonels with their flag and loud cheering at a 
home football game. 



Organizations/Greeks 325 



Sigma Chi's Sponsor "Boogie Derby" 



This year, as always, the 
brothers of Sigma Chi began 
the year by sponsoring their 
annual Sigma Chi Derby 
Week, held September 12 
through the 17th. Also, the 
fraternity sponsored their 
haunted house at Halloween. 
The proceeds of the event go 
to their national charity, 
Wallace Village in Boulder, 
Colorado. This charity helps 
children afflicted with minimal 
brain dysfunction. The Pond 
Christian Church and the 
fraternity work closely 



together through maintenance 
in exchange for the use of 
church facilities. 

Sigma Chi's held their an- 
nual winter formal at 
Winchester Country Club and 
their spring formal at French 
Lick, Indiana. 

Socially, Sigma Chi's par- 
ticipated in the Beta Theta Pi 
football tournament, Theta Chi 
volleyball tournament, and the 
Teke basketball tournament. 



BELOW: SIGMA CHI. Front Row: Teri Davis, 
Vera Deing, Chris Bounnell, Jeffrey Bertram, 



Alan Lewis, IVIark Smith, David Shew, Stan 
Scalf, Robin Clarke, Ivlark Barry, Suzanne 
DeStein. Tim Bartholomew. Second Row: 
Larry Hudson, Joe Boyle, Kathy Kidd, Betsy 
Jones, George McClain, Laura Davis, Bill 
Shuck, Dixie Willis, Patti Hurst, Lisa Dillen, 
Kip Campbell, President: Debbie Raque, 
Sweetheart; Danny Ellis, Debbie Horrigan, 
Marc Kidd, Brummal Griffiths, Mike Pate, Ron 
Horm, David Riggins, Marisa Martin, Mike 
Stephenson, Patty Wilson, Biff Simpson, 
Peggy Wittmann. Third Row: John Kennett, 
Erich Mauer, Mark Pate. Fourth Row: Pat 
Grugin, Susan Godlewski, Robin Knapp, Lee 
Hahn, Scott Smiley, Joan Fennessy, Mark 
Boone, Ginny Bailey, Bill Shields. Chris Allan, 
Brad Martin, Ann Edelen, Matthew Durham, 
Lisa English, Ronnie Gray, Teresa Watson, 
Lynn Doutaz, Cathy Flynn, David 
Montgomery, Cheryl Arnett, Cess Perry, Jeff 
Long, Mary Stinnett, Jeffrey Murphy. BELOW 
LEFT: David Montgomery tries to keep his 
derby throughout the annual Derby Day. 





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Founded January 11,1 970 
Eta Alpha Chapter 

President Kip Campbell 

Vice President Phill Johnson 

Pledge Trainer Chris Bounnell 

Secretary Greg Coleman 





ABOVE: Sigma Chi members struggle in tlie 
coaches' event in the annual derby. 



Organizations/Greeks 327 




RIGHT: SIGMA NU. Front Row: Steven Adwell. Scholastic Chairman; 
Jennifer Schaad. Sandy Wegenhart, Lou Ann Springmeir, Brian 
Tobergta, House Manager; Jim Baum, Tom Peery, Paula Godall, Holly 
Flynn.Lexine Howard. Bonnie Cleasby, Linda Ball, Laurie Vance. Second 
Row: David Thomas, Athletic Director; Lou Budroe, Sentinel; Tom 
Mangus, Social Chairman; Sue Stuart, Stuart Latham, Mel Blevens, Kim 
Naegel, John Kessinger, Mii^e Manz, Roland East. Betsey Palmer. 
Frankie Ray, Jack Shumway, Steve Austin. Third Row: John Frymire, 
Treasurer; Brad Beach, Doug Skelly, Steve McEllin, Donna Graft, 
Stephanie Slattery, Kathi Lyons, Doug Fruchtenicht, Mark Pulliam, Mike 
Hollifield, Thomas Taylor, John Parkhurst. Fourth Row: Todd Gordon, 
Recorder; Dale Adams, Alumni Contact; Becky Humphrey, Patricia 
Wilson, David Dixon, Lisa Palmer, Tim Springstead, Vicki PIgg, Renee 
Boudinot, John Doherty. Fifth Row: Bill Young, Nancy Hilgeman, Byron 
Ford, Jeff Norris, Mike Patterson, Vince Brosky. Sixth Row: Greg Bisig, 
Amy Broyles, Tony Armes, Kenny Hubsch, Regina Sanders, Keith 
FovKler, Rick Hoffman, Dave Soley, Rex Stapleton, Treut Rose. TOP: 
During the SAE County Fair, John Doherty concentrates about his next 
move in the checker contest. ABOVE: The brothers of Sigma Nu are ac- 
tive participants in intramural basketball. 





328 Organizations/Greeks 



Founded April 26, 1970 
Theta Theta Chapter 

President Bill Young 

Vice President Dave Dixon 

Pledge Manager Dan Taylor 

Recorder Todd Gordon 




Sigma Nu's Run 
Game Football 

The brothers of Sigma Nu Fraternity saw 
another year through with great success. In 
cooperation with the sisters of Kappa Delta, 
they ran the game football to Morehead for the 
Colonel-Eagle gridiron battle, taking pledges 
for each mile run. With the spirit of good will and 
Christmas, they participated in the Hanging of 
the Greens ceremony. Socially, Homecoming 
was better than ever, with a dance in Lexington 
and a fall formal was held in Gatlinburg. 

During the spring semester, the members 
participated in the Phi Mu Swim-a-Thon and 
Greek Week. Additionally, Parents' Day was 
held during which the parents were treated to a 
cook-out at the fraternity house. Closing the 
year was their annual spring formal. 



Organizations/Greeks 329 





ABOVE RIGHT: SIGMA PI. Front Row: Jim 

Stout, Pam Barger, Barb Shartzer, Jim Ward, 
Debbie Plenz, Harry Saurer, Vice-president; 
Tammy Shaheen, Hope Hendricks, Larry 
Holtzapple, Kathy Nixon, Beverly Seigia, Sue 
Craig, Pat Cannon, President: Dale Cooper, 
Secretary: Robert Baker, Ronald Miller, 
Treasurer. Second Row: Gary Tyler, Kim 
Allen, Kim Pfeffer, Jeff Kustes, Missy Melville, 
Jane Grippa, Ellen Crowley, David 
Harkleroad, Ken Harvener, Rhonda Sawer, 
Debbi Dahlgren, Dan Deely, Gail Mims, Nancy 
West, Jim Baxter, Nancy Greschrei, Vickie 
Hash, Robbie Keith, Social Chairman: Marilyn 
Bruck, Linda Hamilton, Lynn Kremper. Third 
Row: Sharon Lawrence, Stephen Markert, 
John Egger, Marilyn Fleshman, Dan 
Strietelmeier, Jane Blandford, Jeanie 
Cassady, Danny Nixon, Mike Heizes, Larry 
Long, Dale Holly, John Schutte, Petie Cress, 
David Johnson, Phil Lewis, Robert Miller, 
Scott Kurtz, Phillip Fett, Kim White, Cindy 
Calvert. ABOVE: Scott Kurtz, waits patiently 
to be dunked at Sigma Pi booth during SAE 
County Fair. 



Founded April 22, 1978 

President Pat Cannon 

Vice President Harry Saurer 

Secretary Dale Cooper 

Treasurer Ronald Miller 



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BELOW: Keith Medley, loosens up 
for the annual Pig Roast tourna- 
ment. 




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Sigma Pi's Receive Charter 



Sigma Pi Fraternity was 
recognized as a colony at EKU 
on March 11, 1977, and was 
given a charter in April 1978. 
Being an old fraternity on the 
campus, it was not hard for 
them to get a new start. 

In social events Sigma Pi's 
placed 1st in the Theta Chi 
volleyball tourney and 2nd in 
the Beta football tourney as 



well as winning the intramural 
campus flag football cham- 
pionship. They also spon- 
sored the Sigma Pi Phi 
Superstars with the Pi Beta 
Phi sorority. 

Among Sigma Pi's many 
activities, they have placed 
special emphasis on service 
projects. Among these were 
egg hunts for the mentally 



handicapped, collections for 
various charities, blood dona- 
tions, distributing food 
baskets at Thanksgiving and 
giving parties for the elderly. 
During the spring semester 
the fraternity held their annual 
spring formal and their Pig 
Roast which included a 
Softball tourney with 
neighboring chapters. 



Organizations/Greeks 331 




Teke's Sponsor Basketball Tourney 



ABOVE: TAU KAPPA EPSILON. Front Row: Greg Bulmer. Robert 
Arms. Steve Clapp, Vice-President; Bob Underwood, Rick Bottoms, Bob 
Pitakos, Karen Palmer, Jill Swartz, Sandy Lawson, Kim Schweizer, Dona 
Hughes, Janet Smith, Ken Marrow, Tim McCafferty, Historian; Alan 
Stanford, Judy Mullins, Sweetheart; Jill Secrest, Perry Watts, Ellen 
Stanley, Jeff Kerpatrlck. Second Row: Mike Holeman. Sergeant in 
Arms; Steve Ross, President; Steve Elliot, Secretary; Jerry Coldiron, 
Pledge Trainer; Jeff McBrayer, Kathy Bob Mooney, Chaplain, Jane 
Brenner, Todd Taylor, Karen Jones, Wendy Campbell, Karen Newcome, 
Janet Bryant, Rick Atchison, Randy Shrout, Larry Stoess. Third Row: 
Greg Roberts, Ed Brayman, Dale Breitenstein, Steve Miller, Joe Mann- 
ing, Mike Cox. Not pictured: David Funke, Treasurer. 



The Brothers of the Mu Beta Chapter of Tau 
Kappa Epsilon have been active throughout the 
year, participating in Greek activities and help- 
ing with many service projects. Events such as 
the Pi Beta Phi — Sigma Pi Superstars, Theta 
Chi Volleyball tournament, and SAE County Fair 
were a few which the Teke's entered. Beside en- 
tering outside activities, the brothers also spon- 
sored their annual basketball tourney in 
December. As service projects the fraternity 
helped park cars at White Hall State Shrine dur- 
ing Labor Day weekend, took youngsters from 
the Lexington Big Brothers organization to foot- 
ball games, and helped clean air-raid shelters. 
Social events consisted of their annual fall for- 
mal held at Hospitality Inn in Lexington and their 
annual spring formal. 



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Founded February 14, 1969 
Mu Beta Chapter 

President Steve Ross 

Vice President Steve Clapp 

Pledge Trainer Jerry Coldiron 

Secretary Steve Elliot 




LEFT: Dave Swofford and Jerry Coldiron en- 
tertain youngsters from Lexington at one of 
Eastern's football games. BELOW: TEKE 
members Jofin Jotinson and Rick Bottoms 
socialize in the university grill between 
classes. 




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Omega's Emphasize Community Service 



The Brothers of Omega Psi Phi began the 
year with an emphasis on community service. 
Beside their annual sickle cell testing drive, the 
fall semester was highlighted by the brothers' 
first blood drive. Responding to the need for 
blood in the central Kentucky area, the program 
was a tremendous success. The chapter was 
awarded a certificate of appreciation from the 
Central Kentucky Blood Center in Lexington. 

With the start of the spring semester and in- 
clement weather, the brothers responded to the 
community needs by initiating a Winter Aid 
Program designed to provide youthful service 
to the elderly victimized by the harsh weather. 
This often amounted to shoveling snow off 
walks or doing someone's grocery shopping. 

In addition, the brothers participated in the 
Kentucky Interfraternity Council meeting, held 
an Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored church services 



and made continuing contributions to the 
NAACP and their scholarship fund for a Model 
High School student. The year was climaxed by 
the brothers' Omega Week and Omega Ball. 



ABOVE: OMEGA PSI PHI. Front Row: Wilbert H Goathey, Jr., Tommie 
Robinson. Vice-basileus S DO. P.; Everett Talbert, Ronald C. Lucas, 
Chaplain: Gregory Mason, Basileus: Tommy Smith, Jr., Parliamentarian, 
Asst. DO. P. & Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: Ronald T. Griffin, 
Keeper ol Finance: Cliff Lyttle, Fred D. Young, Leadership Advisor; 
Lester T. Sanders, Keeper of Records & Seals: Fred Davis, Jr. 






334 Organizations/Greeks 





ABOVE: Omega Psi Phi members Tommie 
Robinson, Artliur Williams and Wilbert 
Goatley discuss the format of their presenta- 
tion just prior to a smoker. LEFT: Omega Psi 
Phi player Ricky Henderson fights for posses- 
sion of the basketball with Kappa Alpha Psi's 
Andy White during an important intramural 
game. 



Founded May 8, 1970 
Delta Sigma Chapter 

President Gregory Mason 

Vice President Tommie Robinson 

Dean of Pledges Tommie Robinson 

Secretary Ronald Griffin 



Organizations/Greeks 335 




Delta Sig's Sponsor Race Street 



The Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority sponsored various 
service projects during the 
past year. Included in this 
were such events as the Delta 
Sigma Theta-Omega Psi Phi 
sickle cell testing program, an 
liaster Egg hunt, and helping 
with the Special Olympics. 
Race Street, a program to 
help unfortunate families, was 
also sponsored by the 
sorority. The Delta Sig's par- 
ticipated in the Theta Chi 
Volleyball tournament. 

ABOVE: DELTA SIGMA THETA. Front Row: 

Britysh Lewis, Assistant Sergeant at Arms; 
Juwanna Glover Davis, Assistant DO. P.; 
Teresa Carter, Sergeant at Arms; Sharon 
Stevenson, Marilyn Ross, D.O.P. Second 
Row: Berry Jones, Angela V. Garrett, 
Charlotte Burrus, Second Vice-president; 
Aileen McKitric, First Vice-president; Mary 
Weathers, President; Barbara Rice, Anita L. 
Jones, Secretary. Third Row: Felicia Williams, 
Patricia McFarland. 



Founded May 9, 1970 
Eta Rho Chapter 

President Mary Weathers 

First Vice President Aileen IVicKltrie 

Second Vice President Cliarlotte Burrus 

Dean of Pledges Marilyn Ross 



336 Organizations/Greeks 



Governing Bodies Sponsor Greeic Week 





P 



Panhellenic and the Inter- 
Fraternity Council were the 
governing bodies over the 
Greeks on EKU's campus. The 
councils were made up of 
members from each fraternity 
and sorority on campus. 

In addition to making 
guidelines for the Greeks to 
follow, they also sponsored 
many activities. Together they 
sponsored Greek Week held 
in April. Panhellenic held a 
Halloween party for faculty 
children, sent fruit baskets to 
local nursing homes and sent 
Christmas cards to patients at 
Patty A. Clay Hospital. IFC 
participated in many different 
philanthropic endeavors. They 
also published the Greek In- 
dependent, a quarterly news- 
letter which covered items of 
interest to the Greek com- 
munity. 



LEFT: PANHELLENIC. Front Row: Cathy 
Combs, Secretary: Gail Emery, 1st Vice- 
President; Nikki Marasa, President: Mary 
Weathers, Treasurer: Lynn Jackson, 2nd 
Vice-President. Second Row: Karen Jackson, 
Alumnae Ctiairman: Leslie Thalheimer, 
Angela Boone, Charlotte Burrus. Third Row: 
Linda Freese, Julie Dolan, Public Relations 
Chairman: Jan Loyal, Cheryl Delk, Jo Waller, 
Darlene Almon, Diane Jones, Linda Foley, 
Carleen Hornack, Greek Activities Chairman. 
TOP: INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL. Front 
Row: Tom Ramey, Advisor: Jim Thomas, 
Secretary: Kurt A. Heyer, Vice-President: 
Wm. Harvey Dunbar, Treasurer & Editor — 
Greek Paper. Second Row: Nathan Ed- 
drington. Tommy Smith, Jr., Perry Watts, Jim 
Parker, Alan Crook, Mark Burks, Bob Silkey. 
Third Row: Fred Singleton, Jr., Gregory 
Mason, Stephen Starbuck, Terry Sanner, 
Mike Daley, Tom Rosenbaum. Bill Perkins. 
Fourth Row: Larry Thompson, Bob Green, 
Pat Cannon, Harry Saurer, John Doherty, 
Michael Edwards, Jeff Long. David V. Smith, 
Keith Rightmyer. Fifth Row: Kenneth T. Em- 
bry, Ralph Sowder, Brian Bitter, Roger 
Mahuron, Bill Young. Sixth Row: Alan Wells, 
Dwight Cloud, Matt Sowski, Richard Willinger, 
Robbie Keith, Michael Wardford, Steve Ross, 
Kip M. Campbell. 



Organization/Greeks 337 



RIGHT: While some graduates listen to speal<ers at Commencement 
ottiers tend to read their diplomas or stare off into space. BELOW: A 
helping hand is appreciated by this candidate for graduation unsuc- 
cessfully attempting to adjust his hood. BOTTOM: The final prayer 
allows graduates to reflect a moment about their futures. 






340 Seniors 



CLASS OF 1978 




LARRY GALE ABBOTT 

BBA General Business 
LILLIAN JANE ABNEY 

BA Music Education 
PAUL V. ABSHEAR 

BBA Management 
EMMANUEL T. ACHU 

BA Planning & Development 

CHARISSE M.ADAMS 

BA Music Education 
DALE R. ADAMS 

BS Police Administration 
SUSAN D. ADAMS 

BA Social Work & Sociology 
GAIL ADAMSON 

BS Special Education 



Ferguson 

Irvine 

Oldenburg, IN 

Rictimond 

Hazard 

St. Paris. OH 

Catlettsburg 

Cleves, OH 



ABDULAZIZ MOUSSA AL-ATEEK Buriadah, Saudi Arabia 
BBA Business Administration 



ROBERT LEE ALBRO II 


Louisville 


BS Industrial Technology 




KATHY S. ALEXANDER 


Louisville 


BS Medical Assisting Tectinology 




DUANE ALLEN 


Dayton, OH 


BBA General Business 




KIM MALIA ALLEN 


Louisville 


BS Nursing 




GERALDINE B. ALSIP 


Mt. Vernon 


BS Special Ed. witti Elementary Ed. 




NEENA DENISE AMBROSE 


Berea 


BS Physical Education 




BENITA FAYE ANDERSON 


Dry Ridge 


BS Nursing 




LAURIE LEE ANDERSON 


Cincinnati. OH 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




RITA L. ANDERSON Newtonsville. OH 


BS Nursing 




THERESA ANN ANDERSON 


Berea 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




RICHARD ARCHEY 


Flatwoods 


BS Biology 




LYNDA L.AREHART 


Sabina, OH 


BS Home Economics 




ANTHONY B. ARMES 


Hardinsburg 


BBA Management 




JOAN K. ARMS 


Hager Hill 


BS Business Education 




TERESA J. ARNDTS 


Dayton, OH 


BS Dietetics 




RENITACHARLENE ARNOLD 


Cromwell 


BBA Accounting 




JENNIFER L. ARTHUR 


Ashland 


BS Elementary Education/Kindergarten 




VIVIAN THERESA ASHFORD 


Bardstown 


BS Nursing 




DEBRA C. ASSANUVAT 


Richmond 


BA Art - Graphic Design 





Seniors/Abb-Ass 341 




ABOVE: Mild tall weather makes ttie ravine an appealing place tor triends to meet between classes. 



CHERYL LYNN AUSTIN 

BA Music Education 
GREGORY D. BACK 

AA Computer Electronics Tech 
TANA KIM BACK 

BS Home Economics Education 
JOEL W. BAER 

BA Art 

SHARON L.BAILEY 

BS Early Childhood Development 
VICKI BAILEY 

BS Special Education 
DEBORA A. BAKER 

BA Social Work 
RUTH DIANE BAKER 

BS Child Development 

SHARON DENISE BAKER 

BA Library Sciences & History 
CAROL A. BALDWIN 

BS Corrections 
MARY JANE BALDWIN 

BS Elementary Education 
HOWARD G. BALES 

BS Physical Education 

JOHN R. BALL 

BS Business Management 
LINDA SUE BALL 

BS Interior Design 
KENNETH ANTHONY BALLOU 

BA English 
KATHY ANN BANKEMPER 

BS Elementary Education/Kindergarten 



Dayton, OH 

Lexington 

Monti cello 

Danville 

Dalton, GA 

Kettering, OH 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Mt. Vernon 

Chillicothe, OH 

Paintsville 

Shopville 

Lancaster 

Cincinnati, OH 

Burkesville 

Covington 




342 Seniors/Aus-Ban 



Companionship Adds to College Life 




PATRICIA ANN BARBER 


Carrollton 


as Physical Education 




DAWN PATRICIA BARKER Lake In the Hills. IL 


BS Nursing 




SANDRA LEE BARNES 


Columbus, OH 


BA Anthropology 




BECKY A. BARNETT 


Valley Station 


BS Nursing 




BARBARA E.BARTH 


Edgewood 


BS Elementary Educatlon/Klndergarter 




HAROLD BRENT BARTON II 


Richmond 


BA Music Education 




VIKI BASHAM 


Lexington 


BS Interior Design 




CHARLES ERWIN BASTIN Williamsburg, OH 


BBA Accounting 




MARY JO BATTE 


Cynthiana 


BS Nursing 




STEPHANIE J. BATTSON 


Morehead 


BBA Business Administration — Mgt. 




TYRONE M. BAUGHMAN 


Owensboro 


BS Computer Electronics 




MARY JO BAUMANN 


Fort Thomas 


BS Home Economics Education 




ANTHANYBEATTY 


Lexington 


BS Police Administration 




PAULA C. BECK 


Louisville 


BS Elementary Ed/Deaf Education 




STEPHANIE SEPATE BERKEY 


Cincinnati, OH 


BA Music (Piano) 




CHARLES BRENT BERTRAM 


Russell Springs 


BA Sociology 




SHELBY BEST 


Danville 


BBA General Business 




ABBAS BIDARIAN 


Richmond 


BS Industrial Technology 




BRIDGET ANNE BISHOP 


Jeffersontown 


BA Music 




CLAUDE B. BIVINS 


Richmond 


BA Music Education 




ELLEN M.BLANKENSHIP 


Lancaster 


BS Deaf Education & Elementary Ed. 




PAUL BLANTON 


Jackson 


BBA Accounting 




BERTA ANN BLEDSOE 


Partridge 


BS Elementary Education 




SUSAN JEANNE BLIZZARD 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Physical Ed. -Technical Dra. 




ROBERT DAVID BLUMAN 


Dayton, OH 


BBA Business Admin. - Management 




LARRY WAYNE BOBLiTT 


Lebanon Jet. 


BA Journalism 




MICHAEL BOGGS 


Corbin 


BA History 




PAUL D. BOGGS 


Lexington 


BS Psychology & Sociology 






Seniors/Bar-Bog 343 



Crafts Fair Provides Sciiolarship 



TINAL. BONIN 


Louisville 


BA Social Work/Corrections 




ANGELA MARIE BOONE 


Louisville 


BA Political Science 




KARLA SUE BOONE 


Ripley. OH 


BS Park & Recreation Administration 




CATHY LYNN BOSTON 


Louisville 


BS Elementary & Special Education 




VICKI BOTTOM 


Harrodsburg 


BS Elementary Education/Kindergarten 




SHARON K. BOTTOMS 


Richmond 


BS Public Health-Community Health 




BARBARA JEAN BOWLING 


Louisville 


BA Social Work 




TOM BOWLING 


Fairfield, OH 


BA Art Education 




EDWARD J. BOWMAN 


Louisville 


BA History Education 




MELODIE LYNNE BOYD 


Louisville 


BS Special Education 




JOSEPH R. BOYLE Oceanside, LI, NY 



BS Physical Education 
THOMAS H. BRANCH Louisville 

BA Speech Communication/Human Relations 



ALANG.BRASHEAR 

BS Park & Recreation Ad. 
ANNA M. BRASHEAR 

BS Occupational Therapy 
ELLEN L. BRAUTIGAM 

BS General Home Economics 
KENNETH DAVID BRAY 

BS Geology 



JANEA. BRENNER 

BS Medical Record Administration 
CHRISTINE B. BREWER 

BS Agriculture 
DIANA L. BREWER 

BS Corrections 
VICKIE L. BRIGHT 

BS Elementary Ed. & Kindergarten 

REBECCA COURTNEY BRISLIN 

BS Elementary Ed. & Kindergarten 
FRANK FORD BROADUS 

BBA Accounting 
CATHY LYNN BROOKS 

BS Psychology 
IDA M. BROOKS 

BS Elementary Education 

DENNIS EDWARD BROWN 

BBA Business Administration- Mgt. 
JACK LEE BROWN 

BS Tech. Horticulture 
JEFFREY LYNN BROWN 

BS Industrial Technology 
JUDY G. BROWN 

BS Interior Design 



Viper 

Viper 

Wapakoneta, OH 

Valley Station 

Florence 

Campton 

Richmond 

Dayton. OH 

Carrollton 

Louisville 

Dayton, OH 

Winchester 

Danville 

Walton 

West Liberty 

Hager Hill 




344 Seniors/Bon-Bro 




KEVIN BROWN 

BA Police Administration 
MARY LEE BROWN 

BA Social Work 
PAMELA ESTHER BROWN 

BS Dietetics 
VICKY L. BROWN 

BBA General Business 



AMBIELOU BROWNING 

BS Physical Education 
WALTER ALLEN BROWNING 

BBA Accounting 
MARILYN SUE BRUCK 

BS Nursing 
CHARLES F. BRUMBACK 

BS Parks & Recreation 



JUDY A.BRUNER 

BS Deaf Education 
MARY M. G. BRUNER 

BS Elementary Education 
MARY C. BUCKMAN 

BA Nutrition Care 
WILLIAM D. BUCKNER 

BBA General Business 



Mentor, OH 

Liberty 

Roebiing. NJ 

Stanton 

Miamisburg, OH 

Falmouth 

Hamilton, OH 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Valley Station 

MIddletown 




ABOVE: Various plant booths attract many prospective customers during the fall Crafts Fair, 



Senlors/Bro-Buc 345 



RIGHT: Long lines begin at the front 
door of Alumni Coliseum as stu- 
dents crowd together while entering 
for registration. 




GWEN RENAE BUFFINGTON 


Danville 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




KATHRYN R. SULLEN 


Mt. Vernon 


BA Social Work 




STEPHEN GARY BULLEN 


Mt. Vernon 


BS Agriculture 




JUDY DIANE BURDEN 


Cynthiana 


BS Nursing 




JANBURDINE 


Nicholasville 


BS Nursing 




DOREEN 0. BURKS 


Louisville 


BS Community & Environmental Health 




JANET SUE BURTON 


B rod head 


BS Rehabilitation Ed./Social Work 




KATHRYN D. BUSSELL 


B rod head 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




MARGARET ELAINE BUTLER 


Bowling Green 


BBA Accounting 




LYNNE R. BYBEE 


Louisville 


BS Nursing 




JAIVIES T. BYLAND 


Cleveland, OH 


BS Pre-Medical Sciences 




PENNY DENE CAIN 


Somerset 



BS Special Education E.M.R. 




346 Seniors/Buf-Cai 



Lines Add to Registration IVIadness 




JANICE DONNA CALDWELL 


Freetiold.NJ 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




THURMAN GLENN CALEBS JR. 


London 


BBA Accounting 




CINDRA A. CALVERT 


Xenia, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




LINDA BEASLEY CAMERON 


Florence 


BA Music Education 




LARRY D.CAMIC 


Harrodsburg 


BS Corrections & Social Work 




DEBORAH SUE CAMPBELL 


Barbourville 


BS Interior Design 




DONNA F. CAMPBELL 


Fallston, MD 


BA Music Education 




JAMES DEAN CAMPBELL 


Murray 


BS Law Enforcement 




KIP MICHAEL CAMPBELL 


Louisville 


BS Law Enforcement 




MICHAEL F. CAMPBELL 


Louisville 


BS Environmental Resources 




SALLY A. CAMPBELL 


Hazard 


BS Business Education 




PAUL ALLEN CANTER 


Lexington 


BS Law Enforcement 




PAULA J. CANTERBURY 


S.Williamson 


BS Fashion Merctiandising 




SOMMERA.CARBUCCIA San 


to Domingo, Dem Rep 


BA Broadcasting 




DAVID W. CARBY 


Louisville 


BS Corrections 




PATSYE E. CARLOCK 


Tompkinsville 


BS Psychology/Corrections 




MICHAEL E.CARROLL 


Costiocton, OH 


BS Law Enforcement 




WILLIAM EDWARD CARTER III 


Georgestown 


BA Police Administration 




ROSEMARIE CASEY 


Laurel, MS 


BS Elementary Education 




TERRY ANN CASEY 


Erianger 


BS Nursing 




PAMELA CAUDILL 


Lexington 


BS Elementary Education 




PATTI A. CECIL 


Richmond 


BBA Accounting 




CYNTHIA DENISE CHANEY 


London 


BS Elementary Education 




PATRICIA J. CHEATHAM 


Brodhead 


BA Social Work 




CHAIYACHOTIKAVANIK 


Bangkok, Thailand 


BA Social Work 




ELIZABETH DIANE CIOLEK 


Richmond 


BS Pfiysical Education 




JOSEPHINE CISLER 


Frankfort 


BBA Accounting 




EDFORD L. CLARK JR. 


Prestonsburg 


BS Biology 






Seniors/Cal-CIa 347 



Ravine Sparks Musical Creativity 



DEBORAH TCLAUNCH 


Harrodsburg 


BBA Accounting 




JOAN ROCHELLE CLAY 


Louisville 


BBA Accounting 




BONNIE L. CLEASBY 


Meshoppen, PA 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




RICHARD COBB 


Richmond 


BS Agriculture 




BERNADETTECOCANOUGHER 


Springfield 


BS Physical Education 




KAREN S. COCKERHAM 


Beattyville 


BS Elementary Education 




DARLENE COLLETT 


Manchester 


BS Interior Design 




DAVID COLLINS 


Jenkins 


BS Industrial Technology 




SANDRA L.COLLINS 


Jackson 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




STEPHEN S. COLLINS 


Nicholasville 


BS Law Enforcement 




RHONDA G. COLVIN 


Foster 


BBA Office Administration 




DOUGLAS D. COMBS 


London 


BBA Finance 




PAULASUECONN 


Louisville 


BA Theatre Arts 




DORIS IRENE CONNOR 


La Lima, Honduras 


BS Interior Design 




TANYA NADINA CONNOR 


La Lima, Honduras 


BS Graphic Arts 




LINDA M. COOK 


Murfreesboro, TN 


BS Elementary Ed. 




DAVID W.COOPER 


E. Bloomfield. NY 


BS Police Administration/AA Security 


NANCY E. COPPOLA 


Orlando, FL 


BS Community Health 




GARY LANE CORNETT 


East Bernstadt 


BA History 




GERALDINE CORNETT 


Hindman 


BS LEN & Corrections 




KIM CORNETT 


Frankfort 


BS Special Ed. /Elementary Ed. 




LONA CORNETT 


Manchester 


BS Communication Disorders 




SHARON KAY CORNETT 


Middlesboro 


BS Elementary & Special Ed. 




GEORGE JOHN COSTAS 


Richmond 


BA Political Sciences 




THOMAS E.COSTELLO II 


Auburn, NY 


BS Police Administration 




CONNIE D. COTTON 


Richmond 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 


JEAN A. COTTON 


Fairfield 


BS Child Development 




WILMER COUCH JR. 


Albany 



BS Physical Education 




i 



348 Seniors/Cla-Cou 



r 




CARL COVEY 


Irvine 


AA Computer Electronics 




Electrical Power Tech. 




JANICE R. COWAN 


Ashiand 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




CRAIG M. COX 


Columbus, OH 


BBA Accounting 




JACQUELINE LOU COX 


Richmond 


BS Physical Education 




KAREN JEAN COX 


Versailles 


BA Art Education 




LARRY R. COX 


Corbin 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




RANDY E. COX 


Cincinnati, OH 


BBA Accounting 




BEVERLY W. CRAIG 


Lexington 


BBA Marketing 




DANIEL PAUL CREAGER 


Milford,OH 


BBA Marketing 




STEVE CRONE 


New Albany, IN 


BS Police Administration 




ALAN CAUL CROOK 


W/iliiamsburg 


BS Physical Education 




DOTTIE L. CROSS 


Albany 


BS Child Development 






ABOVE: With guitars and music in hand. Matt Toftness and Carl Kamphans find the ravine a quiet place to explore and share their 
musical interest 



Seniors/Cov-Cro 349 



RIGHT: Hot afternoons make the cool concrete of the 
Powell Building fountain too good to pass up for a quick 
moment of studying. BELOW: Special lighting of the Powell 
Building and the fountain make eerie silhouettes of stu- 
dents as they gather together on warm fall evenings. 





350 Seniors 



Fountain Offers Place Of Companionship 




JULIE A. CROW 


Louisville 


BBA Accounting 




ARCHIE PREWITT CRUMP JR. 


Louisville 


BS Police Administration 




CHARLES C. CRUSE 


Louisville 


CAROL CRUSH 


Louisville 


BS Nursing 




JEFFREY LANE CULL 


Carrollton 


BS Police Administration 




LINDA SUE CULLER 


Springfield, OH 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




JOYCE ELAINE CUNNINGHAM 


Louisville 


BA Journalism 




LORETTA JEAN CUNNINGHAM 


Louisville 


BA Social Work 




MARCIA LYNN CUNNINGHAM 


Somerset 


BBA Office Administration 




JOHN MARK CURD 


Lexington 


BA General Business 




RANDY M. CUTTER 


Friendship, IN 


BA General Business 




MARILYN CAROL DABNEY 


Lexington 


BA Social/SWK 




SHERI LYNN DALTON 


Monticello 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




PAUL R. DAMRON 


Pikeville 


BA Planning & Development 




TINA DANELAK 


Kettering, OH 


BS Textiles & Design 




LINDA DIANE DAPKUS 


Richmond 


BS Pre-Vet. 




EBRAHIM M. DASTMALCHIAN 


Iran 


BS Computer Electronics 




ERNEST W. DAVIDSON 


Hazard 


BBA General Business 




EDWARD M. DAVIS 


Berea 


BS Medical Record Admin. 




JUDITH A. DAVIS 


Jamestovwn. NY 


BS Physical Education 




LOWELL R. DAVIS 


Monticello 


BBA Accounting 




SHEREE LYNN DAVIS 


Louisville 


BS Physical Education 




TRENT VAN NESS DAVIS 


LaGrange 


BS Industrial Education 




ORLENE DAY 


Smilax 


BBA General Business 




ARTO. DELANEY 


Danville 


BS Agriculture 




SAMUEL M. DeLONG 


Richmond 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




SHARON KAY DEMAREE 


Lancaster 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




KIRK DOUGLAS DENNEY 


Monticello 


BA Painting 






Seniors/Cro-Den 351 



Powell Building Provides Recreation For All 



KAREN BETH DENNY 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Recreation 




BRIDGET C. DENTON 


Louisville 


BS Law Enforcement 




CHRISTINA M. DENZINGER 


Anchorage 


BA Performing Arts 




JANE F. DILLON 


Liberty 


BS Business Education 




LEE WRAY DILLON 


New Lebanon, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




PATSY G. DISNEY 


Franklin, OH 


BS Special Education 




DAVID A. DIXON 


Richmond 


BS Biology 




HERSHEL DIXON JR. 


Bonnyman 


BS Corrections 




TERESA L.DIXON 


Ashland 


BS Public Health - Community Healtfi 


PATTY M. DOGGETT 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




MAUREEN E. DOLAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Nursing 




VICTORIA C. DONOHUE 


Valley Station 


BS Recreation Administration 




CALVIN CLAY DORE JR. 


Richmond 


BS Corrections 




JOHN E, DORGAN JR. 


Independence 


BS Communication Electronics 




FRANCES R. DORSEY 


Ewing 


BS Horticulture 




CATHY E. DOTSON 


Paducah 


BA Music (Violin) 




EVELYN S. DOUGLAS 


Danville 


BS Mattiematics 




DIANE B. DRESCHER 


Louisville 


BS Special Education 




GREGORY LEE DRINGENBURG 


Florence 


BS Agriculture 




DAVID W. DRNEK 


LaPorte, IN 


BA Music Education 




MICHAEL WANE DUGGINS 


Radcliff 


Political Science 




KATHERINE ANN DUNAWAY 


Stanford 


BS Business Education - 




CHARLOTTE V. DuPRE 


Louisville 


BA Interior Design 




DEBORAH L. DURCAN 


Ludlow 


BS Nursing 




DEDRIA D.DURHAM 


Campbellsville 


BS Special Education (LBD) 




LORENZO D. EADS JR. 


Frankfort 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




LAURA L. EASTON 


Dayton, OH 


BBA General Business 




MARY K. ECKSTEIN 


Louisville 



BS Special & Elementary Education 




352 Seniors/Den-Eck 




ABOVE: Concentration is the name of the game whien playing tlie pinball macliines in the Powell Building bowling alley. 




NATALIE SUE EDINGER 


Sylvania, OH 


BA Spanish 




DEBRA ANN EDWARDS 


Campbellsville 


BBA Office Administration 




MICHAEL G. EDWARDS 


Independence 


BS Law Enforcement 




SUSAN COWLES EDWARDS 


Frankfort 


BBA Accounting 




JUDYEFFLER 


Maderia.OH 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




JOHN R. EGGER 


Louisville 


BBS Accounting 




CONNIE L. ELAM S. 


Charleston, OH 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




BRENDA S. ELDRIDGE 


Nancy 


BS Special Ed with Elementary Ed. 




ROBERT LEWIS ELLINGTON 


Somerset 


BBA Accounting 




WANDA JEAN ELLINGTON 


Lynch 


BS Public & Community Health 




GARY D. ELLIS 


Lexington 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 




LINDA J. ELLIS 


Edgewood 


BS Nursing 




ELIZABETH TAYLOR ELSWICK 


Letcher 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




KENNETH TYRONE EMBRY 


Cleveland, OH 


BBA Accounting 




ALLEN D. ENGLE 


Richmond 


BBA General Business 




DARLENE S. ENGLE 


Danville 


BA Social Work 






Seniors/Edi-Eng 353 



RIGHT: A helping hand from willing 
parents enable freshmen to checl< 
into their dorms without too much 
confusion. 




Fall Semester Means New Beginnings 



ANTHONY C. ENLOW 


Hodgenville 


BS Pre-Med 




JOHN ENOS 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




TONI M. ETHINGTON 


Finchville 


BS Nursing 




CYNTHIA ETKIN 


Lima, OH 


BA History & Political Science 




ELAINE EVANS 


Greensburg 


BS Food Service Administration 




EUGENIA EZELL 


Gracey 


BA Music Education 




DEBORAH D. FANNIN 


Prestonsburg 


BA Political Science 




ROBERT E. FARMER 


Winchester 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 




CHERYL F.FARRIS 


Berea 


BS Home Economics Education 




CAROL A. FAULKNER 


Williamsburg 


BS Elementary Ed/Kindergarten 




DONNETTA FAULKNER 


Danville 


BA Social Work 




LINDA G. FERGUSON 


Dry Ridge 


BS Medical Technology 




354 Seniors/Enl-Fer 






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ABOVE: Freedom to play and enjoy friends is a luxury usually enjoyed at the beginning of the fall semester before the academic 
process goes into full swing. 




DENNIS RANDALL FERRELL 


Elizabethtown 


BA Television/Drama 




KATHY LOU FERTIG 


Louisville 


BS Home Economics General 




LYNN K. FIELDS 


Paris 


BS Nursing 




STEVEN W. FIELDS 


Louisville 


BS Environmental Resources 




RICHARD L.FIFIELD 


Calhoun 


BS Law Enforcement 




JONATHAN M. FIGGS 


Lexington 


BA Art 




DANA L. FILBERT 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Public Health 




KINLYNN SUE FISCHER 


Erianger 


BS Police Admin. /Criminalistics 




JANET L.FITZGERALD 


Covington 


BS Environmental Resources 




JANICE CEIL FITZPATRICK 


Hebron 


BA Theatre Arts 




BONNIE G. FLEMING 


West Seneca, NY 


BS Physical Education 




KATHLEEN FLESCH 


Covington 


BS Nursing 





Seniors/ Fer-Fle 355 



Warm Weather Sends Students Outdoors 



TIMOTHY LEE FLYNN 


Cinti.OH 


BA SWK 




NANCY K. FONVILLE 


Ft Mitchell 


BS Public Health (Community) 




JUDITH FORNASH 


Covington 


BS Interior Design 




JOY S. FOWLER 


Westfield, NJ 


BS Nursing 




FAITH M. FREDERICK 


Winchester 


BS Fastiion Design 




RAMONA K. FREEMAN 


S. Williamson 


BS Special Education 




GAYLE A. FRESHWATER 


Springfield, VA 


BS Physical Education 




JOHN MICHAEL FRYMIRE 


Webster 


BS Agriculture 




MARCIAL. FUNKE 


Loveland, OH 


BS Elementary Ed./Kindergarten 




MORRA DAWN FUTRELL 


Winchester 


BS Recreation - Child Care 




BARBARA JOAN GAFFEY 


Owensboro 


BA Journalism 




TIMOTHY L. GAFFIN 


West Union, OH 


BS Physical Education 




ANN MARIE GALIGER 


Ossining, NY 


BA Art 




KEVIN A. GALLAHER 


Louisville 


BA Broadcasting 




DEBORAH LEE GARDNER 


Eliza bethtown 


BS Environmental Health 




REBECCA L. GARDNER 


Pleasureville 


BBS Accounting 




WILLIAM ANTHONY GARRETT 


Cromona 


BS Public Health 




JOE P. GATELEY 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Biology 




JACKIE A. GATLIFF 


Louisville 


BS Nursing 




JENNIFER LEWIS GEIGER 


Dayton, OH 


BA Art 




GLORIA G.GEVEDON 


Hazel Green 


BA Social Work & Law Enforcement 




REBECCA L. GIBBS 


Waddy 


BA Elementary Ed./Kindergarten 




DREEMA D. GIBSON 


Louisville 


BS Special Education LBD 




KYLE GILBERT 


Williamsburg 


B.S. Police Admin./A.A. Juvenile Corrections 


CONNIE S.GILLESPIE 


Hamilton, OH 


BS Nursing 




NANCY ADRIENNE GLUCK 


Cumberland 


BS Public Health 




WILBERT H. GOATLEY JR. 


Eminence 


BA Political Science 




MICHAEL A. GOMEZ 


El Paso, TX 


AA Industrial Electronics 






356 Seniors/Fly-Gom 




LEFT: Warm weather usually draws students outside to work on 
semester art projects. BELOW: The benches by the bookstore provide a 
location for quick conversations between classes. 









PAMELA J. GORENFLO 


Marion, OH 


BS Elem. Ed. /Special Ed. 




DAVIDA L. GRAHAM 


Richmond 


BS Ornamental Horticulture 




GLENNA S. GRAHAM 


Friendship, OH 


BS Nursing 




JAMES H. GRAHAM JR. 


Danville 


BA Broadcasting 




CHARITY CRAVENS 


Louisville 


BS Recreation 




EDWARD G. GRAY 


■ Richmond 


BS Corrections 




THEDA JOY GRAZIANI 


Cold Spring 


BS Special Education 




DONNA K. GREATHOUSE 


Longwood, FL 


BS Physical Education 




WALTER HOWARD GREEN 


Jamestown, NY 


BS Wildlife Management 




CATHERINE MARY GREENE 


Hebron 


BS Child Development with Kinder 


•garten 


STEVEN LLOYD GREENE 


Bedford 


BBA Accounting 




PATRICIA A. GREENWELL 


Morganfield 


BS Elementary/Special Education 




BEULAH GREGORY 


Monticello 


BS Physical Ed. & School Health 




JOANNE GREGORY 


Manchester 


BA Library Science 




LAURA R. GREGORY 


Frankfort 


BA Music Education 




MARGARET B. GRIDER 


Springfield 


BS Medical Assisting 






Seniors/Gor-Gri 357 



RIGHT: The warming sun causes many students to take advantage of 
the ravine as a study area. 






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JEANNE ANN GRIFFIN 


Hamilton, OH 




BS Special Education 






LAUREL JEAN GRIFFIN 


Newark, OH 




BS Elementary Ed. /Special Ed. 






JAMES M. GRIMES 


Paris 




BS Electrical Power 






DARRELL DANE GROSS 


Jackson 




BBA Marketing 






CHARLES A. GRUEN 


Dry Ridge 




BS Drafting 






JOHN M. GRUNDY 


Lebanon 




BS Police Administration 






LORI J. GUNDEL 


York, PA 




BS Law Enforcement 






CINDY A. HACK 


Louisville 




BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 






SAMUEL A. HALL 


Richmond 




BA Geography 






KAREN LEE HAMBLIN 


Louisville 




BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 






ELLEN M. HAMILTON 


Bardstown 





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HIR^fc^ ^-Ia^M ^«»iMi^J- 



BS Business Education 
SUSIE HALL HAMILTON New Port Richey, FL 

BS Elementary Education 

CHARLES R.HAMMONDS JR. Hazard 

BBA Business Administration 
BRENDA R. HAMMONS Danville 

BS Home Economics Education 
VALERIE DALE HAMPTON Florence 

BS Nursing 
PAMELA MARIE HARBIN Jeffersontown 

BS Mathematics 




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358 Seniors/Gri-Har 




PEGGY HARDESTY 


Louisville 


BS Medical Assisting Technology 




SHERRIE DAWN HARDWICK 


Waynesburg 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




BONNIE S. HARGIS 


Danville 


BA Social Work 




TERESA FAYE HARGIS 


Salt Lick 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




CAROLYNN S.HARRIS 


London 


BBA Accounting 




CLINT HARRIS 


Manchester 


BS Police Administration 




KATHY L. HARRIS 


East Point 


BBA Business Management 




PEGGY JEAN HART 


Flemingsburg 


BS Nursing 




JUDITH A. HARVEY 


Bellevue 


BS Recreation 




MICHAEL S. HATCHER 


Louisville 


BS Technical Horticulture 




ALAN K. HATFIELD 


Harlan 


BA Political Science 




DEBRA JEAN HATTER 


Butler, IN 


BS Elementary Education 




JEFFREY D. HATTER 


Yosemite 


BS Elementary Ed. 




R. JEFFREY HATTER 


Auburn, IN 


BS Elementary Ed. 




C. ELAINE HATTON 


Campton 


BBA Office Administration/Medical Si 


3C. 


DAN HAUGHEY 


Springfield, OH 


BA Theatre Arts 




MELINDAL. HAYDEN 


Clifton, VA 


BS Rehabilitation Education 




CHARLES RICHARD HAYES 


Catlettsburg 


BBA Accounting 




RANDELL L. HEABERLIN 


Worth ington 


BS Industrial Education 




JUDY L. HELLARD 


Versailles 


BA Social Work 




ROBIN L.HELTON 


Fourmile 


BBA Accounting 




BEVERLY COLE HENDERSON 


McKee 


BS Business Education 




MARCUS N. HENDERSON 


Harlan 


BBA Real Estate 




MARK S. HENDERSON 


Lexington 


BBA Accounting 




VIOLA ROSE HENDRICKSON 


Cumberland 


BBA Business Admin. EDP 




KAREN RUTH HENSLEY 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




LORENE C. HENSLEY 


Manchester 


BS Special Education 




JENNY HENSON 


Villa Hills 



BA English 



Seniors/Har-Hen 359 



Fall Brings Uncertain Weather 



RONALD K.HENSON 


Maysville 


BBA General Business 




SHERRI JEANN HENSON 


Cynthiana 


BS Recreation Adm. 




JOYCE HERALD 


Vincent 


BS Business Education 




RUTH A. HERRINGTON 


Danville 


BS Elementary Education 




MARKS. HEUCKE 


Medford, OR 


BBA Transportation & Ptiysicai Dist. 


MARK C. HEWSON 


Winchester 


BBA Accounting 




PAULA LYNN HIBBARD 


Manchester 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




SHELIA KAYE HIBBS 


Bardstovim 


BS Elementary Ed. 




MARK W.W. HICKS 


Louisville 


BS Psycliology 




MARGARET A. HIGGINS 


Louisville 


BS Elementary Ed. 




BRIAN KEITH HILDRETH 


Bridgeton, NJ 


BS Police Administration 




JOAN GILLEY HILES 


Pleasant Plain, OH 


BA Art Education 




DORiS E. HILTON 


Springfield 


BS Special Education 




CINDY HINZMAN 


Covington 


BS Special Education 




CATHERINE L. HIRSCH 


Bloomfield Hills, Ml 


BS Physical Education 




DARRELL L. HISEL 


McKee 


BS Agriculture 




PATRICIA ANN HITES 


Prestonsburg 


BS Child Development 




TIMOTHY R. HITES 


Prestonsburg 


BBA Accounting 




DONIE R. HODGE 


Elizabethtown 


BS Elementary Ed. 




BETH MARIE HOLLAND 


Greenbay, WS 


BS Child Development 




MICHAEL THOMAS HOLT 


Lebanon 


BS Recreation & Park Admin. 




VALERIA LYNN HOLT 


Russell Springs 


BS Interior Design 




RAWLEIGH F. HONCHEL 


Hazard 


BS Elementary Ed. 




GREGORY LEE HOOD 


Lawrenceburg 


BS Recreation 




DAViDW.HOSKINS 


West Port. NY 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




DONNA JEAN HOWARD 


Winchester 


BS Elementary Education 




JACQUELINE SUE HOWARD 


Louisville 


BS Corrections 




MARCIA KAY HOWARD 


Lancaster 



BA Music Education 




360 Seniors/Hen-How 




LEFT: Silhouetted by the sharp lines of the Powell Building ar- 
cade, this student attempts to stay dry on his way to class. 
BELOW: Fallen autumn leaves provide a soft cushion for these 
coeds as they study during the last few moments of warm Oc- 
tober weather. 







THOMAS B.HOWELL 

BA Broadcasting 
JOHN MARK HUBBARD 

BBA Marketing 
NANCY J. HUBNER 

AA Accounting 
DENISE LYNN HUBSCH 

BA English 

GREGORY R.HULL 

BBA General Business 
MARY E. HUND 

BS Microbiology & Cliemistry 
NANCY A. HUNGARLAND 

BA English 
NANCY KAY HUNLAY 

BS Public Health 

MARK BRUCE HUNTER 

BS Industrial Arts Education 
ALBERTA HURST 

BS Psychology - Social Work 
PATRICIA ELLIOTT HURST 

BA Political Science 
GARY D. HUSTON 

BS Biology 



Louisville 

Richmond 

San Francisco, CA 

Louisville 

Xenia, OH 

Louisville 

Richmond 

Cincinnati, OH 

Ft. Thomas 

Campton 

Cayton, OH 

London 




RIGHT: Catching up with work before a class 
a coed in the Combs, Building copies notes 
provided by a classmate. 




362 Seniors/How-Hus 




TERESA F.HUSTON 


London 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




WILMA M. HUTCHERSON 


Franl<fort 


BS Psychology 




KENNETH R. HUTCHISON 


Lexington 


BS Geology 




ELOISE L. IGLEHEART 


Shelbyville 


BS Elementary Ed ./Kindergarten 




GLORIAIRVIN 


Louisville 


BA Social Wori< 




CYNTHIA G. ISAAC 


Lexington 


BS Recreation & Parl< Adnnin. 




DEBORAH J. ISAAC 


Lexington 


BS Interior Design 




EARL W. ISAAC 


Fleming 


BS Law Enforcement 




MARY GAIL ISAACS 


Berea 


BBA General Business 




CASSANDRA E. JACKSON 


Louisville 


BS Nutrition 




DANIEL C. JACKSON 


Walton 


BBA Real Estate 




DONALD RAY JACKSON 


Elizabethtown 


BS Architecture 




JOHNW.JESKIE 


Richmond 


BS Biology 




CLARENCE D. JOHNS 


Richmond 


BS Industrial Arts & Manual Arts Th 


er. 


KAREN ELAINE JOHNS 


Paris 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




BARRY C. D. JOHNSON 


McKee 


BS Computer Science 




CYNTHIA JOHNSON 


Waynesburg 


BS Psychology 




JAMES E. JOHNSON 


Neon 


BS Business Electronic Data Proc. 




MARK D. JOHNSON 


Pikeville 


BS Electronic Data Processing 




NANCY D. JOHNSON 


London 


BS Laboratory Technology 




PHILLIP REED JOHNSON 


Hazard 


BBA Business 




SALLY C. JOHNSON 


Bemus Point. NY 


BS Corrections 




BETSY LYNN JONES 


Frankfort 


BA Social Work 




JANEY L. JONES 


Richmond 


BS School Health 




KATHY JONES 


Williamsburg 


BS Home Economics Education 




LYNN YADEN JONES 


Cumberland 


BS Business Education 




MARTHA J. JONES 


Waco 


BS Elementary Education 




MARY MAXWELL JONES 


Glasgow 


BSN Nursing 






Senlors/Hus-Jon 363 



Campus Furnishes Odd Studying Places 



ROBYN LEA JONES 


Richmond 


BS Child Development 




SAMMY G, JONES 


Richmond 


BS Agriculture 




WALTER R. JONES 


Somerset 


BS Special Education 




LINNA ANN JORDAN 


Winchester 


BS Elementary Education 




MICHAEL A. JORDAN 


Lexington 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




LINDA LOUISE JUETT 


Wllliamstown 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




CHRISTINA M. KANE 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




JERRY W. KARR 


Richmond 


BSN Nursing 




TERRIKEELEY 


Louisville 


BBA Accounting 




MARK RANDALL KEENE 


Richmond 


BBA Accounting 




MARY A. KELLY 


Villa Hills 


BS Special Education 




BRUCE KERR 


Shepherdsvllle 


BS Industrial Technology 




DEBORAH C.KIDD 


Versailles 


BME Music Education 




GRETA ELAINE HIDD 


Hazard 


BBA Office Administration 




SARA ANN KING 


Louisville 


BME Music Education 




SHARON L. KING 


Brooksvllle 


BS Elementary Education 




EARL GLENN KIRBY 


Irvine 


BS Physical Education 




THEODORE JOSEPH KORNHOFF 


South Portsmouth 


BS Police Administration 




DAVID H. KRAMER 


Lexington 


BBA Business Administration 




KENNETH J. KREMER 


Louisville 


BBA Marketing 




STEPHEN J. KRIVDA 


Louisville 


BS lED - Manual Arts Therapy 




CAROL JEAN KUEBBING 


Ft. Wright 


BSN Nursing 




GLEN E. KUENZLI 


Haines City, FL 


BS Elementary Education 




RICHARD E. KURTZ 


Richmond 


BBA Real Estate 




MELINDAL. LACINAK 


Cincinnati, OH 


BSN Nursing 




DAVID COLLIER LAIRD 


Richmond 


BBA Marketing 




ROBERT DAVID LAKES 


McKee 


BBA Business Education 




PAMELA LANE 


Bethel, OH 


BS Physical Education 




364 Seniors/Jon-Lan 







ABOVE: The combination of warm weather and an open window is too good for this student to pass up during a psychology 
lecture. 




PAULA LANE 

BS Law Enforcement 
ROBERT D. LANGFORD 

BA Journalism 
DANIEL 0. LANGUEDOC 

BA Social Work 
CHRISTINE FAITH LAUBENHEIMER 

BS Elementary Ed & Special Ed. 

MARY KATHLEEN LEAK 

BS Corrections 
DONNA MARIE LEAR 

BBA Marketing 
SAMMI LEE LeCOMPTE 

BS Biology 
KAREN CHARLENE LEE 

BA Library Science 

KING CHARM LEE 

BS Pre-Med 
DEBBIE J. LEEP 

BS Rehabilitation 
HONI E. LEFF 

BSN Nursing 
HAL W. LEFTWICH 

BS Health Care Administration 



MICHAEL J. LEIENBERGER 

BS Industrial Education 
JOHN E. LEMING 

BS Industrial Arts 
DONALD BRUCE LESTER 

BS Physical Education 
KWAI R. LEUNG 

BS Industrial Electronics 



Kearny, NJ 

Orlando, FL 

Paintsville 

Westfield, NJ 

Pleasant Plain, OH 

Mason, OH 

Shepherdsvllle 

Springdale, OH 

Kowloon, Hong Kong 

Louisville 

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

Orlando, FL 



Ashley, OH 

Crestview Hills 

Harrodsburg 

Kowloon, Hong Kong 



Seniors/Lan-Leu 365 



WILLIAM DAVID LIETTE Culver, IN 

BS Industrial Technology 
CHRISTOPHER L. LILLY Lexington 

BS Police Administration/Pol. Sci. 
LAURA ANNE LINDEMAN Ft. Thomas 

BS Child Development/Kindergarten 
STEPHEN M. LINN Buffalo Grove, IL 

BS Corrections 

CHARLOTTE JACQUELINE LINTNER Louisville 

BSN Nursing 
MEI A. LIO Macau 

BS Industrial Technology 
LANNY E, LOCKETT Danville 

BS Elementary Education 
JADA LYNN LOTHRIDGE Aurora. IN 

BS Special Ed./Elem. 

KAREN ANN LOVE Erianger 

BS Police Ad. 
LINEAR LOVETT Cincinnati. OH 

BS LEN Correction 
NOAH KEVIN LOWHORN Albany 

BS Elementary Education 
RONALD C. LUCAS Louisville 

BBA Business Administration 





Students enjoy the opportunity to get a head start on summer tans, by 
using the benches by the Powell Building and fountain. 



366 Seniors/Lie-Luc 





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CYNTHIA L.LUNDBERG 

BS Police Administration 
NANCY EARL LUNEY 

BS Community Health 
PATRICIA ANNE LUSENHOP 

BA Social Worl< 
EARL M. LUTTRELL 

BS LEN 



PAMELA A. LYONS 

BS Corrections 
RANDY CORBIN LYONS 

BA Political Science 
TOMMY L. LYONS 

BBA General Business 
KIM J. MACKIN 

BSN Nursing 

ROY W. MADDEN 

BBA Management 
LINDA CAROL MAEGLY 

BS Elementary Ed. - Special Ed. 
WANDA BARBARA MANEK 

BS Biology 
C. TOM MANGUS 

BS Agriculture 

NORMA KAY MAPHET 

BS Physical Education 
NIKKI MARASA 

BS Police Admin., Corrections 
STEPHEN E. MARKERT 

BS Law Enforcement 
FRED MARLOWE 

BS Industrial Arts Education 



DONALD P. MARSHALL 
BS Graphic Design 

KAY ALLISON MARSHALL 
BS Elementary Education 

ELIZABETH MARTIN 

BS Police Administration 

MARISA LYNN MARTIN 



Springfield, VA 

Louisville 

Centerville, OH 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Aurora. IN 

Bethlehem 

Louisville 

Sassafras 
Florence 
Louisville 

Richmond 

Milford, OH 

Valley Station 

Louisville 

Lebanon 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Danville 

Richmond 



BA Speech Communications & Human Relations 

MARK GREGORY MARTIN Bristol. VA 

BA Music 
SHERYL ANN MARTIN Finchville 

BS Home Economics Education 
RITA CAROL MASDEN Elizabethtown 

BS Psychology 
ADA JANE MASON Pineville 

BS Interior Design 

CHARLES RICHARD MATTINGLY JR. Louisville 

BA Broadcasting 
MARK EUGENE MATTINGLY Louisville 

BS Corrections 
EDNA SUZANNE MAXWELL Lexington 

BA Theatre 
MARIANNE MAYER Hamilton, OH 

BS Forensic Science 



Seniors/Lun-May 367 



Campus Life Includes Animals 



SHARON KAY MAYNE 


Carpenter 


BS Medical Technology 




MARY JANE McAFEE 


Danville 


BS Elementary Education 




KEVIN McANALLEN 


Pil<eville 


BS Urban Planning & Development 




KATHLEEN MARIE McCABE 


Louisville 


BS Special Education L & BD 




JACKIE LOU Mccarty 


Manchester 


BS Medical Technology 




EDNA LYNNE McCAULEY 


Cynthiana 


BS Elementary Education 




PAMELA D. McCAULEY 


Cynthia 


BS Recreation & Parks Administration 


KIMBERLY C. McCLAY 


Huntsville, AL 


BS Interior Design 




DENISEANNMcCOY 


Louisville 


BS Speech Pathology 




RALPH McCRACKEN III 


Pineville 


BS Police Administration 




GREGORY ALAN McCULLOUGH 


Lexington 


BA Sociology 




LAURI ANN McDOUGALL 


Lexington 


BS Recreation 




GARYA. McFARLAND 


North Middletown 


BS Agriculture 




PATRICIA R. McFARLAND 


Owensboro 


BA Political Science 




BILLIE FAYE McGARVEY 


Jeffersontown 


BSN Nursing 




PATTY SUE McGEORGE 


Manchester 


BS Elementary Education 




KENNETH KIMBER McGUIRE 


Prestonsburg 


BBA Business Management 




MARIE BERNADETTE MclNTIRE 


Bardstown 


BS Dietetics 




JERRY D. MclVER 


Albany 


BS Agriculture 




ROBERT H. McKEE 


Alexandria, VA 


BS Police Administration 




PHYLLIS ANN McKEEHAN 


Frankfort 


BS Biology 




ESTHER FAITH McKINNEY 


McCormick, SC 


BS Corrections & Social Work 




WARREN G. McLEAN 


Midway 


BA Journalism/History 




VALARIE LEA McNABB 


Oak Ridge, TN 


BS Law Enforcement 




CYNTHIA LYNNE McPHERSON 


Vandalia, OH 


BS Law Enforcement 




SUSAN T. McQUADY 


Louisville 


BS Elementary Education 




ROBERT D. McQueen 


Annville 


BS Ornamental Horticulture 




MARSHA MANN McSWAIN 


Springfield 



BS Elementary Ed./Kindergarten 




368 Seniors/May-McS 



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LEFT: The pond in the ravine becomes a watering hole for a thirsty 
canine as he passes through campus. ABOVE: This squirrel balances 
on a bare branch as he begins to gather food for the barewinter ahead. 




STEPHEN B. IVIcSWAIN 

BA Broadcasting 
RITA WARDIUS McVEY 

BS Special Education 
BARRY JAY fwlEADE 

BS Biology (Pre-Vet) 
WILLIAIVl JAY IVIEADE JR. 

BBA Real Estate 



JODIE L. MERRIIVIAN 

BS Wildlife IVIanagement 
VICKY L. f\/IERRITT 

BSN Nursing 
lytELANIE SUSAN MERSCH 

BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 
ROBERT IVIICHAEL MESSfVIER 

BS Physical Education 

CONNIE A. IVllCKENS 

BBA General Business 
ANITA FAYE IVllLBURN 

BS Business Education 
BETHANY L. MILES 

BS Physical Education 
DEBORA R. MILLER 

BS Elementary Education 

DEBORAH LYNN MILLER 

BBA Accounting 
JOHN P. MILLER 

BS Chemistry 
MARTHA LYNN MILLER 

BS Dietetics 
MARY SIENNA MILLER 

BA Broadcasting 



Richmond 

Jackson, Ml 

Paintsville 

Louisville 

Winter Haven, FL 

Mllford, OH 

Ft. Wright 

Verona 

Louisville 

Springfield 

Dayton, OH 

Eminence 

Jackson 

Hagerstown, MD 

Lexington 

Louisville 



Seniors/McS-Mii 369 




ABOVE: During the hectic pace of finals weel<, the library is sometimes the ideal place for a quick nap. 



OVIA MAE MILLER 

Executive Secretary 
ROBERT JOHNSTON MILLER JR. 

BBA Real Estate 
ELIZABETH ANNE MILLS 

BS Physical Ed. /Special Ed. 
ALICE M. MITCHELL 
BSN Nursing 

CHARLES R.MITCHELL 

BS Physical Education 
WARREN B. MITCHELL 

BS Law Enforcement 
LAWRENCE DALE MITCHUM 

BA Broadcasting 
NANCY C. MOBERLY 

BA English 

ROBERTO. MOBERLY 

BA History 
ARLENE MARIE MOCCIA 

BS Mathematics 
CHARLES D. MOFFETT 

BS Police Administration 
RICHARD KEITH MOHER 

BA Political Science 

MARGARET A. MOMAN 

BS Corrections 
CHARLES A. MONICO 

BS Law Enforcement 
SCOTT KINCAID MONROE 

BS Pre-Dentistry 
BRENDA ROLLINS MOODY 

BA Art (Graphic Design) 



Winchester 

Taylorsville 

Lexington 

Ashland 

Lexington 

Frankfort 

Lexington 

London 

Richmond 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Ft. Thomas 

Morganfield 

Meadville, PA 

Van Wert, OH 

Richmond 




370 Seniors/Mil-Moo 



Sleep Is Where You Find It 







CHARLES E.MOODY 


Springfield, OH 


BS Police Administration 




JOSEPH FRANCIS MOONEY, JR. 


Cynthiana 


BS Biology / Chiemistry 




ANNA JEAN MOORE 


Louisa 


BS Psychology 




BILLY W. MOORE 


Richmond 


BBA Marketing 




COLLEEN CLARA MOORE 


Louisville 


BSN Nursing 




DANA LYNN MOORE 


Fern Creek 


BS Speech Pathology 




GERTRUDE ANN MOORE 


Falmouth 


BSN Nursing 




JOHN STEVEN MOORE 


Lexington 


BBA Real Estate 




MARSHA K.MOORE 


Frankfort 


BS Elementary Education 




MARLENE MOORES 


Richmond 


BS Biology 




BILLYE CAROL MORGAN 


Richmond 


BS Recreation 




PAUL MORGAN 


Danville 


BS Recreation & Park Admin. 




SYLVIA JEAN MORRIS 


Somerset 


BBA Finance 




TERRI JEAN MORRIS 


Richmond 


BS Elementary Education 




NANCY ANN MOSS 


Lexington 


BS Recreation & Park Admin. 




JEANNINE SUSAN MOTT 


Troy, OH 


BA Social Work 




DONNA MARIE MUELLER 


Louisville 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




MARY ANN MULCAHEY 


Ft. Wright 


BS Psychology 




DEBBIE MULLEN 


Ft. Wright 


BSN Nursing 




MARILU MULLINEAUX 


Georgetown, IN 


BME Music Education 




JUDYA. MULLINS 


Dayton. OH 


BS Elementary Education 




REJEANA K. MULLINS 


Elkhorn City 


BBA Accounting 




TERESA ANN MUNCY 


Hyden 


BS Community Health 




LYNN A. MURPHY 


Louisville 


BA Legal Assistance 




GLENDA R.MURRAY 


London 


BBA Business Management 




ERNEST NEIL MYERS 


Lebanon 


BS Parks & Recreation Admin. 




DAVID ALLEN NANCE 


Owensboro 


BS Wildlife Management 




JEFFERY NAPIER 


Hazard 


BBA General Business 






Seniors/Moo-Nap 371 



BELOW: During rainy weather a big umbrella is a good friend to tiave around. 





PATRICIAANN NAPIER 

BS Elementary Education 
SMING NAULARGAR 

BS Tech Agriculture 
ZAMAKIMBINDEFRU 

BBA Finance 
VIRGINIA ELAINE NEAL 

BS Physical Education 



JENNIFER NELSON 

BS Recreation 
KAREN M. NEUMANN 

BME Music Education 
MICHAEL PAUL NEWKIRK 

BBA Business Management 
LARRY D. NEWSOME 

BBA Marketing 

TANA M. NEWSOME 

BS Interior Design 
LAWRENCE R. NOLAN 

BBA Finance 
RICHARD HENRY NORFLETT 

BS Pre-Medical Sciences 
HELEN P. NYERGES 

BS Interior Design 



Lexington 

Chiengrai, Thailand 

Mankon, U. Rep. of Cameroon 



Ashland 

Frankfort 

Newark, OH 

Wilmington, OH 

Pikeville 

Monticello 
Louisville 
Cynthiana 
Richmond 




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LEFT: These students seem in deep concentration as ttiey work on an art project In the ravine. 
BELOW: Dr. Thompson welcomes the opportunity of an occasional lecture held outside. 














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LEESAK.O'BANION 


Owen ton 


BS Physical Education 




FELIX N. OBIEFULE 


Orlu, Nigeria 


BBA Business Administration 




DANIEL LEE O'BRIEN 


Ellzabethlown 


BS Specialized Industrial Ed. 




VINCENT H.P. ODONG-WODOLAM 


Anaka, Uganda 


BBA Business Administration 




KEVIN LEE O'DONNELL 


Jeffersontown 


BBA Insurance 




AMY S. ODUM 


Berea 


BS Psychology 




CHERYL H. OLDS 


Frankfort 


BS Therapeutic Recreation 




LOUANN OLIVER 


Beattyvllle 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




LINDA SUE O'NAN 


Louisville 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 




NELL KATHERINE O'NAN 


Springfield 


BS Spec. & Elementary Ed. 




JANET ROWLAND ORME 


Clay City 


BSN Nursing 




DONNA K. OSBORN 


St. Marys, OH 



BS Physical Education 



Senlors/0'Ba-Osb 373 



EDITH VICTORIA OTTER 


Prospect 


BSN Nursing 




VICKIE L. PACK 


South Stiore 


BS Corrections/Police Admin. 




GEORGETTE PADAN 


Portsmouth, OH 


BS Law Enforcement 




PATRICIA ANNE PAGE 


Cincinnati, OH 


BBA Business Management 




PA TTI SUE PAINTER 


Dayton, OH 


BS Elementary Ed. 




MARTHA C. RAPE 


Harrison, OH 


BS Medical Records Admin. 




DAVID BROWN PARKE 


Richmond 


BBA General Business 




DANNY LYNN PARKER 


Berea 


BA Political Science 




DEBIJ. PARKER 


Wheelersburg, OH 


BA Library Science 




JAMES S. PARKER 


Newport 


BA Broadcasting/Sociology 




MICHAEL LYNN PARKER 


Neon 


BBA Business Management 




SANDRA L. PARKEY 


Summerset 


BA Sociology 







Music major Howard Williams chooses the ravine for his classroom as he 
works with Model student Suzanne Leung and her music. 




374 Seniors/Otf-Par 



Natural Setting Inspires Learning 




ELLEN L.PARRIS 


Frankfort 


BS Elementary and Special Education 




SHARON PARRIS 


Frankfort 


BS Special Education 




JANIS M. PARROTT 


Lexington 


BS Medical Tectinology 




JOHN DAVID PARSONS 


Berea 


BBA Real Estate 




DONALD G. PASSENANT 


Long Island, NY 


BS Recreation & Parl< Admin. 




DAVE W. PATTON 


Jackson 


BS Industrial Tectinology 




REBECCA PATTON 


Carrollton 


BS Parl< & Rec. Admin. 




DANIEL CURTIS PEERY 


Cincinnati, OH 


BBA General Business 




DONNA F. PELL EY 


Lexington 


BS Mattiematics 




MARGARET ELLEN PENCE 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




LIBBY ANN PENNINGTON 


Winchester 


BS Recreation 




JOE M. PERKINS 


Woodbine 


BBA Real Estate 




LEANNEPERME 


Louisville 


BS Horticulture 




DAVID ALLEN PETREY 


Corbin 


BS Police Administration 




MICHAEL JOSEPH PEWTHER 


Cincinnati, OH 


BA Art 




KIMBERLY ANN PFEFFER 


Maysville 


BSN Nursing 




AMY LOUISE PHILLIPS 


Hazard 


BS Ctiild Development 




STEVEN R. PHILLIPS 


Danville 


BS Wildlife Management 




SUSAN D. PHILLIPS 


Stielbyville 


BME Music Education 




WILLIAM R. PHIPPS 


Barbourville 


BBA Marketing 




SAMMIEE. PIGG 


Lexington 


BA Political Science, History 




RUTH RENEE PINKSTON 


Russell 


BBA Office Administration 




RICHARD DOUGLAS PITTS 


Lima, OH 


BBA Marketing 




DEBRA SUE PLENZ 


Hamilton, OH 


BS Mattiematics 




EDITH MAY POTTS 


Lexington 


BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 




WILLIAM THOMAS PRATHER 


Campbellsburg 


BBA Business Management 




RICHARD ALLEN PRESTON 


Danville 


BBA General Business 




GARRY LEWIS PRICE 


Richmond 


BS Geology 





Seniors/Par-Pri 375 



Inspiration Comes in Many Forms 



HARRY F.PRICE 


Osceola Mills, PA 


BA History 




SARA M. QUARLES 


Frankfort 


BS Elementary Ed ./Kindergarten 




CARLA M. QUINN 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Occupational Therapy 




LEE D. QUINN 


Louisville 


BBA Marketing 




KAREN M.RAAP 


Louisville 


BSN Nursing 




SUSAN K. RAMBO 


Frankfort 


BS Elementary Ed. /Spec. Kindergarten 


CELESTE MARIE RAPIER 


Bardstown 


BS Elementary Education 




BARBARA ANN RASH 


Ripley, OH 


BS Elementary Ed./Kindergarten 




WADEL. RASNER 


Booneville 


BA Economics 




TERRY A. RAULERSON 


Knoxville, TN 


BS Deaf Education 




SANDRA LEE RAY 


Louisville 


BS Interior Design 




CHARLES W. RAYBURN 


Bowling Green 


BS Police Administration 




GAR A. READ 


Park Hills 


BBA Accounting 




GARRY L. READER 


Valley Station 


BS Elementary Education 




KEVIN S. RECK 


Versailles, OH 


BS Police Admin. & Corrections 




SHARON L. REED 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Interior Design 




MARY E. REESE 


Louisville 


BS Recreation & Park Admin. 




DANNY C. REEVES 


Corbin 


BA Political Science 




ELIZABETH G. REEVES 


Dayton, OH 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




RENEEANNREFFETT 


Winchester 


BA Spanish 




THERESA P. REYES 


Harlan 


BS Public Health 




JANET T. REYNOLDS 


Danville 


BS Elementary Education 




JOE M. REYNOLDS 


RayvKick 


BS Industrial Technology 




MARY MARGARET RICE 


Flemingsburg 


BSN Nursing 




PAMELA KAY RICE 


Manchester 


BA Social Work 




KIM MELISSA RIEGEL 


Remington, NJ 


BS Corrections 




NANCY C. RIGGIN 


Louisville 


BME Music Education 




ANNEATTA GAIL RILEY 


Neon 


BS School Health 






376 Seniors/Prl-Ril 





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ABOVE: BSU members turn to puppets to relay their messages to students in the Powell Building. 




REX L. RIPPLE 


Richmond 


BBA Accounting 




BEVERLY ROBERTS 


Frankfort 


BS Special Education 




GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS 


Erianger 


BS Industrial Education 




SHERRY LYNN ROBERTS 


Manchester 


BA Social Work 




BARBARA J. ROBERTSON 


Danville 


BS Physical Education 




RICHARD C. ROBERTSON 


Lawrenceburg 


BS Physics 




SHERRY ROBERTSON 


Lexington 


BS Physical Education/School Health 




KAREN JANE ROBINSON 


Lexington 


BS Business Education 




RICKG.ROESEL 


Ft. Thomas 


BA Broadcasting 




BEVERLY ANN ROGERS 


Somerset 


BS Elementary Education 




MICHAEL E. ROGERS 


Lancaster 


BA History 




THOMAS L. ROSENBAUM 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Police Administration 




GERALD D.ROSS 


Elizabethtown 


BBA Finance 




JULIE DAWN ROSS 


Louisville 


BS Business Education 




LOU ANN ROSS 


Danville 


BS Public Health 




MARILYNN G. ROSS 


Louisville 


BS Elementary Ed. & Kindergarten 






Seniors/Rip-Ros 377 



A special Halloween party at J. Sutter's Mill 
brougtit out a variety of costumes and faces 
belonging to Eastern students. 





378 Seniors 








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LINDA ARLEENROWE 


Pikeville 


BBA Marketing 




STEVE A. ROWE 


Owensburg 


BA Broadcasting 




LINDA JILL ROY 


Somerset 


BS Child Development 




KATHY L. ROYER 


Springfield, OH 


BA Art (Graphic Design) 




KENNETH B.RUSSELL 


Frankfort 


BS Police Administration 




NORMAN A. RUSSELL 


Kingston, Jamaica 


BBA Business Management 




SUE L. RUSSELL 


Cincinnati, OH 


BBA Marketing 




JANE ELLEN RYE 


Flemingsburg 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




TONYA R.SALLEE 


Ft. Mitchell 


BSN Nursing 




SANDRA JEAN SAMUELS 


Fairdale 


BS Occupational Therapy 




JANE R. SANDS 


Lexington 


BS Spec. Ed. 




TERRY A. SANNER 


Dayton, OH 


BS Law Enforcement 




DORAL. SATTERLY 


Frankfort 


BS Elementary Ed. & Kindergarten 




JEFFREY HARRISON SATTERLY 


Glasgow 


BBA Finance 




MARY E. SCALLON 


Kendall Park, NJ 


BS Nursing 




BRIAN J. SCANLON 


Rochester, NY 


BS Law Enforcement 




R. DOUGLAS SCHLOSSER 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Ornamental Horticulture 




CATHERINE SCHMIDT 


Vandalia, OH 


BS Elem. Ed. /Lib. Science 




BETH SCHNIER 


Ft. Thomas 


BBA Marketing 




TINA ELLEN SCHOEWE 


Littleton, NH 


BA Speech Comm. & Human Relations 


DONNAA.SCHULTZ 


Midway 


BS Physical Education 




THOMAS W. SCHULTZ 


Buffalo, NY 


BS lET Manual Arts 




HELGA MARIA SCHUSTER 


Dayton, OH 


BA Social Work 




JANET M. SCHWERMAN 


Highland Hts. 


BBA Accounting 




DEBORAH K. SCOTT 


Berea 


BME Music Education 




WALLACE DUVAL SCOTT 


Louisville 


BS Technical Horticulture 




CHRISTINA ANNE SCRIBNER 


Brooksville 


BS Business Education 




DAVID SEEWER 


Louisville 



BS Police Administration 



Seniors/Row-See 379 



MARY LOUISE SELL Wallins Creek 

BBA Business Admin - Management 
KATE SENN Louisville 

BS Horticulture 
SUKAWAT SENYWONGSE Bangkok, Thailand 

BBA Finance 
JOSEPH W. SESSIONS Long Beach 

BS Police Administration 



MARSHALL SEXTON 


Jenkins 


BS Industrial Technology (Computer) 




TERESA LYNN SEYFRIT 


Richmond 


BS Elementary Education 




JEANNE C. SHAFER 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Law Enforcement - Corrections 




BRENDA LOU SHAFFER 


Sturgis 


BBA Finance 




PATRICK M.SHAW 


Spencerport, NY 


BS Police Administration 




LILLIAN R. SHELTON 


Somerset 


BS Elementary Ed. & Recreation 




TAWANNA L. SHEPARD 


Fairfield, OH 


BA History 




UDRON SHINAWATRA Chi 


engmai, Thailand 


BBA Business Management 




MARYE. SHIREMAN 


MIddletown 


BS Special Education 




MAGDA LYNN SHIRLEY 


Georgetown 


BS Elementary Education 




MARY GWENDOLYN SHOCKENCY 


Lebanon 


BS Elementary & Special Ed. 




JON! J. SHORT 


Tompkinsville 


BS Dietetics 




CHRISTIAN S.SHRIMPTON 


Cincinnati, OH 


BA History 




JOHN W. SHUMWAY JR. 


Lexington 


BA Journalism 




PAUL H. SIEVERS 


Louisville 


BME Music Education 




DEBRA A. SIMPSON 


Norwood, OH 


BS Home Economics 




KATHY M.SIMPSON 


Lancaster 


BBA Office Administration 




KENNETH W. SIMS 


Lancaster 


BBA Management 




BILLIE E. SIZEMORE 


Bear Branch 


BA English Education 




PATRICK WAYNE SKEES 


Big Cliffy 


BBA Accounting 




GAYLEANNSKIDMORE 


Jamestown, NY 


BA History 




DAVID F. SLAGLE 


Somerset 


BS Special Education 




CARL GREGORY SLONE 


Waverly, OH 


BS Physical Education 




IDA LOUISE SLUSHER 


Plnevliie 


BSN Nursing 






380 Senlors/Sel-Slu 








VIRGINIA ALICE SLUSHER 


Middlesboro 


BS Deaf Education 




MIKE A. SMALLWOOD 


Dorton 


BS Law Enforcement 




BRENDA K. SMITH 


Louisville 


BA Broadcasting 




CHRISTI LEE SMITH 


Fairfield, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




DAVID V.SMITH 


Lancaster 


BA Social Work 




EUGENE JOSEPH SMITH JR. 


Oil City. PA 


BS Police Admin. 




JOHN BARON SMITH 


Paintlick 


BS Pre-Med 




MADONNA JEAN SMITH 


Springfield 


BS Public Health 




MICHAEL D.SMITH 


South Point, OH 


BS Recreation & Park Admin. 




MITZI A. SMITH 


Danville, VA 


BSN Nursing 




PATRICIA E. SMITH 


Corbin 


BS Physical Education 




ROBERT LINTON SMITH 


Pikeville 


BA Art Education 






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Spring Graduation Draws IVIany 



SHERRI SMITH 


Manchester 


BA English 




MAURICE RAY SMITHER 


Owenton 


BBA Accounting 




JOHN W. SNEDEGAR 


Owingsville 


BBA General Business 




JERRY D. SNOWDEN 


Irvine 


BS Industrial Tectinology 




STACIE M.SNYDER 


Lexington 


BS Ptiysical Ed/Athletic Training 




JEFFERY DALE SOLE 


Parkersburg, WV 


BS Wildlife Management 




SANDRA LYNN SORRELL 


Trenton, OH 


BS Physical Education 




MICHAEL DON SPARKS 


Irvine 


BBA Marketing 




JOHN S, SPENCER 


Winchester 


BS Biology 




NEVA SHARLENE SPENCER 


Winchester 


BS Business Education 




ANNE F, SPRINGMAN 


Mason, OH 


BS Recreation & Park Admin. 




MARGARET SUSAN SPURLIN 


Richmond 


BS Psychology 




KIMBERLY STACKS 


Shippensburg, PA 


BBA Business Administration 




PAMELA A. STACKS 


Shippensburg, PA 


BS Police Administration 




JANICE ELAINE STAFFORD 


Danville 


BBA Office Administration 




PATRICIA KAY STAHL 


Nitro, WV 


BA Sociology 




JAMES MICHAEL STAHLHUT 


Indianapolis, IN 


BS Industrial Technology 




PAUL W. STAKER 


Stockdale, OH 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




NADRA RENE STAMPER 


Irvine 


BBA Marketing 




TERESA STAMPER 


Booneville 


BSN Nursing 




BETH ANN STANTON 


Franklin, PA 


BSN Nursing 




SARAH DABNEY STAPLES 


Ravenna 


BS Pre-Med 




ROMMIE MICHAEL STARKS 


Covington 


BS Industrial Education 




TERESA J. P. STARNES 


Winchester 


BS Elementary Ed. & Kindergarten 




JILLE. STEGER 


Florence 


BBA Accounting 




JILL L. STEINMETZ 


Charleston, WV 


BA Sociology/Social Work 




MARGARET C. STEVENS 


Lawrenceburg 


BS Public Health - Community 




MARTIN L. STEVENS 


Skaneateles, NY 



BS Police Administration 




382 Seniors/Smi-Ste 



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ABOVE: Alumni Coliseum Is packed with family and friends as spring graduates accept their diplomas from Dr. J. C. Powell. 




MARY ANGELA STEVENSON 

BS Interior Design 
SHARON LOUISE STEVENSON 

BS Industrial Tech. (Draftmg/Arch.) 
CASSANDRA GAIL STEWART 

BS Public Health 
DON STEWART 

BBA Marketing 

ROY T. STEWART 

BS Industrial Technology 
MARY L. STINNETT 

BA Art 
DEBRA CAY STINSON 

BSN Nursing 
SHELBY ALAN STIRN 

BS Horticulture 



PAULA JEAN STOLTZ 

BS Corrections 
LYNN GARDEN STORY 

BS Interior Design 
TERRY R. STREET 

BA Art 
NANCY DEAN STROTHER 

BS Corrections 



MARCIA SUE STUTZMAN 

BS Recreation 
SCOTT SUDDUTH 

BBA Data Processing 
STANLEY DWIGHT SURRATT 

BS Wildlife Management 
DEBBIE A. SUTFIN 

BS Psychology 



Louisville 

Paris 

Elizabethtown 

Cincinnati. OH 

Worthville 

Nicholasville 

Richmond 

Middletown 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Corbin 

Corbin 

Findlay. OH 

Frankfort 

Midway 

Miamisburg, OH 



Seniors/Ste-Sut 383 



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ABOVE: Future hopes and plans are discussed by Coach Roy KIdd as he works with the Colonels during pre-season prac- 
tices. 



BRUCE MICHAEL SWAGLER 


East Rochester, NY 


BS Police Administration 




SUSIE LEE SWEAT 


Richmond 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




JENNIFER A, SWOPE 


Lexington 


BBA General Business 




SELBY SUE TACKETT 


Robinson Creek 


BS Vocational Rehabilitation 




EVERETT D.TALBERT 


Lexington 


BBA Business Administration 




CONNIE JEAN TAMME 


Lebanon Jet. 


BS Medical Laboratory Technology 




CLIFFORD A. TAYLOR 


Essie 


BS Elementary Education 




JOHN H. TAYLOR 


Monticello 


BBA Marketing 




PAMELA C.TAYLOR 


Waynesville, OH 


BS Recreation & Park Admin. 




VIRGINIA CHARLENE TAYLOR 


Shepherdsville 


BS Public Health 




DEBBIE A. TERRELL 


Louisville 


BS Interior Design 




JANE EVELYN TERRY 


Lexington 


BME Music Education (Piano) 




JAMES E.THOMAS JR. 


Hopkinsville 


BS Police Admin., 




MICHAEL WAYNE THOMAS 


Annville 


BS Law Enforcement & History 




SUSAN JOAN THOMAS 


Columbus, OH 


BS Physical Education 




AARON THOMPSON JR. 


Manchester 



BA Political Science 




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Team Spirit Begins With Coach Kidd 




DAVID LEE THOMPSON 

BBA Transportation & Phys. DIst. 
KAREN JOAN THOMPSON 

BS Elementary Education 
SHELIA DARLENE THOMPSON 

BBA Business Marketing 
RICKY LEE THURMAN 

BA Broadcasting 

CAYLENTICHENOR 

BA Journalism 
CONNIE SUE TINCHER 

BS Psyctnology & Data Processing 
ALICE D, TODD 

BS Special Education 
ROXANE M. TOMASI 

BS Police Administration 



JEFFREY DAVID TOUVELLE 

BS Police Administration 
JOYCE P. TREBOLO 

BS Nursing 
RICHARD W. TREMBATH 

BS Fire Prevention & Control 
MARCIA LEE TRODAHL 

BS Wildlife Management 

HORRELL C. TROGDLEN 

BS Physical Education 
THOMAS M. TROTH 

BA Music 
KAREN S. TUCKER 

BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 
RHOJALIA KAYE TUDOR 

BS Elementary Ed. /Hearing Impaired 



SHERRYE LYNN TUGGLE 

BS Interior Design 
CYNTHIA L. TUPMAN 

BA Political Science 
BELINDA GAYLE TURLEY 

BA Social Work 
DOTTIE TURNER 

BS Elementary Ed. /Kindergarten 

ESTHER CAROLYN TURNER 

BA Art 
JAN MARIE TURNER 

BS Dietetics 
NEANA SUSAN TURNER 

BS Fashion Merchandising 
ROBI L. TURNER 

BS Elementary Education 

TOMMY T.TURNER 

BS Police Administration 
VERNON DALE TURNER 

BA History 
TERESA KAY TUSSEY 

BS Fashion Merchandising 
DOUGLAS ALAN ULRICH 

BBA Marketing 



Manchester 

East Bernstadt 

Louisville 

Lawrenceburg 

Nicholasville 

Tyner 

Shelbyville 

Greeley. CO 

Barnesville. OH 

Brodhead 

North Street, Ml 

Richmond 

Owensboro 

Lynchburg, OH 

Lancaster 

Waco 

Louisville 

Florence 

Hazard 

Fraser, Ml 

Beattyville 

Bethel, OH 

Louisville 

Jackson 

Lexington 

Jackson 

Lancaster 

Cincinnati. OH 



Seniors/Tho-UIr 385 



Ravine is a Natural Classroom 



JENNIFER A. UTZ 


Florence 


BS Physical Education 




JENNY L. VAN HOOK 


Somerset 


BA Sociology 




JANE E. VARNEY 


S. Charlestown, WV 


BA Social Work 




L. BOBBIE VARNEY 


Huddy 


BBA Management 




VICKIVIARS 


Hyden 


BS Physical Education 




DIANNE MARIE VOGT 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




DAVID A. WAGNER 


Wheelersburg, OH 


SUSAN M. WAHLBRINK 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Corrections & Sociology 




CHARLES F.WALKER 


Somerset 


BA Broadcasting 




DONALD K. WALKER 


Springboro, OH 


BS Wildlife Management 




RITA G. WALLEN 


Allen 


BBA Accounting 




DEBORAH E. WARD 


Louisville 


BS Mathematics 




ROBERT J. WARD 


Richmond 


B3 Pre-medical Sciences 




ARCHIE L. WARE 


Shelbyville 


BS Horticulture 




DEAN ALAN WARREN 


Middletown 


BBA Marketing 




DANNY L. WATSON 


Louisville 


BS Wildlife Management 




DEBBIE WATSON 


Flemingsburg 


HAROLD GLENN WATSON 


Frankfort 


BS Wildlife Management 




ETHEL CHARLENE WATTS 


Waynesburg 


BS Home Economics Education 




GEORGE C. WATTS 


Sonora 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




WILLIAM B. WATTS 


Sonora 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




DIANE WEAVER 


Louisville 


BS Elementary/Special Education 




MALLORY A. WEAVER 


Blanchester, OH 


BS Corrections, Sociology 




DORA L. WEBB 


Prestonsburg 


BA Broadcasting 




ANTHONY L.WEBBER 


Newton, MA 


BS Physical Education 




TERRI J. WEIER 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Community Health 




ANTHONY PAUL WEINGARTNER JR. 


New Rich., OH 


BS Industrial Education 




BREWIER WAYNE WELCH 


Bedford 




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JOHN M.WENZ 

BBA Accounting 
CYNTHIA LOUISE WENZEL 

BS Special/Elementary Education 
BILLY JACK WEST 

BBA Business Administration 
ROY JOSEPH WEST 



DIANA LYNN WESTERMAN 

BS Interior Design 
CHARLES DAVID WESTRICK 

BA Speech Comm. & Human Relations 
ANNE MERCER WHARTON 

BS Home Economics Education 
LISA MARIE WHEAT 

BS Special Ed. /Elementary Ed. 



Augusta 

Cincinnati, OH 

Monticello 

Wilmington, OH 

Ludlow 

Carrollton 

Springfield 

Louisville 



KIMBERLY ANN WHEELER 

BS Police Ad/Criminalistics 
TERRY M. WHEELER 

BS Biology 
RANDY LEE WHITAKER 

BS Agriculture 
DENITA CAROL WHITE 

BA Legal Secretary 



Harrisburg 

Richmond 

Waynesville. OH 

Palntlick 




LEFT: A trip to the ravine is routine for this 
botany class while studying various plants 
located in the area. 



Seniors/Wen-Whi 387 



JAMES R.WHITE 


Frankfort 


BA Broadcasting 




MYRNA C, WHITE 


Louisville 


BBA Data Processing 




SHELBY RANDELL WHITE 


Richmond 


BA Legal Assistancy 




MARY M, WHITED 


Jenkins 


BSN Nursing 




VICKIE L.WHITLOCK 


Park Hills 


BA Art Education 




KEVIN WAYNE WHITMAN 


Louisville 


BS Physical Education 




CLARICE WIGGINS 


Langston, OK 


BA Speech Education 




JOSEPH WIGGINS 


Brooklyn, NY 


BS Physical Education & Health 




REBECCA G.WILHOIGE 


Dry Ridge 


BA Social Work 




GARY BLAINE WILKERSON 


Springfield 


BS Physical Education 




MARGARET WILKERSON 


Ft. Mitchell 


BS Recreation 




ELIZABETH ANNE WILLHITE 


Joplin, MO 


BS Physical Education 




CAROL ANN WILLIAMS 


Richmond 



BS Wildlife Management 
JAMES M. WILLIAMS Corbin 

BA Speech Comm. & Human Relations 
JANETTA KAREN WILLIAMS Corbin 

BBA Business Education 
CHARLES EDWARD WILSON JR. Rockville, MD 

BA History 



DOUG WILSON 


London, OH 


BBA General Business 




KATHERINE A. WILSON 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Physical Education 




KATHEY JUNE WILSON 


Faubush 


BS Dietetics, 




LEWIS WILSON II 


Berea 


BS Psychology & Broadcasting 




VALYA WILSON 


Ashland 


BA Social Work/Psychology 




WENDY D. WILSON 


Butler, IN 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




VERMAN RAY WINBURN 


Fisherville 


BS PaD 




PATRICIA L. WINDHAM 


Louisville 


BA Social Work 




JANE ANN WINGATE 


Frankfort 


BS Rehabilitation Ed. /Social Work 




RICK A. WOESTE 


Alexandria 


BA Political Science 




STEPHEN WAYNE WOLFZORN 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Police Administration 




PAMELA JO WOOD 


Bardstown 


BS Medical Records Technology 






388 Seniors/Whi-Woo 




REBECCA ANNE WOOD Loveland, OH 

BSN Nursing 
REBECCA E. WOOD Frankfort 

BS Child Development (Kindergarten) 
CLINTON L. WOODFORD Skaneateles, NY 

BS LEN - Police Administration 
MICHAEL LAMONT WOODS Lexington 

BA Social Work 



REGINA KEARN WOODS 


Hardinsburg 


BS Agriculture 




DEBORAH WOOLFORK 


Lexington 


BS Elementary/Kindergarten Ed. 




PATRICIA LYNN WOOTON 


Somerset 


BA Sociology 




LEIGHTON F. WORRELL 


Irvine 


BS Physical Education 




DANNY CRAIG WRIGHT 


Dorton 


BBA Management 




JEROME P. WRIGHT 


Louisa 


BS Mathematics 




KIM N. WRIGHT 


Fairborn, OH 


BS Child Development 




LINDA D. WYLIE 


Springfield. OH 


BS Interior Design 




ANDREA B.YADEN 


Bardstown 


BS Physical Education 




SHARON KAYE YEAGER 


Finchville 


BS Physical Education 




MARK H. YELLIN 


Oaklyn. NJ 


BS Industrial Education 




FRED DOUGLAS YOUNG 


Lexington 



BBA Business Management 



London 



Cincinnati, OH 



JUDY ANN YOUNG 

BS Special Education 
ROBIN ADELE YOUNG 

BS Graphic Design (Illustration) 
FRANK ZUCCALA East Long Meadow, MA 

BA History Education 
BRENDA ZULLO Lewes, DE 

BS Recreation 



JAMES A.ZWAHLEN 

BBA Business Management 
DEBRA A. ZYCH 

BS Police Administration 



Waynesburg 
Dayton, OH 



Seniors/Woo-Zych 389 




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CATHYA. ARRIGON 

MPA Public Administration 
CATHERINE JOYCE BAKER 

MA Special Education 
ELWOOD L. BLAKE 

ROGER D. BLANKENSHIP 

MS Parks & Recreation Admin. 



Maineville, OH 

Mt. Vernon 

Huntingdon Valley, PA 

Leitchfield 



SUSAN BOLTON Walton 

MA Home Economics Education 
CAMELLIA CASEY Salem. VA 

MA Industrial & Comm. Services Counseling 
RITA J. CHESNUT Jenkins 

MA Home Economics Education 
LOREN CHILDRESS Radcliff 

MA Physical Education 



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SUWATCHINDAVANICH 1 


Bangkok, Thailand 


Law Enforcement 




DEBORAH LORRAINE CHOATE 


Loveland, OH 


MA Industrial & Community Services 




SUSAN ELAINE COMPTON 


Martin 


MA Music 




JAMES M. CREAGER 


Kettering, OH 


MBA Accounting 




ARTHUR CREAST JR. 


Covington 


MA Secondary Art Education 




CONNIE SUE CUNDIFF 


Liberty 


MA Psychology - Special Education 




ROBERT PAUL DANKO 


Richmond 


MBA Management 




MARTHA MARTIN DAUGHERTY 


Union 


MA Art Education 




JUDY A. DAVENPORT 


Flint, Ml 


MA Student Personnel 




JOHN D. DAVENPORT 


Chattanooga, TN 


MA Sports Administration 




ROBERT L DAVIS 


Clay City 


MA Physical Education, Driver Ed. 




CARRIE L. DEAN 


Harrodsburg 


MA Business Education 




ANDREA G.DEATON 


Richmond 


MS Chemistry 




BRENDA SUE DeBORD 


Crab Orchard 


MA Allied Health 




SANDRA J. DICK 


Bethel, OH 


MARY F. DORRIS 


Lexington 


MA Special Education 




KAREN DRAKE 


Lexington 


MA Biology 




PHYLLIS GAY DUNAWAY 


Richmond 


MA Education & History 




THOMAS W. DYKE 


Richmond 


Police Administration 




ROLAND KEITH EAST 


Nicholasville 


MA Education 





Graduates/Arr-Eas 391 



High Schoolers Meet Powell 



WARREN J. ENGLISH Richmond 

MA English 
DENNIS A. ERICKSON Beaverton, OR 

MS Criminal Justice 
HELEN MARIE FARDO Richmond 

MA Education & History 
ROBERT L. FIGLESTAHLER JR. Sciotoville, OH 

MS Criminal Justice 

SUSAN L. FINK Wirtz.VA 

MS Geology 
RICHARD E. FRYMAN Englewood, OH 

MA Industrial Education 
TRUDY C. GROSSMAN Hillside, NJ 

MA Sports Admin. /Physical Education 
CAROLYN A. HAAG Lexington 

MA Physical Education 



CAROLYN ANN HARNESS 


Louisville 


MA Art Education 




KENNETH F. HATFIELD 


Elizabethtown 


MBA Finance 




CHARLES M. HELLEBUSCH 


Lexington 


MA Sociology 




BRENDA KAY JACKSON 


Danville 


MA School Health 


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AMY T.H.JEN 


Taiwan 


MA Home Economics 




MICHAEL G. JOHNSTON 


Hopkinsville 


MS Geology 




FRED HAYS KARR 


Lexington 


MS Industrial Technology 




BILLYE KILLMAN 


Richmond 


Family Nurse Practioner 




KEITH K.W.KO 


Hong Kong 


MS Biology 




MARY E. LANG 


Richmond 


MBA General Business 




MARY JO LEATHERS 


Campbellsville 


MA Library Science 




ROBERT A. McCLEESE 


Lexington 


MA Sociology/Psychology 




wiLLARD Mcintosh 


Maineville, OH 


BBA Real Estate 




RICHARD L. McQUADY 


Louisville 


MBA Accounting 




KEVIN C. MITCHELL 


Richmond 


MS Industrial Technology 




KATHRYN J. NIXON 


Louisville 


MA Elementary Education 




PATRICIA JEANNE NOVAK 


Huntington Station, NY 


MA Physical Education 




RICHARD T. OWEN 


Nevif Castle 


MS Criminal Justice 




BRENDA J. PEACE 


Williamsburg 


MA English 




THERESA ANN PENNINGTON 


Lexington 


MS Juvenile Corrections 






392 Graduates/Eng-Pen 




LEFT: Dr. Powell ponders a question 
put before him by one of the high 
school journalists at campus during the 
summer journalism workshop. 










ALAN p. PETERSON 


Kettering, OH 


MA Physical Education 




RODNEY T. PERRY 


Frankfort 


MA Biology 




STEPHEN AARON PITZ 


Middlesboro 


MA Criminal Justice Education 




PANSIRI PRAPAWAT 


Bangkok, Thailand 


MS Criminal Justice 




MARTHA ANN PRICE 


Paris 


MS Recreation & Park Admin. 




HOWARD WILLIAM RANKIN JR. 


Burton, OH 


. MBA Accounting 




KIMBERLEY H. RITTENOUR 


Cincinnati, OH 


MA Spanish 




MICHAEL BENJAMIN ROBERTS 


Louisville 


MA Music 




RUTHN. ROGNESS 


Wheatland, WY 


BS Nursing 




ARTHUR J. SCIUBBA 


Havertown, PA 


MA Physical Education 




TENA MICHELE STAHLHUT 


Paducah 


MA Physical Education 




SHARON ANN STEPHENS 


Russell Springs 


MA Education - Student Personnel 




DEBORAH E. TATTER 


Louisville 


MBA Business Administration 




GIBSON ADENIYI TOGUNDE 


Ibadan, Nieria 


MS Biochemistry 




RONNIE WAYNE VANOVER 


Benham 


MA Art Education 




SAM M. WARD 


Hazard 


MA Student Personnel 




ALICE C. WATTS 


Campbellsville 


MBA Accounting 




ALICE C. WIEDEMER 


Louisville 


MA Physical Education 




SHIRLEY D. WINTJEN 


Lincoln, DE 


MA Physical Education 





Graduates/Pef-WIn 393 



NOVANIAAKERS 

AA Medical Secretary 
VICKIE BALLARD 

AA Administrative Office Services 
JEANIE BOND 

AA A. D. Nursing 
KAREN LEE BOWLING 

AA Child Care 

ROSEMARY BOWMAN 

AA Corrections 
MIKE S. BRILL 

AA Computer Tech 
JOSEPH E. BROOKS 

AA Nursing 
BETTY CAMPBELL 

AA Child Care 



MARY JO CAMPBELL 

AA Child Care 
PAMELA S. CAMPBELL 

AA Nursing 
ROBERT S. CARLISLE 

AA Drafting & Design 
BEVERLY A. CHENAULT 

AA Dietetic Technician 

RHONDA G.CHURCHILL 

AA Child Care 
DEBRA S. CLARK 

AA Nursing 
LAURA A. COHEN 

AA Nursing 
LINDA M. COLE 

AA Legal Secretary 

JEANM.CONLEY 

AA Recreation Supervision 
CATHERINE A. CORBETT 

AA Nursing 
JANAN KAY CRABTREE 

AA Interior Decoration 
STEPHEN CRAYCRAFT 

AA Drafting & Design 

RUSSELL EUGENE DAVID 

AA Agriculture 
YOLANDA S. DAVIS 

AA Law Enforcement 
CHERYL A. DREYER 

AA Dietetic Technology 
CEREE M. DUER 

AA Nursing 

ROBERT L. EBERENZ 

AA Real Estate 
WEND! EKSTEDT 

AA Printing Technology 
SARA R. FORSYTHE 

AA Medical Laboratory Technology 
ANGELA V. GARRETT 

AA Medical Laboratory Technology 



Allen 

Richmond 

Manchester 

Winchester 

Revelo 

Fairfield, OH 

Cynthiana 

Morrill 

Jamestown 

Whitesburg 

Maysville 

Winchester 

Bardstown 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Lexington 

Vermilion, OH 

Columbus, OH 

Tompkinsville 

Winchester 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Erianger 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Cincinnati, OH 

Hazard 

Winchester 




394 Associates/Ake-Gar 




JEANETTE ANN GRAY 


Manchester 


AA General Law Enforcement 




ALAN J. GRAZIANI 


Cold Spring 


AA Printing Technology 




JOY D. GREENE 


Bedford 


AA Executive Secretary 




TERESA J. GREGORY 


LaG range 


AA Nursing 




MICHAEL H.HALCOMB 


Middletown.OH 


AA Drafting & Design 




CYNTHIA E. HALE 


Burnside 


AA Law Enforcement 




JAMES KENNETH HALEY 


Louisville 


AA Horticulture 




JAMES M. HAZLETT 


Covington 


AA Instructional Media 




CONNIE MARIE HICKS 


Somerset 


AA Corrections 




KATHERINE ANN HINDE 


Tipp City, OH 


AA Corrections 




LINDA DARNELL HOLT 


Richmond 


AS Medical Assisting 




LEOLA M. JACKSON 


Louisville 


AA Medical Laboratory Technology 




DAVID J. JOHANNEMANN 


Covington 


AA Turf Management 




KATHY LYNN JONES 


Dayton, OH 


AA Nursing A.D. 




KIMBERLI R. JONES 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


AA Legal Secretary 




VICKIE L. KAIN 


Midway 


AA Correctional Services (Juvenile) 




ROBYN FAITH KO 


Wilkes. NC 


AA Nursing 




KATHLEEN A. KUCHMA 


Cincinnati, OH 


AA Administrative Office Services 




JOANNA LANHAM 


Lebanon 


AA Dietetic Technology: Nutrition Ca 


re 


BECKY A. LETCHER 


Owingsville 


AA Electronic Data Processing 




SHERRY G. LOSE 


Louisville 


AA Accounting 




LAURA L. LYTLE 


Winchester 


AS Graphic Arts 




PAMELA J. MAGGARD 


Clarksville, OH 


AA Nursing 




ROSALIE ODELL MAINOUS 


Lexington 


AA Nursing 




SUSAN L. MAINS 


Augusta 


AA Medical Laboratory Technology 




NANCY G. MALONE 


Louisville 


AA Criminalistics 




TINA L. MASSENGILL 


Middlesboro 


AA Dietetic Technician; Nutrition 




SHERRY F, MATHIS 


Louisville 



AA Nursing 



Associates/Gra-Mat 395 




ABOVE: Piling clothes on top of boxes is one way to minimize trips to ttie car while moving into the 
dorm. 



PATRICIA SUE McCLANAHAN 


Covington 


ASN Nursing 




DAWN MARIE McDONALD 


Owenton 


AA Legal Secretary 




SHELLEY R. MEEKS 


Corbin 


AA Accounting 




MARGARET LYNNE MILLER 


Richmond 


ASN Nursing 




JAMES M.MORRIS 


London 


AS Broadcast Engineering 




DONALD M. NALLEY 


Richmond 


AS Broadcast Engineering 




PHYLLIS ANN NEWBY 


Springfield 


AS Child Care 




PAUL E. NEWTON 


Springfield. OH 


AA Police Administration 




DENISE IRENE PAGETT 


Xenia.OH 


AS Recreation Supervision 




SHERRIE JOY PAYNE 


Owensboro 


AA Medical Secretary 




SANDRA R. POLAND 


Mt. Herman 


ASN Nursing 




TERESA MARIE POSEY 


Harrison, OH 


AA Medical Secretary 




PAMELA KAY PREECE 


Inez 


AA Corrections 




TIMOTHY M. QUILLIN 


Louisville 


AA Police Administration 




DEBBIE J. RAQUE 


Louisville 


AS Medical Assisting 




DEBBY RATLIFF 


Waddy 


AS Therapeutic Recreation 




DOUG C. REESER 


Louisville 


AA Electronics 




TERRI M. REYNOLDS 


Middletown, OH 


AA Retailing 




MARGARET A. RIPPLE 


Richmond 


AA Nursing 




REBECCA JEANETTE RIPPLE 


Richmond 


AA Corrections - LEN 






396 Associates/McC-Rip 



Moving In Takes Two 




KEVIN ROSS RITCHIE 

AS Broadcast Engineering Teciinology 
REGINA B. RODGERS 

AS Therapeutic Recreation 
SUSAN KAYE RYAN 

AA Accounting 
EILEEN MARIE SAUER 

AA Executive Secretarial 

JULIE DIANE SEGER 

AS Medical Assisting Technology 
BEVERLY JEANE SEIGLA 

AA Executive Secretarial 
BELINDA SUE SMITH 

AS Floristry 
DEBORAH L. SMITH 

ASN A.D. Nursing 



KAREN J. SPALDING 

ASN Nursing 
KIMBERLY ANN STACKS 

AA Administrative Office Services 
TERESA G. STAMPER 

ASN Nursing 
LESLIE CAROL STEVENS 

AS Medical Records Technology 

DELORES J.SWEAT 

AA Corrections 
CAROL KAYLENE TAYLOR 

ASN A. D. Nursing 
SHEEREE L. TAYLOR 

AS Medical Record Technology 
TOMMIE L. THOMASSON 

AA Law Enforcennent 



Cynthiana 

Florence 

Mt. Washington 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville 

Loveland, OH 

Sebster 

Richmond 

Lebanon 

Shippensburg, PA 

Maytown 

Louisville 

Richmond 

Finley 

Columbia 

Louisville 

Manchester 



BARBARA J. THOMPSON 

AA Medical Laboratory Technology 
CONNIE CHARLOTTE TIPTON Stanton 

AS Medical Assisting Technology 
LISA D. VAUGHN Hawesville 

AA Medical Laboratory Technology 
DONNA TERESA WARDEN New Richmond, OH 

ASN Nursing 

TERESA MAE WEAVER Lexington 

AS Therapeutic Recreation 
MICHELLE A. WHITAKER Ft. Mitchell 

ASN Nursing 
TRACY MICHELLE WHITE Louisville 

ASN Nursing 
TONY A. WILDER Middlesboro 

AA Banking 

JAY A. WILSON Calvert City 

AA Interior Design 
CYNTHIA ELAINE WOOD Cynthiana 

AS Medical Assisting Technology 
KATHY WORK Covington 

AA Accounting 



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UNDERCLASSES 



BELOW: An ROTC student practices his marksmanship on an un- 
suspecting victim. RIGHT: Icicles form an unusual adornment on the 
University Building. BOTTOM: Heavy snowfall makes walking or running 
hazardous for both man and animal. 






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EVELYN M.ABELL 


Louisville 


KATHY DEONE ABLES 


Fleming 


SHERWOOD S. ADAMS 


Louisville 


THOMAS R. ADAMS 


Greenfield, OH 


DORATHY IFEYINWA ADIGWE 


Awka, Nigeria 


BARRY C.ADKINS 


Pikeville 


DEBBIE A. ALLEN 


Lebanon 


ANGELA F. ANDERSON 


Holliday, TX 


ROBERT C. ANDERSON 


Vienna, WV 


LISA J. APPLEGATE 


Centerville, OH 


PAUL K.ARNOLD 


Franklin, OH 


SUSAN K. ARNOLD 


Louisville 


SHIRLEY GWEN ASHCRAFT 


Hamilton, OH 


RACHEN ASSAPIMONWAIT 


Bangkok, Thailand 


ROBERT M. ATKINSON 


Lexington 


LESLIEAUGUSTIN 


Hamilton, OH 


NANCY AZBELL 


Newark, OH 


KAREN E. BABB 


Russell 


JERRY G. BACH 


Cincinnati, OH 


PATRICIA L. BACH 


Jackson 


CRAIG EDWARD BAILEY 


Kettering, OH 


SANDRA KAY BAILEY 


Lexington 


BRENDA KAY BAKER 


Mt. Vernon 


ROBERT LOWELL BAKER 


Manchester 


TIM W. BAKER 


Franklin, OH 


MARY ELIZABETH BALLARD 


Winchester 


RANDALL ROSS BALLARD II 


Madison, WV 


CINDY LOU BARKER 


Corbin 


KIMBERLY JEAN BARKER 


Ashland 


CONNIE BARNES 


Columbus, OH 


ROSLYN LYNN BARNETT 


Middlesboro 


MARK ROBERT BARRY 


Kettering, OH 


TIMOTHY R. BARTHOLOMEW 


Louisville 


BILL E. BARTON 


Tampa, FL 


LARRY BARTON 


Richmond 


BETTY JO BASTIN 


Middleburg 


KIM LORAINE BATTYE 


Lexington 


JEANIE GALE BECK 


Finley 


THOMAS J. BECK 


Louisville 


RANDY BELCHER 


Belcher 



Juniors/Abe-Bel 401 



Recreation Comes in IVIany Forms 



AGNES MARIA BELLAMY 


Saldee 


MARI E. BENEDICT 


Ft. Thomas 


B EVELYN S. BENNETT 


Westlake, OH 


DIANE C. BENNEY 


Loveland, OH 


DANIEL C. BERKEBILE 


Ashland 


BRENDA J. BERRY 


New Carlisle, OH 


DAVE L. BESSER 


Prospect 


JANET KAY BEST 


Louisville 


JOHN CLIFTON BEST 


Barboursville 


HENRY CARLISLE BESUDEN 


Winchester 


KAREN SUE BISHOP 


Peewee Valley 


PAMELA B. BLACK 


Shelbyville 


ELIZABETH W. BLADES 


Brooksville 


KATHY A. BLAIR 


Xenia, OH 


CAROLYN T. BLAKEMAN 


Allen 


PAULA V.BLANKENSHIP 


Leitchfield 


DAMON H. BLANTON 


Lexington 


REX W. BLANTON 


Lynch 


PATTY S. BOEMKER 


Covington 


CHRISTINE MARIE BOHN 


Louisville 


AMY J. BOISE 


Sherburne, NY 


PATRICIA G. BOND 


Taylor Mill 


LYNN R. BONHAM 


New Carlisle, OH 


JOHN BONIAKOWSKI 


Greenbrook, NJ 


DONNA S. BOTTOM 


Shelbyville 


VAL ERIE ANN BOWDY 


Ft. Thomas 


BRENDA SUE BOWLES 


Valley Station 


CORA L. BOWLING 


Catlettsburg 


DEBORAH A. BOWLING 


Buckhorn 


SANDRA F. BOWLING 


Fogertown 


DIANNGAILBRAINARD 


Somerset 


GREGORY D. BREEDING 


Richmond 


SHARON L. BREEDING 


Richmond 


DAVE J. BREEN 


Monmouth Junction, NJ 


DEBORAH SUE BRIGHT 


Dayton, OH 


PATRICIA DENISE BRINDLEY 


Carrollton 


BARBARA L. BRINEGAR 


Maryville, TN 


ANNE F. BROCK 


Bondville 


JANET SUE BROOKS 


Barbourville 


SUSAN MARIE BROOKS 


London 




402 Juniors/Bel-Bro 




JOHN LEE BROWN 
POLLY ANN BROWN 
WALTER S. BROWN JR. 
RICHARD L. BRUMFIELD 
LINDA L. BRUNTON 



SUZANNE BUCHANON 
ELLA JO BUDKE 
NANCY J. BUES 
GWEN S. BULLOCK 
VIVIAN KAE BURCH 



PATS. BURDETTE 
DAVID GERALD BURTON 
REBECCA BURTON 
SHEILA BURTON 
TERESA ANN BURTON 



TIM C. BURTON 
TERESA L. BUSH 
PEGGY ANN BUTLER 
TERESA LYNN BUTLER 
CYNTHIA A. BYRD 



Middlesboro 

Hodgenville 

Lexington 

Middletown 

Louisville 



Hodgenville 

Covington 

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

Cumberland 

Boonevllle 



Lebanon 

Hustonville 

Ashton 

Nicholasville 

Rush 



Sonnerset 

Miami, FL 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Independence 





LEFT: The dorm seems an unusual place for serious music practice. 
ABOVE: Skateboarding sometimes proves to be the quickest way to 
travel to class. 



Junlors/Bro-Byr 403 



Dorms fill with Trash and Treasures 



GWENDOLYN E. CABLE 


Brodhead 


REGINA RENEE CAHAL 


Ashland 


ERNESTINE CALITRI 


Hazard 


NANCY E. CAMENISCH 


Stanford 


KEVIN M. CAMPBELL 


Louisville 


LINDA CAROLYN CAMPBELL 


Hamilton, OH 


WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL 


Louisville 


DEBBIE A. CANNAVAN 


Lexington 


WILMA C. CANTRELL 


Lexington 


WANDA CARLILE 


Finchville 


NORMAN A. CARPENTER JR. 


Lexington Parl<, MD 


VIRGINIA MARIE CARPENTER 


Louisville 


ELIZABETH A. CARRUBA 


Cumberland 


CONSTANCE L. CARTER 


Leitctifield 


SYLVIA SUE CARTER 


Magnolia 


JEANIECASSADY 


Louisville 


GLENN E. CASTEEL 


Cincinnati, OH 


STEPHEN W. CASTLE 


Seco 


BERDIE C. CHAMBERLAIN 


N. Middletown 


CHEONG-HO CHAN 


Hong Kong 


NANCY LINN CHEATHAM 


Mansfield, OH 


ROSEMARY CHEEK 


Stanton 


TONY KAM FAI CHENG 


Hong Kong 


BARBARA G. CHERNE 


Middletown, NJ 


BRIAN M. CHIC 


Frankfort 


WALLIE CHILDRESS 


Lexington 


CHERYL LYNNE CHRISTOPHERS 


Carrollton 


MATTHEW RICHARD CIECORKA 


Richmond 


BURL CLARK 


Paris 


CATHERINE L. CLARK 


Jeffersontown 


LEIGHANNE CLARK 


Ashland 


STEVE G. CLARK 


Whitley City 


TINA MARIE CLARK 


Frankfort 


ALECIA CLAUNCH 


Harrodsburg 


BECKIE CLEMENT 


Prospect 


DEBRA JEAN CLICK 


Ashland 


CURT D. COAKLEY 


Lancaster, OH 


PATTY A. COBB 


Louisville 


SHIRLEY ANN COLE 


Lexington 


SANDRA GAIL COLEMAN 


Louisville 




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404 Juniors/Cab-Col 




CAROLYN JO COMBS 


Owensboro 


CRAIG CAMPBELL COMBS 


Richmond 


DONNA M. COMBS 


Dillsboro, IN 


MARCIA A. COMBS 


London 


PATRICIA H. COMBS 


Booneville 


RAMONA COMBS 


Jackson 


TOM H. COMBS 


Ashland 


DAVID MICHAEL CONN 


Lebanon, OH 


GREGORY SCOTT COOK 


Franklin, OH 


KATRINA KAY COOPER 


Barlow 


B. JOANNECORSON 


Concord, NH 


ANNA SUE COUCH 


Albany 


MICHAEL LEE COX 


Minneola, FL 


ROBERT L. COX 


Louisville 


SHERYL COX 


Berea 


MARSHELL CRAFT 


Whitesburg 


SUE ANN CRAIG 


Cincinnati, OH 


MARY CREW 


Louisville 


RAYMOND M. CROUCHER 


Irvine 


CATHY J. CROZIER 


Louisa 




ABOVE: Finding storage space for the necessities of campus life can look insurmountable during the early hours of mov- 
ing into the dorm. 



Juniors/Com-Cro 405 







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ABOVE: This Case Hall coed makes a daily run to her mailbox 
checking for news from home. RIGHT: This student seems 
relaxed as he reads the Progress while waiting for his next class 
to begin. 




JOHN W. CRUSE 
CYNTHIA ANNE CULVER 
CATHY CUNDIFF 
DEBRA KAY CURL 
DEBORAH A. DAHLGREN 



TERRY LYNN DAILEY 
MICHAEL ALAN DALEY 
CHRISTINE L. DALTON 
EDDIE LEWIS DALTON 
DEBORAH KAY DANIEL 



KEITH L. DANIEL 
SANDRA M. DASH 
KATHI LEAH DAVIS 
KEITH CLAYTON DAVIS 
LAURA IVIESTA DAVIS 



LISA LYNN DAVIS 
PATRICIA A. DAVIS 
TERRELL A. DAVIS 
DARRELL E. DAY 
JANET S. DAY 



Winchester 

Coshocton, OH 

London 

West Point 

Louisville 



Harrodsburg 

Ft. Thomas 

Troy, OH 

Somerset 

Corbin 



Ashland 

Berea 

Monticello 

Louisville 

Pikeville 



Louisville 

Calvin 

Frankfort 

Versailles, IN 

Lancaster 




406 Juniors/Cru-Day 



Communication Comes in IVIany Directions 




LAURA M. DAY 


Whitesburg 


SYDNEY E. DEAN 


Sand Gap 


YVONNE RENIA DEARINGER 


Lawrenceburg 


CATHY SUE DEATON 


Trenton, OH 


STEVEN L. DEBELL 


Cox's Creek 


JOAN ELAINE DEMPSEY 


Greenville 


LISA KELLY DENHAM 


Maysville 


ANDREW S. DENNIS 


Lawrenceburg 


DONNA S. DENNY 


New Castle 


CLAUDIA M. DENZINGER 


Louisville 


JOHN R. DOHERTY 


Ft. Thomas 


PAUL DAVID DOSS 


Lexington 


RODNEY S. DOUGLAS 


Lexington 


PATRICIA DUGGER 


Potstown, PA 


KATHY A. DUNBAR 


Catlettsburg 


RODNEY GREG DUNFORD 


Somerset 


ROBERT JOSEPH DUNKLE JR. 


Loveland. OH 


DEBORAH JO DUNLAP 


Wilmington, OH 


BARBARA LUCILLE DURHAM 


Harrodsburg 


ELIZABETH ANN DYE 


Standford 


MARTIN D. EAST 


Nicholasville 


ANN MARIE EATON 


Louisville 


SUSAN R. EDMON 


Ashland 


CAROL SUE EDMONDS 


Culver City. CA 


YVONNE LEONA EDMONDS 


Bowling Green 


GENE D.EDWARDS 


Winchester 


THOMAS EDWARDS 


Louisville 


CHERYL ELFERS 


Ft. Wright 


DEBRA L. ELKINS 


Jonesville, VA 


BRUCE E. EMERSON 


Lexington 


DONNA GAYLE ENGLER 


Valley Station 


TERESA GAIL ESTES 


Winchester 


DOTTYE ETHERINGTON 


Richmond 


CANDY E. EVANS 


Middlesboro 


JENNIFER S. EVANS 


Louisville 


MARK G.EVANS 


Clarendon Hills. IL 


PATTI ANN FAESY 


Lexington 


DAVID WILLIAM FAIRFAX 


Louisville 


DEBORAH S. FARIS 


Florence 


JULIE FEEBACK 


Cynthiana 




Juniors/Day-Fee 407 



PHILLIP MILOFETT 
LIZABETH ANNE FIELDS 
VALORIE GAYLE FISHBACK 
LINDA GAYLE FISHER 
DOULGAS WAYNE FLATT 



MARILYN J. FLESHMAN 
CATHY FLYNN 
KIM H. FORESTER 
ARTHUR A. FORMAN 
ADRIAN VAN FOSTER 



ANNE ELAINE FOY 
JENNIFER FRALEY 
DAVID B. FRANCIS 
TERRY LYNN FRANKLIN 
BRENDA K. FRASHER 



VICKIE L.FRAZIER 
WANDA L. FRAZIER 
SUSAN G. FREAKLEY 
JANICE FREEMAN 
JERRY CARL FRITH 



MARY S. FRITSCH 
PAMELA ELAINE FULTON 
DONNA L. FULTZ 
JEANNETTE GAITSKILL 
ANDREW JAMES GALL 



RANDY S. GALL 
CHARLISA GAMBREL 
SHERRY G. GARNER 
KAREN D. GARRETT 
ROBIN S. GARRIS 



MARY DEAN GASSER 
PEGGY L.D. GAY 
VICKI LYNN GECKS 
RICHARD A. GENTNER 
JIM GHRIST 



KAREN NICOULIN GHRIST 
BECKY E. GIBSON 
KAREN SUE GIBSON 
MARY LEIGH GILKISON 
MARY BETH GILTNER 



New Carlisle, OH 

Atlanta, GA 

Carrollton 

Louisville 

Jamestown 



Charleston, WV 

Frankfort 

Harlan 

Radcliff 

Cocoa Beach, FL 



Lexington 

Lawrenceburg 

Lancaster, OH 

Franklin, OH 

Louisville 



Whitesburg 

Lexington 

Xenia, OH 

Foxtown 

Pineville 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Ashland 

Mt. Sterling 

Ft. Thomas 



Tullahoma, TN 

Williamsburg 

Milford, OH 

Lebanon 

Cumberland 



Owensboro 

Buckhorn 

Somerset 

Richmond 

Monroeville, OH 



Louisville 

Richmond 

Springfield 

Winchester 

Park Hills 




408 Juniors/Fet-Gi! 




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DANIEL S.GLAB 


Hinsdale, IL 


JULIA GLACKEN 


Morning View 


DEBORAH A. GOFF 


Somerset 


DONNA F. COINS 


Rictimond 


DONNA KIM GOOCH 


Lexington 


JEFFREY LEE GOODE 


Springfield 


VICTORIA GORMAN 


Louisville 


TARA O'WEIDA GOSSER 


Cincinnati, OH 


WILLIAM A. CRADEL 


Ft. Wright 


TERRY MITCHELL GRAHAM 


Danville 


HOLLY LYNN GREEN 


Cincinnati, OH 


LINDA GREEN 


Leatherwood 


DAPHNE BETH GREENE 


Winchester 


MICHAEL E. GREENE 


Hebron 


BRENDA C. GREENWELL 


Bardstown 


MARTHA LYNNE GREENWELL 


Maysville 


GREGORY CHARLES GRIFFIN 


Florence 


RHODERICK C. GRIFFIN 


Newarl<, OH 


MARK A. GRIM 


Paintsville 


WANDA LEE GUINN 


Monticello 


TROYG.GUMM 


E. Bernstadt 


RAM L. HAAG 


Louisville 


KENNETH L. HALCHAK 


Pittsburgh, PA 


WILMA JEAN HALCOMB 


Lexington 


BARRY J. HALL 


Ravenna 


GARY LEE HALL 


Perryville 


GREGORY G. HALL 


Fairfax, VA 


JANET K. HALL 


Kalkaska, Ml 


RAMONA JEAN HALL 


Grayson 


GREGORY W. HAMILTON 


Melbourne 


JOSEPH P. HAMILTON 


Springfield 


KIRK WILLIAM HAMILTON 


Louisville 


SUSIE C. HAMILTON 


Beaver 


SHARON SPIZ HANCOCK 


Louisville 


SHARON RAE HANDLEY 


Elizabethtown 


SYVIL HANDLEY 


Hodgenville 


CYNTHIA KAY HANEY 


Sharpsburg 


CAROL L. HANKS 


La«(renceburg 


CATHERINE ANN HANKS 


Lawrenceburg 


JOYCE A. HANSEL 


Mt. Vernon 



Juniors/Gla-Han 409 




ABOVE: An art class turns to a more natural surrounding while studying and sketching the line and form of a low branching tree. 



SANDRA HARBIN 
SUSAN J. HARDY 
JOHN T. HARKEY 
CASSIE L. HARRIS 
REBECCA L. HARRIS 



REBECCA R.HARRIS 
KAY HARRISON 
SUSAN GALE HARRISON 
ANGELIA HARROD 
DARLENE ALEXIS HARVEY 



DALEA. HASHAGEN 
CYNTHIA ANN HASTINGS 
CAROL JEAN HATFIELD 
HELEN M. HATTON 
RITA HAUBNER 



MARY HAYES 
FRANCES A. HAYNES 
CANDACE DARLENE HEARN 
CRAIG G. HEGE 
REBECCA J. HENDERSON 



Calvin 

Shepherdsville 

Indianapolis. IN 

Elkton 

Louisville 



Manchester 
Mason, OH 

E. Bernstadt 

Frankfort 

West Point 



Louisville 

Cincinnati, OH 

Ashland 

Winchester 

Butler 



Tyner 

Crestwood 

Waddy 

St. Thomas, PA 

Paint Lick 




410 Juniors/Har-Hen 



Ravine Provides Ideal Classroom 




DEBBIE L.HENDRICKSON 


Versailles 


DEBRA LYNN HENSLEY 


Hazard 


JERRY HENSLEY 


Tanksley 


MARY ANN HENSLEY 


Richmond 


CYNTHIA G. HERNANDEZ 


Danville 


GARY W. HESS 


Rochester, NY 


DIANA LYNN HESTER 


Rush 


MARK C. HESTER 


Richmond 


TIMOTHY L. HEWLETT 


Louisa 


DIANA L. HIBBARD 


London 


JIMHIGGINS 


Somerset 


NANCY J. HILGEMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


CARLA D. HILL 


Cynthiana 


FRANCES GAIL HILL 


Springfield 


KENNETH WAYNE HILL 


Corbin 


RAYMOND JOHN HILS 


Cincinnati, OH 


JO ANN HIMMLER 


Edgewood 


GARY MARK HINTON 


Russell 


TERRY JILL HISSOM 


Richmond 


DONNA LYNN HITCHCOCK 


Volga 


SARAH RUTH HOCKENSMITH 


Lexington 


SANDY S. HODGE 


Louisville 


VICKIE HOGUE 


Jeffersontown 


ANN L. HOLBROOK 


San Antonio, TX 


TERRELL HOLBROOK 


Roanoke, VA 


DWAINL. HOLDERBAUM 


Franklin, OH 


LOIS HOLLON 


Irvine 


SHERRI J. HOLTZAPPLE 


Lebanon, OH 


KAREN GAYLE HOPKINS 


Pineville 


RANDY S. HORD 


ML Gilead, OH 


DONNA HORN 


Corbin 


THOMAS A. HORN 


Finchville 


JAN LESLIE HOSKINS 


Georgetown 


BRIAN F. HOTCHKISS 


Russell 


RAYMOND DOUGLAS HOUSE 


Cincinnati, OH 


SANDRA LEE HOWARD 


Cincinnati, OH 


LEANN LAWSON HUBBARD 


Richmond 


MARVA A. HUGHES 


Waco 


DANIEL J. HUGHLETT 


Louisville 


JANET F. HUME 


Lexington 



Juniors/Hen-Hum 411 



MARCIA HAYES HUNDLEY 


Tyner 


JEAN B. HUNTER 


Freehold, NJ 


JUDY GAIL HUNTER 


Carlisle 


cathy ann hutchins 


Bardstown 


ORA CLIFF HYDE 


London 



JERI L. ISAACS 


Louisville 


KATHY S. ISDN 


Russell Springs 


NORMA KAY ISON 


Ashland 


JILLANNA JACKSON 


Lietchfield 


WILLIAM H. JACKSON JR. 


Louisville 


LISA C.JACOBS 


Lexington 


GARY S. JAMESON 


Nashville, TN 


DEBBY JAMISON 


Somerset 


MARY ANN JENKINS 


New( Castle 


PRINCESS M. JENKINS 


Lexington 


MARY ANTOINETTE JENNE 


Louisville 


JEFF C. JESSUP 


Owensboro 


JAYDA KIM JEWETT 


New Lebanon, OH 


JOHN C. JOHNSON 


Stone 


PAULETTE R. JOHNSON 


Catlettsburg 


ANITA LYNN JONES 


ML Sterling 


CHARLENE JONES 


Mt. Sterling 


LOIS GAIL JONES 


Paris 


LORETTA JONES 


Hazard 


SHARRON KAY JONES 


Lexington 


DIANA LYNN JUSTICE 


Robinson Creek 


MICHIO KAMOSHIDA 


Ota-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 


LEE A. KARSNER 


Frankfort 


DEBBIE KEARNS 


Richmond 


WILLIAM H. KEELIN 


Catlettsburg 


LOU-ANN KELTY 


Springfield 


STEPHEN W. KEMP 


Mt. Gilead, OH 


KAREN DEE DEMPF 


Jamestown 


DAVID M. KENNEDY 


Columbus, OH 


PATRICIA CAROL KENNEDY 


Louisville 


PETER GARRETT KEY 


Louisville 


RALPH LEE KILBY 


Smithfield 


MARY JANE KILLEN 


Crab Orchard 


KELLY PATRICK KIMBALL 


Westlake Village, CA 


KAREN LEE KIMBERLAIN 


Franklin, OH 




412 Juniors/Hun-Kim 




VIRGIL G.KINCAID 


Beattyville 


WILLIAM HARRISON KINCAID 


MIddletown 


BEVERLY ANN KINDELL 


West Milton, OH 


CATHY L. KINDER 


Lexington 


LARRY J. KING 


Orlando, FL 


SHAUNA M.KING 


Taylor Mill 


TONY KINNE 


Richmond 


CLAUDIA LYNN KIRBY 


Troy, OH 


ROBERTA KAYE KISER 


Somerset 


WILLIAM OTTO KLINGSTEIN JR. 


Indianapolis, IN 


ROY L. KNIGHT 


Louisville 


DIANE RUTH KOWITZ 


Jacksonville, FL 


JULIENNE KRASKA 


Dayton, OH 


KAREN L. KRAUSS 


Lexington 


RICHARD B. KREFT 


Cincinnati, OH 


CAROLYN CLARK LAINHART 


McKee 


JOE B. LAMBETH 


Versailles 


DANA L. LANDRY 


Georgetown 


ANNETTE LANE 


Lexington 


WAYNE A. LANG 


Louisville 


LISAM. LANGE 


Louisville 


PHYLLIS KAY LANIER 


LaCenter 


DIANNE L. LASH 


Richmond 


PAUL A. LASLO 


Mento, OH 


SHEREE LYNN LAWSON 


Campbellsville 


VICKI JEAN LAWSON 


Richmond 


JAMES A. LAY 


Celine, OH 


RUSSELL ELWOOD LAYCOCK 


Cincinnati, OH 


CARLOTTA J. LEACH 


Omaha, NB 


HOLLY LYNN LEACH 


W. Prestonsburg 


STEPHEN T.LEAKE 


Raywrick 


ANITA L. LEE 


Shelbyville 


TIM D. LEIWIG 


Kettering, OH 


JUDY C. LESTER 


Lexington 


CAROL LEVERIDGE 


Bowling Green 


ALAN J. LEWIS 


Picayune, Ml 


PAMELA MAE LEWIS 


Standford 


MARY CATHERINE LICHTEFELD 


Louisville 


ROBIN MARIE LIGGETT 


Winchester 


ANNE S. LIN 


Hong Kong 




Juniors/Kin-Lin 413 




ABOVE: Solitude can sometimes be found even wfien there are other people around. 



JAMES A. LINK 


Louisville 


ROBERT L. LINVILLE 


Berea 


DENNIS K. LIPPY 


Louisville 


KATHY ANN LISCH 


Springfield, OH 


SANDRA FAYE LITTLE 


Campton 


PRUDENCE L.LOCKE 


Louisville 


WILLIAM E. LOCKE 


Louisville 


RICHARD V. LOGAN 


Louisville 


KATHRYN NOE LOGSDON 


Springfield 


CYNTHIA LYNN LOKITS 


Louisville 


JANE E.LONG 


Sylvania, OH 


SHARON R. LOONEY 


Pikeville 


KAREN DENISE LOVELACE 


Albany 


DIANE C. LOWE 


London 


ELAINE ANN LOWE 


London 


BONNIE K. LUSH 


Louisville 


AMY J. LUYSTER 


Versailles 


MARGARET S. MacDONALD 


Paducah 


KIM M. MACHTOLFF 


Louisville 


JESSIE GILL MACKINTOSH 


Berryville, VA 




414 Juniors/Lin-Mac 



A Moment of Calm Between Classes 




ALICE MARGARET MAGGARD 


Hazard 


BRENDA K. MAGGARD 


Whitesburg 


SONJA LEE MAGGARD 


Lexington 


MOLLY MAGINNIS 


Louisville 


JEANNE A. MAGNUSON 


Louisville 


ELIZABETH U. MAGURA 


Cookeville.TN 


LINDA LEE MARCHESE 


Franklinville, NJ 


MARILYN MARKELL 


Maysville 


BRUCE WAYNE MARTIN 


McKee 


CHERYL ANN MARTIN 


London 


DON G.MARTIN 


Battle Creek. Ml 


JOHN A. MARTIN 


Crittenden 


LINDA D. MARTIN 


Monticello 


LISA HART MARTIN 


Cincinnati, OH 


REBECCA JANE MARTIN 


Scottsburg, IN 


LEEANNMARTINDALE 


St. Marys, OH 


CHARLENA MASON 


Booneville 


JEAN MASSEY 


Independence 


LOWELL MASSEY 


Manchester 


JENIFER MATRACIA 


Cincinnati, OH 


MARTHA JANE McCAFFERY 


Winctiester 


TERESA M. McCLEARY 


Athens, OH 


DEBRA C. McCOWAN 


Richmond 


JON M. McCOY 


Troy, OH 


DEBORAH D. McCREARY 


Louisville 


POLLY McDAVITT 


Elizabethtown 


TONIA DENISE McDONALD 


Louisville 


JANET LEE McGILL 


Hustonville 


KAREN LEE McKNIGHT 


Lexington 


BEVERLY J. McMAINE 


Waco 


DEBRA LYNMEERS 


Lexington 


ANITA MARIE MEINER 


Hamilton, OH 


JOHN L. MEISENHEIMER JR. 


Richmond 


CAROL ANN MERRITT 


Campbellsville 


MARTHA A. MEYER 


Edgewood 


MARY ANN MILBY 


Eminence 


TAMI LYNN MILES 


Wilmington, OH 


GALE B. MILLER 


Winchester 


KIM MILLER 


Fairdale 


LESLIE GAYLE MILLER 


Louisville 




Juniors/Mag-Mil 415 



PAMELA G.MILLER 


Louisville 


RONALD L. MILLER 


Taylorsville 


LONNIE L. MILLS 


Pineville 


TRICIA ANN MINGARDI 


Cincinnati, OH 


WILLARD ANDREW MITCHELL JR. 


Corbin 


DEBORAH JOANNMIZE 


Mt. Vernon 


MARSHA MOBLEY 


Maysville 


CHERYL ANN MOCCIA 


Franl<fort 


ROBERT B. MONTGOMERY 


Lexington 


BERTHA BELL MOONEY 


Cynthiana 


DEBORAH ANN MORGAN 


Wheelerburg, OH 


DEBI JEAN MORPHEW 


Hopl<insville 


JOHN A. MORRETT 


Troy, OH 


HAROLD TIMOTHY MORRIS 


Dayton, OH 


DEBORAH LEA MOSS 


Edgewood 


JERRY MICHAEL MOWLES 


Salem, VA 


PAUU>i J. MULKINS 


Louisville 


DEBORAH KAYE MULLINS 


Kite 


ROWETTA HONCHEL MULLINS 


Dwarf 


SHELBY RAE MULLINS 


Corbin 


BRUCE A. MURPHY 


Pine Knot 


JEFFREY DALE MURPHY 


Columbus, OH 


SHERRY MURPHY 


Louisville 


BRENDA J. MUSIC 


Prestonsburg 


SHERRY LYNN MUSIC 


East Point 


ROBERT E.NANTZ 


Glasgow 


JOHN E. NEIDHART 


Springfield, OH 


DONNA C. NELSON 


Fairdale 


JERRY MITCHELL NELSON 


Brandenburg 


DONA J. NEVILLE 


Louisville 


NANCY L. NEW 


Bronston 


RHODA JANE NEW 


Bronston 


KARIN G. NEWCOM 


Asfiland 


MARTIN JOSEPH OCHSNER 


Louisville 


REBECCA B. O'HEARN 


Louisville 


COLIN R. OLIVER 


Louisville 


JOHN R. OMER 


Louisville 


MICHAEL ALAN O'MERA 


Erianger 


CINDY L. OMOHUNDRO 


Lexington 


RODNEY EDWIN O'NEAL 


Cincinnati, OH 




416 Juniors/Mil-O'Ne 




GARY DOULGAS ONKST 

KATHY A. OPPERUD 

MARSHA A. OTTEN 

MARY ELIZABETH PALMER-BALL 

MERLE A. PARNELL 



London 

Covington 

Frankfort 

Louisville 

Louisville 



WILLIAM L.PARRIS 


Lexington 


BILLIE ANN PARSONS 


Bristol. VA 


CHRISTY ANN PARSONS 


Spencer, WV 


DEBORAH LYNN PASCO 


Murray 


CATHY PATRICK 


Lexington 


REBECCA JEAN PENDELL 


Waverly, OH 


DANIEL W. PERKINS 


Louisville 


SUZANNE PERKINS 


Union 


JOE PERKOWSKI 


Greensboro, NC 


ELISSA A. PERRY 


Vine Grove 


KATHLEEN PETERS 


McKee 


RHONDA PETERS 


London 


ANN GALEN PICKETT 


Harrodsburg 


VICTORIA L. PIGG 


Fort Knox 


EILEEN PISETSKY 


Richmond 


DIANE KAY PORTER 


Ft. Mitchell 


KATHY ELAINE POWELL 


Irvine 


GLENDINE PREECE 


Paintsville 


WILLIAM J. PRITCHARD 


Ft. Thomas 


MARY L. PROCTOR 


Louisville 



GREGORY LANE PROW 
JANE PUANG-NGARM 
ANN BLAIR PULLIAM 
CATHY I. PURVES 
NANCY A. QUACK 



DAVID G.QUALLS 
GEORGE AUSTIN RAILEY 
BILL W. RAMEY 
ELEANOR ELIZABETH RAPIER 
DENIA REDFORD 



KIMBERLY ANN REED 
PATRICIA JANE REED 
STEVE E. REID 

ELIZABETH ANNE REINHARDT 
VICTORIA A. RENNER 



Campbellsville 
Bangkok, Thailand 

Louisville 
Cincinnati. OH 

Louisville 



Danville 

Springfield 

Richmond 

Bardstown 

Cincinnati. OH 



Covington 

Stanford 

Lakewood. OH 

Pewee Valley 

Cincinnati, OH 



Juniors/Onk-Ren 417 



Intermurals Provide Interest During Fall 



RONDARENNIRT 


Falrdale 


MARK LEWIS REYNOLDS South Charleston, WV 


PATSY J. RHODES 


Madisonville 


STEPHEN W. RICHARDS 


Jamestown 


MICHAEL SCOTT RICHARDSON 


Louisville 


CAROL RICHIE 


London 


BONNIE R. RIGG 


Louisville 


DEBORAH FAYE RIGGLE 


Russell 


JAMES ERIC RILEY 


Berry 


SCOTT A. RIMMER 


Coal Grove, OH 


BRIAN K.RITTER 


Louisville 


ARNETTA ZOE ROBERTS 


Pikeville 


JODY ROBERTS 


Olympia 


ROSLYN LEIGH ROBERTS 


Louisville 


RUTH SNOW ROBERTS 


Somerset 


JANE ELLEN ROBINSON 


Waverly, OH 


JEFFREY MASON ROBINSON 


Elkhorn 


MARGARET JANE ROBINSON 


Somerset 


SANDRA K. ROBINSON 


Lexington 


SHERYL LYNN ROBINSON 


Paintsville 


TOMMIE LEE ROBINSON 


Ft. Lauderdale. FL 


WILLIAM B. ROBINSON 


London 


LYNNE MARIE RODENCAL 


Cincinnati, OH 


REBECCA A. ROE 


Winchester 


JANICE LEE ROGERS 


Stanton 


JEFFERYG.ROOT 


Louisville 


PAULA SUE ROSE 


Raceland 


THERESA DIANNE ROSS 


Lancaster 


ROBERT A. ROTTGERS 


Ft. Thomas 


THOMAS A. ROTTINGHAUS 


Ft. Mitchell 


BARBARA A. ROUNDTREE 


Mt. Sterling 


JANET LEIGH ROWLETT 


Richmond 


KAREN LEE RYAN 


Louisville 


ROSIE E. SALES 


Lexington 


EMMA RUTH SALISBURY 


Beaver, OH 


CLAUDE DOUGLAS SALLEE 


Winchester 


WENDELL L. SALYER 


Elkhorn 


CINDY SUE SAMUELS 


Fairdale 


LINDA L. SANDUSKY 


Hebron 


KIM M. SCHIEMAN 


Louisville 




418 Junlors/Ren-Sch 




CHRIS L.SCHLITT 
DAVID W. SCHMITT 
DONNA M. SCHREINER 
KIRK D. SCHWABE 
JANET MARY SCHWARTZ 



Louisville 

Altoona, PA 

Nicholasville 

Chicago, IL 

Ft. Thomas 



JEAN MARIE SCHWENDAU Louisville 

MICHAEL S. SCHWENDEMAN Richmond 

ABBY J. SEBINA Kampala, Uganda, E. Africa 

DEREGE SEIFU Richmond 

ROBERT ELLIS SERGENT Zionsville, IN 



Lisa Ann Sexton 


Ashland 


ANNA LEE SHARP 


Worthville 


JEFFREY SCOTT SHAW 


Campbellsville 


STEVEN E. SHEARD 


Dayton, OH 


LORENE SHEENE 


Yosemite 


CHARLES EDWIN SHOTWELL 


Lexington 


GARY AUVN SIEGEL 


Richmond 


DAVIDJ.SILVESTRI 


Lexington 


THOMAS L. SIMPSON 


Lawrenceburg 


JOHN SCOTT SIMS 


Lancaster, OH 




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ABOVE: Competition is keen among intramural football teams during the annual fall matches. 



Juniors/Sch-Sim 419 



LINDA KAY SIMS 

JOHN GRANT SIZEMORE 

STEPHANIE JEAN SLATTERY 

SCOTT S. SMILEY 

BECKY JAYNE SMITH 



Lancaster 

Harlan 

Louisville 

Dayton, OH 

Ashland 



DICKIE A. SMITH 


Columbia 


ELISSA FAYE SMITH 


Loveland, OH 


GREGORY E. SMITH 


London 


JAMES C. SMITH 


West Chester, OH 


JEFFERY SMITH 


Lexington 


KIMBERLYANNESMITH 


Brandenburg 


LAWRENCE A. SMITH 


Louisville 


SHERILYN R. SMITH 


Richmond 


SHERRY L. SMITH 


Mt. Vernon 


SUSAN D. SMITH 


Troy, OH 


TERESA ELIZABETH SMITH 


Villa Hills 


TERESA LYNN SMITH 


McKee 


TIMOTHY L. SMITH 


Covington 


VICKIE ELAINE SMITH 


Irvington 


W. MARK SNOWDEN 


Winchester 


SUSAN M.SPAIN 


Ashland 


MARY KATHERINE SPALDING 


Lebanon 


DEBRA KAY SPARKS 


Lexington 


LAURA DURHAM SPEAKS 


Stanford 


LYNDA DARLENE SPENCER 


Jackson 


ALETHAG.SPIVEY 


Lexington 


AMY CATHERINE SPRINKLE 


Louisville 


MELINDA GAIL STAMPER 


Jackson 


GAIL A. STAMPS 


Oviedo, FL 


THOMAS JOSEPH STANDER 


Ludlow 



JUDITH EVANS STANSBURY 
STEVE T. STARBUCK 
LAMAN STARK 
JAMES M. STEED 
SUSAN KAY STEELY 


Louisville 

Westerville. OH 

Carrollton 

Lexington 

Corbin 


LISA J. STEPHENS 
BRUCE W. STEVENS 
JAMES W. STEVENS 
CAROLINE STEWART 
NANCYE ELIZABETH STEWART 


Port William, OH 

Mt. Eden 

Danville 

Louisville 

Louisville 




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420 Juniors/Sim-Ste 




VICKIL.STOGSDILL 


Jeffersontown 


MARSHA K. STONE 


Irvine 


MARK A. STOWERS 


Louisville 


JAN MARIE STRIEF 


Cincinnati, OH 


JOSEPH GREGORY STROUDE 


Sherman 


SANDRA K.SUERDICK 


Miamisburg, OH 


JOANN SUMNER 


Manchester 


MATTHEW J. SUNSKI 


Danville 


MARK A. SUTER 


Turner Station 


JOE DAVID SUTTON 


Middles boro 


CINDY E.SWANSON 


Erlanger 


JACKIE SWEENEY 


Louisville 


JOHN C. TACKETT 


Lexington 


JONELL TACKETT 


Prestonburg 


KAREN SUE TANNER 


Somerset 


ROBERT P. TAYLOR 


Carlisle 


DEBBIE J. THOMAS 


Shepherdsville 


F. BRITTON THOMPSON 


Ravenna 


GARY MERRILL THROPP 


Lancaster, OH 


DANNY L. TINSLEY 


Keavy 



KIMA. TOLLIVER Port William, OH 

DENI TOMPKINS Louisville 

GEORGIANA CHRISTINE TREADWAY Hamilton, OH 
LINDA ANN TRIMBLE Nancy 

SUSAN RANEE TRIMBLE Nancy 



LESLIE PATRICIA TRUMAN 
YORK JONE TSANG 
JOANNA LEE TUGGLE 
TERRI TUGGLE 
EUGENIA KAY TURNER 



MARTHA ELLEN TURNER 
NANCY TURNER 
MARJORIE TUSSING 
CARRIE F. UTTER 
LAURA C. VANCE 



JERRY VANDERGRIFF 
PATTY LOU VANOVER 
RITA LYNN VANOVER 
TERESA A. VANOVER 
DAVID MICHAEL VAUGHN 



Louisville 

N.P., Hong Kong 

Irvine 

Louisville 

Tompkinsville 



Booneville 

Lebanon, OH 

Yorktown, VA 

Springdale, OH 

Versailles 



Louisville 

Ben ham 

Middlesboro 

Cumberland Gap, TN 

Middlesboro 



Juniors/Sto-Vau 421 



Moving Causes Large and Small Problems 



MARY VESSELS 


Louisville 


KARLA F. VETTER 


Louisville 


DEBBIE VIETH 


Roselle. IL 


MARK E. VOLPENHEIN 


Cincinnati, OH 


ROBIN KAYE WAGGONER 


Radcliff 


ALICE JEAN WAIDE 


Lexington 


MENLA WALDRON 


Campbellsville 


JANIS C. WALKER 


Richmond 


MIKE CARL WALKER 


Danville 


LESLIE ANNE WALLEN 


Jamestown, NY 


FRANK R.WALTERS 


Madisonville 


ROMA WARFORD 


Coeburn, VA 


JANET L. WARNER 


Weston, MO 


CHERYL A. WARNOCK 


Ashiland 


ROGER DALE WARREN 


Middletown 


FAYETTAD.WARRIX 


Pikeville 


DAYNA JEAN WATERS 


Florence 


DONNA L. WATSON 


Louisville 


GUY M. WATSON 


Jeffersonville, IN 


LARRY A. WATSON 


Cold Spring 


TERRY GREER WATSON 


Lexington 


FLORENCE ANN WATTS 


Jackson 


DeLENA A. WEATHERS 


Lexington 


LOIS A. WEBB 


Aberdeen, OH 


SHELLEY L. WEISMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


NANCY A. WEST 


S. Charleston, WV 


RICHARD A. WHARTON 


Blacklick, OH 


FESS D. WHITAKER 


Milton 


RONALD A. WHITE 


Louisville 


SUSAN L. WHITE 


Louisville 


URSULA WHITE 


Valley Station 


VEDA ANN WHITE 


Manchester 


GARY WAYNE WHITEHEAD 


Owensboro 


KAREN LYNN WICKLINE 


Jackson 


MARK A. WICKLINE 


London, OH 


JULIA LEE WIGGINTON 


West Point 


JAMES EDWARD WIGGLESWORTH 


Latonia 


JAMES D. WILBANKS 


Louisville 


GENIE COY WILCOX 


Richmond 


GREGORY R. WILKERSON 


Chicago, IL 




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422 Juniors/Ves-WII 




LEFT: A quick trip to a local store during 
moving-in usually results in a purchase of 
quite a few items left at fiome. 




KAREN D.WILKERSON 


Louisville 


ANGELA R. WILLIAMS 


Dayton, OH 


CARLA WILLIAMS 


Middletown, OH 


MARK E. WILLIAMS 


Florence 


RHONDA C. WILLIAMS 


Louisville 


STEPHEN A. WILLIAMS 


Owensboro 


ALETTA JANE WILLOUGHBY 


Owingsville 


HARLAN L. WILSON 


Bettiel, OH 


PAMELj^ jo WILSON 


Barbourville 


MARCIA ANN WILZ 


Ft. Thomas 


SUSAN MARIE WIND 


Lebanon 


SUSAN J. WINSTEAD 


Louisville 


VICKI A. WOHLLEB 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


TINYAU WONG 


Hong Kong 


GRIFF A. WOOD 


Middletown 


JANICE L.WOOD 


Frankfort 


ROBERT E. WOOD III 


Mt. Sterling 


SHELIA KAYE WOOD 


Nancy 


VICKII LYNN WOOD 


Nancy 


LATANYA D. WOODS 


Louisville 


KATHYM.WORK 


Covington 


JEFF W. WRIGHT 


Lexington 


TERRI L. WULLNER 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


DONALD L. YOUNG 


Eminence 


JANET YOUNG 


Louisville 


NANCY L.ZIFCHECK 


Columbia Station, OH 


CAROL J. ZIMMER 


Cincinnati, OH 


PATRICIA A. ZIPPERLE 


Louisville 



Juniors/Wil-Zip 423 



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Bikes on campus save valuable spaces for cars while 
providing their owners with quick transportation to and from 
class. 




424 Sophomores 



EKU Offers a Variety of Activities 




JUDY AARON 


Jamestown 


TERRIE JANE ABNEY 


Irvine 


CYNTHIA M. ADAMS 


Louisville 


LARRY W. ADAMS 


Lancaster 


TAMMY ADAMS 


Louisville 


KAY AKERS 


Ashland 


ANTHONY C. ALLEN 


Louisville 


FRANCES S. ALLEN 


Corbin 


WAYNE S. ALLEN 


Lexington 


BECKY SUE ALLISON 


Fairborn, OH 


THOMAS A. ALOIS! 


Lindenhurst, NY 


ELAINE ALVINO 


Franklinville, NJ 


ABDULAZIZ A. AL-ZAAGI 


Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 


VICKI J. AMBURGEY 


Corbin 


ELIZABETH ANN ANDERSON 


Dayton, OH 


JENNIFER LEIGH ANDERSON 


Charleston, WV 


DAVID RUSSELL ANDES 


Louisville 


NANCY L ANNESS 


Harrodsburg 


PAMELA SUE ARNETT 


Richmond 


ROBERT BUTLER ARNOLD 


Lancaster 


DEBBIE LEE ASHCRAFT 


Hamilton, OH 


JUANITA ASHER 


Baxter 


TAMMIE H. ASHLEY 


Maysville 


TRACY AUGUSTIN 


Hamilton, OH 


STEVE F. AUSTIN 


Lancaster 


SAEEDM.BADRAN 


Jiddah, Saudi Arabia 


DENISE M. BAILEY 


Wilmore 


MELISSA ANN BAKER 


Harlan 


PEGGY ANN BAKER 


London 


ROGER KEITH BAKER 


Crab Orchard 


STEVE D.BAKER 


Louisville 


BETH A. BALL 


Ashland 


SUSAN B. BALL 


Lancaster 


VIRGINIA JOY BALLINGER 


Mt. Vernon 


JACQUELINE BARBER 


Louisville 


JACQUELINE A. BARBOUR 


Mt. Washington 


PAMELA G. BARGER 


Richmond 


LEIGH ANN BARKER 


Chattary, WV 


ROBIN ELIZABETH BARKER 


Van Lear 


DEBORAH SUE BARNES 


Frankfort 



Sophonnores/Aar-Bar 425 



Time for a Grill Break 



LEDARAYEBARNETT 
WANDA M. BARNETT 
JULIA E. BARNOTT 
PAUL J. BARR 
PATRICIA A. BAUGHMAN 



ABBIEO. BEACHAM 
CHERYL J. BEARD 
ELLEN L. BEASON 
GLORIA D. BEATTY 
ANN C. BEAVIN 



RHONDA L. BECK 
VALERIE KAY BECK 
JULIE K. BECKMAN 
CARL BEGLEY 
ELIZABETH ANN BEGLEY 



ROBERT E.BELOAT 
TAMARA L. BENGE 
ELLEN CAROL BENNETT 
JEFF R. BENNETT 
ALICE M. BERESFORD 



PAULA LYNNEBERKE 
LESLIE K. BERKSHIRE 
MELANIE S. BERRY 
MARC E. BERRYMAN 
PAIGE ALISON BESUNER 



RANDALL F. BIGGS 
GARY W. BIRCHWELL 
JENNY LYNN BISHOP 
KEVIN J. BISHOP 
GREGORY J. BISIG 



GINA MARIE BISOTTI 
DEBRA MAY BISPING 
MICHAEL L. BLACKARD 
ROBERT JON BLACKBURN 
PATRICIA A. BLACKWELL 



GREG G. BLAKEMAN 
CECIL C. BLANKENSHIP 
INA LYNN BLANTON 
CYNTHIA F. BOHN 
VALERIE K. BOONE 



Brodhead 

New Albany, IN 

Lexington 

Owensboro 

Danville 



Cincinnati, OH 

Fairdale 

Middlesboro 

Louisville 

Bardstown 



Crawrfordsville, IN 

Xenia, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Hazard 

Beattyville 



Ashland 

Manchester 

Frankfort 

Covington 

Cincinnati, OH 



Glasgow 

Burlington 

Zanesville, OH 

Stanton 

Ft. Thomas 



Ashland 

Beaver Dam 

Trenton, OH 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Maysville 

Richmond 

Middlesboro 

Mt. Washington 

Irvine 



Greensburg 
Frankfort 

Catlettsburg 
Louisville 
Louisville 




426 Sophomores/Bar-Boo 




ABOVE: Amidst the hustle and bustle of daily classes this student finds the grill to be a place where he can study and have a quick 
cup of coffee. 




MARLENE D.BORDEN 


Louisville 


SHARON K. BOTTS 


Owingsville 


RENEE M. BOUDINOT 


Radcliff 


CONSTANCE DIANE BOWMAN 


Union 


LIBBY CHARLENE BOWfvlAN 


Campton 


STEVEN WESLEY BOYER 


Louisville 


VICKIE LEE BRADEN 


Miamisburg. OH 


LINDA BRADSHAW 


Junction City 


RAM L. BRAVARD 


Lexington 


SUSAN LORI BRECKENKAMP 


Winchester 


KAREN LYNN BREMENKAMP 


Florence 


KAREN JENETTA BRIGGS 


Louisville 


PAMELA J. BRIGHTWELL 


Carrollton 


KIMBERLY DAWN BROCK 


Lily 


SUSAN CAROL BROCK 


Crab Orchard 


BRIDGETTE DENISE BROOKS 


Louisville 


JOHN KING BROOKS 


Cynthiana 


SANDRA LYNN BROOKS 


Ashland 


TIM C. BROOKS 


London 


JOE BROOKSHIRE 


Fairfield 



Sophomores/Bor-Bro 427 



VINCENT JOSEPH BROSKY 


Louisville 


BARBARA K. BROWN 


Somerset 


JILL L. BROWN 


Ashland 


JULIE LYNNE BROWN 


Troy, OH 


MICHAEL E. BROWN 


Dayton, OH 


PATRICIAA. BROWN 


Jenkins 


STEVEN C. BROWN 


Godfrey, IL 


LEILA A. BROWNING 


Paintsville 


MARY ANNE BRUCE 


Louisville 


TERRI ANN BRUCE 


Salem, IN 


JANE MA RCI BRYANT 


Louisville 


DEBBIE ANN BUNCH 


Corbin 


BRAD E. BURCH 


Freehold, NJ 


BILL BURCHETT 


Williamson, WV 


SUSAN BURCHETT 


Williamson, WV 


CYNTHIA L.BURDETT 


Cincinnati, OH 


ANNETTE MARIE BURGESS 


Louisville 


JANET S. BURKE 


Monticello 


SUSAN M. BURKE 


Louisville 


KATHY A. BURNETT 


Louisville 


KEVIN C.BURNETT 


Grayson 


CARON ANN BURNS 


Columbia, SC 


ROBERT TIMOTHY BURNS 


Richmond 


FRANCES L BURT 


Louisville 


NANCY MARIE BUSER 


San Francisco, CA 


PAULG. BUSER 


Louisville 


CATHY S. BUSH 


Henderson 


TIM R. BUTLER 


Dayton, OH 


TIMOTHY C. BUTLER 


Louisville 


BOBETTA CALVERT 


Mt. Washington 


THOMAS P. CAMBRON 


Springfield 


TERESA ELAINE CAMDEN 


Frankfort 


DEBBIE L. CAMPBELL 


Trotwood, OH 


MARY A. CANNING 


Lexington 


JOHN D. CARROLL 


Elizabethtown 



TINA CARTER 
DEBORAH D. CASEY 
JACK THOMAS CASTLE II 
PATRICIA LYNN CAUDILL 
TIMOTHY SHAWN CAUDILL 



Lexington 

Lawrenceburg 

Pikeville 

Tyner 

Ashland 




428 Sophomores/Bro-Cau 





LEFT: The harsh weather that 


forced 


travelers into the 


/ . coliseum 


also allowed them a 


chance 


to catch up on their 


■ i'lj -\-.^^'^-s reading. 




KIMBERLY ANN CENTERS 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


AUGUSTINE CHAN 


Hong Kong 


PATRICIA ANN CHANCELLOR 


Louisville 


PHYLLIS W. CHENG 


Hong Kong 


MICHAEL J. CHICKILLO 


Miami, FL 


JACKIE IRENE CHRISTENSEN 


Louisville 


SUSAN CATHLEEN CHRISTENSEN Ashland 


MONIKA G. CHURCHILL 


Bad cliff 


JOHANNA RUTH CLANCY 


Lexington 


MARIE ELENA CLARKE 


Mt. Ephraim, NJ 


TERRY L.CLARKE 


Flatwoods 


KATHY A. CLAUSEN 


Louisville 


DOUGLAS H. CLAYTON 


Independence 


CONNIE YVONNE CLEETER 


Dillsboro, IN 


MICHAEL D. CLEVENGER 


Belfry 


RICKY CLEVINGER 


Jeffersonville 


MICHAEL E. CLICK 


Harrodsburg 


ROBIN E. CLINE 


Ashland 


JENIFER J. CLOUTIER 


Henderson 


COLLEEN G. COBURN 


Cincinnati, OH 


KATHY E. COFFEY 


Co-Operative 


BEVERLY A. COLE 


Louisville 


SANDRA COLEMAN 


Inez 


DARLENE L. COLLINS 


Augusta 


ESTHER MAE COLLINS 


Lexington 


GREG E.COLLINS 


Mt. Sterling 


RANDY LEE COLLINS 


East Bernstadt 


ANNA M. COMBS 


Columbus, IN 


PATRICIA ANN COMBS 


Manchester 


JANET LYNN COMER 


Jeffersonville, IN 



Sophomores/Cen-Com 429 



KELLY LEE COMER 
TONY L. CONKLIN 
DENA R. CONN 
DOUGLAS M. COOKE 
VALARIE E. COOPER 



ROBERT F.CORNETT 
DIANE CORUM 
JO ANN CORUM 
LESLIE F. COTY 
BRENDA KAYE COUCH 



LORETTAE.COUGHLIN 
SIDNEY T. COULTER 
MICHAEL L COURTNEY 
MICHELE COWELL 
LOLA MAE COX 



RICHARD W. COX 
MARSHA L. CRABB 
DANNY C. CRABTREE 
KATHERINE L. CRAFTON 
JANET DAWN CRAIG 



CONNIE SUE CRAVEN 
MARCIA LYNN CRAWFORD 
BRUCE M. CREECH 
HERBERT HUGH CRESS 
ROBERT M. CHESSMAN 



JOHN W. CROXTONII 
BRIAN W. CULBERTSON 
DEBORA A. CULL 
DAVID A. CUMMINS 
LESLIE JO CURRAN 



CATHERINE R. CURRIER 
MARY ELIZABETH CURRY 
MELANIE A. CURRY 
WANDA J. CURTSINGER 
MICHAEL B. DAILEY 



WILLIAM ALEXANDER DALZELL 
CHESTER R. DAMRON 
MATTHEW E. DAVIES 
CINDY E. DAVIS 
GAIL S. DAVIS 



TippCity, OH 

Lawrenceburg, IN 

Harold 

Louisville 

Maysville 



London 

Manchester 

Manchester 

Stony Brook, NY 

Lily 



Lyndhurst, NJ 

Cox's Creek 

Carrollton 

Louisville 

McKee 



Henderson 

Smithfield 

Bowen 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Covington 

Crab Orchard 

Westchester, OH 

Burlington 

Kearny, NJ 



Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington 

Carrollton 

Foster 

Lawrenceburg 



Richmond 

Columbia 

Covington 

Chaplin 

Atlanta, GA 



Moundsville, WV 

Elkhorn City 

Dayton, OH 

Dunnville 

Perrysburg, OH 




430 Sophomores/Com-Dav 




JACKIE M.DAVIS 


Louisville 


JAMES THOMAS DAVIS 


Carrollton 


RICKY A. DAVIS 


LaGrange 


DAVID L. DAY 


Lexington 


DOUGLAS J. DEAREN 


Louisville 


SANDRA JEAN DEATON 


Trenton, OH 


WILLIAM B. DECKE 


Piqua. OH 


DAVID CHARLES DeCUIR 


Louisville 


CHERYL L. DELK 


Hamilton, OH 


DEBBIE G. DENNIS 


Lexington 


LORI ANNDENZLER 


Cincinnati, OH 


ELLEN R. DERNOVSHEK 


Berea 


JAMES A. DeSHAZER 


Frankfort 


LYNN A. DESPARD 


Berea 


MARK W. DEVINE 


Harrodsburg 


KAREN M. DeVORE 


Louisville 


BOYD C. DICK 


Russell Springs 


MARY ANN DiU\URA 


Albion, NY 


ANDREW J. DISEKER 


Middlesboro 


DEBORAH MARIE DISNEY 


Cumberland 


SUZANNE M.DISTLER 


Louisville 


MIKE DITCHEN 


Lancaster 


VALERIE L. DIX 


Brandenburg 


BARBARA JEAN DOBBS 


Louisville 


JULIE A. DOLAN 


Sharon, PA 


MARTY VICTOR DONINI 


Portsmouth, OH 


TERRY DIANE DOSSETT 


Frankfort 


GARY D. DOTSON 


Prestonsburg 


LYNN M. DOUTAZ 


Falmouth 


CARLA JUNE DOYLE 


Flemingsburg 


DEEDROEGE 


Alexandria 


DAVID G. DUKE 


Owenton 


MARGARET G. DUNBAR 


Prospect 


CAROL DUNCAN 


Pine Knot 


JERRY W. DUNCAN 


Jeffersontown 


PATRICIA D.DURBIN 


Richmond 


MARGERY JO DUVALL 


Burkesville 


JOHN NEIL DWYER 


Ft. Wright 


DARYL J. EASON 


Lexington 


WILLIAM ALAN EDELEN 


Louisville 



Sophomores/Dav-Ede 431 



JANETS. EDWARDS 


Annville 


' i 


KRISTA E. EDWARDS 


Cincinnati, OH 




MARY P. EDWARDS 


Ross, OH 




CINDY CAROL ELDER 


Louisville 




ELIZABETH A. ELLIOTT 


Wilmore 


/ 


MICHAEL L.ELLIS 


Louisville 




CHRIS C. ELSBERRY 


Wilton, CT 




DORA A. ELSING 


Louisville 




CARLOS JAMES ELSWICK 


Hi Hat 




MARIANNE ELSWICK 


Elkhorn City 





VICKI LYNN ELSWICK 
JODY EMMITT 
KELLE BROOKE EMMONS 
DONNA G. ENGLAND 
PAMELA S. ENGLAND 



Melvin 

Lexington 

Bethel 

Campbellsville 

Middlesboro 



BRUCE ENGLE Richmond 

LISA G. ENGLISH Washington Ct. House, OH 

DOUG EPLING Berea 

PATRICIA A. ETHERINGTON Richmond 

CINDY M. EVANS Ashland 



HELEN L. EVANS 
WYNDEE K. EZELL 
TRULY FAIR 
BECKY S. FARMER 
LaDONNA JEAN FARMER 



LISA K. FARTHING 
RITA KAREN FAULKNER 
SANDRA L. FAULKNER 
TERRY L. FAULKNER 
BERNEDA JEAN FEE 



MARKEETAR. FEE 
JOSEPH H. FERNANDEZ 
MORRIS GLENN FINLEY 
THERESA L FISHER 
DONALD E. FLYNN 



HOLLY S.FLYNN 
SANDRA G. FLYNN 
LINDA A. FOLEY 
MELODY C. FOLEY 
BYRON S. FORD 



Booneville 

Louisville 

Valley Station 

Maineville, OH 

Louisville 



Bethel Park, PA 

Ludlow 

Williamsburg 

Stanton 

London 



London 

Miami, FL 
Manchester 

Lexington 
Winchester 



Sunman, IN 

Irvine 

Lebanon, OH 

Lexington 

Lancaster 




432 Sophomores/Edw-For 




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DOUGLAS M. FOTHERGILL 


Carrollton 


LENA FAYE FOWLER 


Winchester 


CONNIA A. FRANKENSTEIN 


Covington 


CHERYL L. FRENCH 


Louisville 


ROBERT R. FREY 


Erianger 


HEIDIA. FRICK 


Reading, OH 


DIANA L. FRIEND 


Tipp City, OH 


ALISON FRYMAN 


Cynthiana 


PATSY MAURICE GABBARD 


McKee 


GEORGE A. GARDNER 


Kettering, OH 


DENISE GARLAND 


Bellbrook,OH 


KIMBERLY ANN GARR 


Winston-Salem, NO 


PATRICIA R. GASH 


Independence 


RONALD L. GASH 


Lawrenceburg 


BENA FRANCES GAULT 


Lexington 


LEEANNM.GAY 


Louisville 


LINDA L. GELDREICH 


Cincinnati, OH 


M. ALISON GIBBONS 


LaGrange 


BECKY J. GIBSON 


Louisville 


CONNIE JEAN GILES 


Louisville 


JOSEPH P. GILLETTE 


Louisville 


MICHAEL V. GILLEY 


Amelia, OH 


JUDY LYNNE GILLIAM 


Tipp City, OH 


CARLA J. GINN 


Milton 


STEVEN C. GITTINGER 


Cincinnati, OH 


RANDY S.GIVENS 


Frankfort 


DIANA SUSAN GLANCY 


Ashland 


DIANE GLEASON 


LaGrange 


GWEN 0. GOLSTON 


Louisville 


KATHERINE E. GOOD 


Silver Spring, MD 


JOY LYN GOODMAN 


Fairdale 


CARLA GRAFT 


Louisville 


KATHY L. GREGG 


Lexington 


SHARON L. GRAHAM 


Crestview 


TAMMY B. GRAHAM 


Frankfort 


SUSAN C.GRAY 


Owingsville 


JAN GREENWELL 


Clearwater, FL 


M. JEANNE GREENWELL 


LaGrange 


MICHAEL E. GRIBBIN 


Lexington 


HAROLD M. GRICE 


Vandalia, OH 



Sophomores/Fot-Gri 433 



CHERYL ANN GRIESINGER 
SHARON LYNN GRIFFITH 
ROY STEVEN GRIMES 
ROBERT OWEN GRISE 
JAMES N. GRISSOM 



KATHYM. BRUNER 
LYNNE DORENE GUERNSEY 
KATHY L. HALL 
LINDA HAMILTON 
KATHERINE ANN HAMM 



TIM L. HAMPTON 

JOYCE ANN HANNAN 

BARBARA ANN HANSEN 

JIM G. HARLAN 

PAULA JEANNE HARMELING 



STEVEN DOUGLAS HARPER 
TAMERA LYNN HARRELSON 
JANE ALISON HARRIS 
DEBBIE L. HARROD 
MYRON D. HARROD 



CAROLYN MARIE HART 
KAREN L. HART 
DEBBIE ANN HASH 
DIANE HATCHER 
STEVEN L. HATFIELD 



California 

Berea 

Elizabethtown 

Richmond 

Burnside 



Louisville 

Tampa, FL 

Fairborn, OH 

Hamilton, OH 

Ashland 



Cincinnati, OH 

Berea 

Lexington 

W. Palm Beach, FL 

Edgewood 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Pleasureville 

Milton 



Louisville 

Falmouth 

Jeffersontown 

Louisville 

Ml. Sterling 




LEFT: Warm summer afternoons and 
snapshots provide lasting memories bet- 
ween friends. 







434 Sophomores/Gri-Hat 



Warm Weather Brings Students Outside 





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BARBARA BRUCE HAWLEY 


Louisville 


ERNESTINE HAYDEN 


Eminence 


CHERYL LYNN HAYDON 


Shelbyville 


WILLIE MAE HAYES 


Covington 


DONNA J. HAYS 


McKee 


SHAUN M.HAYWOOD 


Louisville 


RHONDA B. HEADY 


Bardstown 


CHERYL ANN HEDGES 


Cincinnati, OH 


TIM R. HELTON 


Middlesboro 


HOPE HENDRICKS 


Louisville 


JULIA A. HENRY 


Louisville 


DALE HENSLEY 


Manchester 


VALERIE LYNN HERB 


Shepherdsville 


DIANE L. HERMANN 


Louisville 


REBECCA HIBBITTS 


Burdine 


BARRY L.HILL 


Cynthiana 


DARLENE HILL 


Auxier 


THOMAS M. HILL 


Springfield 


TRINA KAY HILL 


Frankfort 


ANN LAETITIA NILS 


Cincinnati, OH 


THETAL. HINKLE 


Inez 


JANE W. HISLE 


Richmond 


DEBBIE A. HOBBS 


Vine Grove 


ANITA L.HOFFMAN 


Independence 


HUGH V. HOGUE 


Elizabethtowrn 


CRAIG HOLBROOK 


Naples, FL 


ANNETTE L. HOLCOMB 


Lima, OH 


TAMARA B. HOLLISTER 


Centerville, OH 


CAROL L. HOLLONBECK 


Naperville, IL 


AGNES R. HOLT 


Richmond 


PHYLLIS ANN HOLT 


Louisville 


JOHN EDWARD HOMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


KIMBERLY K. HOOTON 


Cincinnati, OH 


ROBERT RAY HOOVER 


Williamstovirn 


JULIE ANN HOPPE 


Edgewood 


PEGGY ERIKAHORD 


Alexandria, VA 


FRANK S. HORECNY 


Louisville 


SUSAN E. HORNE 


Xenia, OH 


DEBBIE A. HOSKINSON 


Elizabethtown 


LINDA L. HOUSE 


London 



Sophomores/Haw-Hou 435 



ALICE MARIE HOWARD 


Corinth 


JAMES LEE HOWARD 


Lexington 


KIMBERLY S. HOWARD 


Lexington 


LEXINE HOWARD 


Hyden 


MICHAEL E. HOWARD 


Lexington 


SUSAN BETH HOWARD 


Cincinnati, OH 


THOMAS MICHAEL HOWARD 


Frankfort 


DEBBIE LYNN HOWELL 


Frankfort 


CATHERINE L. HUBBARD 


Campbelisvilie 


KENNY HUBSCH 


Louisville 


ADNA MAE HUDSON 


Hardshell 


KAY J. HUELSKAMP 


Dayton, OH 


DONNA J. HUGHES 


Middietown, OH 


PAUL HUGHES 


Pieasurevilie 


YOLANDA J. HUGHLETT 


Louisville 



JIM P. HUHN 
CINDY L. HUl 
BECKY A. HUMPRHEY 
TERRY L. HUMPHREY 
DENEEN Y. HUNTER 



Covington 

Macao 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Danville 



ROBERT P. HUNTER 


Beattyville 


WILLIAM HUNTER JR. 


Louisville 


MARY ANNE HUTCHINSON 


Richmond 


KIM K. MUTTON 


Georgetow/n 


MARK G. HYLAND 


Louisville 


SHARON R.ILIOHAN 


Louisville 


KIM A. IMFELD 


Florence 


ANDREA E. INNIS 


Annandale, NJ 


CYNTHIA A. JACKSON 


Cecilia 


MARY BETH JACOBER 


Ft. Wright 


JIMK.JARMAN 


Versailles 


PATRICIA KATHLEEN JENKINS 


Lexington 


KATHERINE H. JENSEN 


Waddy 


DEBBIE JOHNSON 


Lexington 


EARL A. JOHNSON 


Olympia 


MATALINE KAY JOHNSON 


Berea 


ROBIN R. JOHNSON 


Catlettsburg 


KERRY W. JONES 


Louisville 


KIMBERLY S. JONES 


Toledo, OH 


LAURA K. JONES 


Florence 




436 Sophomores/How-Jon 










LEFT: A 


stiarp eye and keen 




determination are two factors 




needed 


Aihen competing against 




friends i 


n a game of pool. 


PHILIPT.JONES 


Oxford, OH 


RUSSELL L. JONES 


Higtiland, IN 


LORI KAY JUERGENS 


Cincinnati, OH 


JAY NEIL JUNGCLAS 


Milford. OH 


JAMES A. JUSTICE 


Sadieville 


PAUL GREGORY JUSTICE 


Lexington 


RAYMOND JUSTICE JR. 


Pinson Fork 


JAN C. JUTTON 


Louisville 


ANNE L. KANNAPELL 


Prospect 


VICTOR E. KAPPELER 


Lexington 


LIBBYF.KARSNER 


Frankfort 


JUDY RAE KAUFMAN 


Aliquippa. PA 


REGINA LYNNE KAUFMAN 


Louisville 


ANN L. KEENE 


Bardstown 


MONICA LYNN KEIFER 


Kettering, OH 


KATHYKEIL 


North Olmstead, OH 


DAVID KELLEY 


Vanceburg 


CINDY ANN KELLY 


Ft. Mitctiell 


MELISSA R. KELLY 


Oxford. PA 


MARK S. KENNER 


Ft. Mitchell 


LINDA A. KERN 


Brooksville 


JOHN M. KESSINGER 


Portsmouth, OH 


HOPE IRIS KEY 


West Point 


DAVID WAYNE KIDD 


Beattyville 


PATRICIA A. KIDD 


Pine Knot 


TRACEY LEIGH KIDD 


Ft. Smith. AK 


MICHAEL F. KIEBEL 


New Haven, IN 


JEANINE M. KILCH 


Cincinnati, OH 


SHELLYE R. KINCAID 


Beattyville 


DEBBIE L. KING 




Sidney, OH 



Sophomores/Jon-King 437 



LEFT: The area around the Powell 
Building is a busy intersection bet- 
ween class period. 




ROBERT MARK KING 


Danville 


TERI M. KING 


Louisville 


THOMAS A. KING 


Richmond 


TIMOTHY A. KING 


Richmond 


KATHY M. KINGHORN 


Lexington 


LAURAJ.KIRKWOOD 


Dayton, OH 


DEBBIE S. KIRN 


Ft. Wright 


KATHY M. KLINGLER 


Carrollton 


CHUCK C. KNAPP 


Hamilton, OH 


JANET L. KNIGHT 


Louisville 


JOAN KOEHLER 


Louisville 


NANCY L. KOIER 


Lynch 


THOMAS R. KOLLER 


Louisville 


SHARON L. KORFHAGE 


Shepherdsville 


CYNTHIA ANN KRECICKI 


Frankfort 


CHRIS E.KREMER 


Troy, OH 


DELORES C. KRUSPE 


Lexington 


JEAN MARIE KUNDERT 


Louisville 


LAVERNE LAKES 


Sand Gap 


REBECCA ANN LAMB 


Berea 


DOUGLAS E.LAMBDIN 


Middlesboro 


DONNA M. LANG 


Germantown 


JONNA R. LANG 


Germantown 


JANIE LANGLEY 


Shelbyville 


DEBBIE LATHROP 


Cincinnati, OH 


SHARON R. LAWRENCE 


Frankfort 


ANTHONY S. LAWSON 


Beaver Dam 


GRETA L. LAWSON 


Williamsburg 


JUDITH ELAINE LAWSON 


Barbourville 


MARLA ANNE LAWSON 


Hamilton, OH 





4'iiL^ 



438 Sophomores/Kin-Law 



students Shuffle to Class Daily 




LARRY THOMAS LEDBETTER 


Dayton, OH 


BARBARA M. LEE 


Louisville 


ROBERT W. LEININGER 


Cincinnati, OH 


GAYLYNN M. LEIST 


Farmersville, OH 


TIMOTHY A. LEMON 


Lebanon 


MARTI L.LEONHARD 


Ft. Mitchell 


MARYLEE LEONARD 


Brookfield, WS 


MARY ELIZABETH LESSARD 


Ft. Knox 


JACK E. LESTER 


Fairfield, OH 


DONNA S. LEWIS 


West Liberty 


SHAWN L.LEWIS 


WestCarrollton.OH 


JUDY LIGON 


Petersburg 


GLENDA L. LINDON 


Clay City 


LINDA LINDON 


Clay City 


DEBORAH L. LINEBACH 


Middletown 


DOUGLAS J. LINNEMAN 


Covington 


MARY ELIZABETH LINTON 


Louisville 


MARK A. LOGSDON 


Radcliff 


LEE ANN LOVE 


Beaver, PA 


JOHN C. LOVELL 


Richmond 


CHERYL ANN LUCAS 


Shelblana 


WILLIAM K. LUCAS 


Barnesville, OH 


MARGARET ANN LUCKEY 


Columbus, IN 


REBECCA ANN LYKINS 


West Liberty 


JANET ANN LYNCH 


Louisville 


CHRISTIE K. LYONS 


Ashland 


DWIGHT D. LYONS 


Bethlehem 


FINLFY LYONS 


Lexington 


MARY A. LYONS 


Louisville 


STEVEN D. LYONS 


Portsmouth, OH 


SCOTT LYTLE 


Anchorage 


RONALD MACK 


Lexington 


MARY R. MACKSON 


Louisville 


KATHY S. MADDEN 


Friendship, OH 


ROBIN S. MADDEN 


Friendship, OH 


SHANE G.MAHAN 


Louisville 


MARY E. MAITLAND 


Rochester, NY 


GREGORY A. MALONE 


Corinth 


CLAUDIA ANN MAPES 


Springfield, OH 


BECKY MARKSBERRY 


Williamstown 



Sophomores/Led-Mar 439 



CYNTHIA L.MARLOWE 


Corbin 


JULIE ANN MARSH 


Cynthiana 


ANN C. MARSHALL 


Carlisle 


YOLANDA J. MARSHALL 


Sharpsburg 


TODD MARSTON 


Owenton 


DAVID H.MARTIN 


Stanford 


DEBBIE N. MARTIN 


Stanford 


LUCY MARTIN 


Louisville 


ROBERT W. MARTIN 


Sharon Hill, PA 


ROY LEE MARTIN 


Stanford 


JESUS D.MARTINEZ 


Venezuela 


RICKY A. MATTOX 


Carlisle 


PAM A. MAYNE 


Williamsburg 


TIMOTHY M. McCAFFERTY 


Columbus, OH 


DEE DEE McCHARGUE 


Louisville 


MELISSA SUE McCLARY 


Louisville 


CAROLYN A. McCLURE 


Valley Station 


HAL M. McCOIG 


Georgetown 


TERESA L. McCONKEY 


Kettering, OH 


BELINDA Mccormick 


Dover 


LAURA L.McCOUN 


Louisville 


REGINA KAYE McCOY 


McCarr 


DAVID MICHAEL McCRACKEN 


Florence 


BRIDGET McCULLOUGH 


Lincoln, IL 


GLENDA J. MCDONALD 


Richmond 




RIGHT: Searching for the 
necessary information to complete 
a term paper can mean many hours 
in the periodical room. 



440 Sophomores/Mar-McD 





jANiEL. Mcdonald 


Corbin 


KAREN E. Mcdonald 


Lawrenceburg 


SUSAN KAY McFADDEN 


London 


JENNY L. McFARLAND 


Paris 


LISA ANN McGARY 


Madisonville 


BECKY J.McGUFFEY 


Stanford 


TAMARA SUE McGUFFEY 


Campbellsville 


MARK A. MclNTOSH 


Middletown, OH 


CHERYL E. McKAY 


Corbin 


JOHN A. McKINNEY 


Clearwater. FL 



MELANiE A. Mcknight 
PAUL E. Mclaughlin 

LINDA KAY McMANN 
ROBERTA ANN McNABB 
JODY McNEVIN 



SHEREE LEE McWILLIAMS 
MARYANN MEHOK 
THOMAS A. MEIER 
PENNY 8. MELTON 
SANDY L. MERCALDE 



TONYA. MERIDA 
CAROL J. MERRITT 
SHARON ANN MERRITT 
JANE L. MESSMER 
NANCY LYNN MEYER 



BETTY JANE MILBURN 
KAREN L. MILBURN 
ANGEL V. MILIER 
ANNA M. MILLER 
KIM A. MILLER 



MICHELLE A. MILLER 
KAREN L. MILLS 
LINDA SUE MILLS 
CHARLES W. MITCHELL 
DAVID W. MITCHELL 



MADONNA C.MITCHELL 
TERRI A. MITTEL 
CAROL A. MOHR 
CYNTHIA MOHRFIELD 
DEBORAH L. MONAHON 



Louisville 

Eminence 

Middletown, OH 

Ashland 

Somerset 



Prospect 

Danville 

Covington 

Middlesboro 

Cincinnati, OH 



Lancaster 

Paint Lick 

Cincinnati, OH 

Richmond 

Alexandria 



Junction City 

Louisville 

Richmond 

Kettering, OH 

Louisville 



Florence 

Louisville 

Campbellsville 

Vine Grove 

Louisville 



Ashland 

Louisville 

Ft. Thomas 

Westchester. OH 

Germantown 



Sophomores/McD-Mon 441 



Starbuck Concert Highlights Year 



ROBERT LANE MONROE 


Vanwert, OH 


CAROL D. MONTGOMERY 


Louisville 


KIM MONTGOMERY 


Pittsburgh, PA 


KIMBERLY JEAN MOORE 


Dayton, OH 


TAMMY J. MOORES 


Richmond 


LINDA C.MORGAN 


Louisville 


TERESA L. MOUNIE 


Cincinnati, OH 


SUSAN D. MOUNTS 


Hardy 


RHONDA FAYE MULBERRY 


Williamstown 


MARK E. MULLIN 


Danville 


MICHAEL E.MULLINS 


Berea 


TREVA L. MULLINS 


Bethel, OH 


VICKI RENEE MULLINS 


Shively 


DANNY C. MUNFORD 


Campbellsville 


GINGER A. MURPHY 


Bronston 


SHEILA J. MURPHY 


Revelo 


JOSEPH C. MYERS 


Brandenburg 


JOSEPH R. NANNEY 


Louisville 


MARK RAY NAPIER 


Trenton, OH 


ANNETTE MARIA NARCISE 


South Point, OH 


DENISENAVE 


Louisville 


PENNY LYNN NEWELL 


Pickerington, OH 


LINDA S. NIEF 


Louisville 


JOHN M. NOEL 


Lexington 


NANCY A. NORRIS 


Louisville 


MARY KENDRICK NUTTALL 


Madisonville 


DEBBRIA A. OAKES 


Sonora 


FRANK W. OAKES 


Lancaster 


J. DAVID OAKLEY 


Louisville 


JENNY E. OBER 


Erianger 


SHERRY F.ODLE 


Louisville 


PATRICK J. O'DONNELL 


Covington 


MICHAEL L. O'FLAHAVAN 


Oxon Hill, MD 


CHARLOTTE L. OLDHAM 


Covington 


CATHERINE M. O'ROURKE 


Louisville 


CORNELIA ANN OSLEY 


Jenkins 


JILL L. OVERMAN 


Dayton, OH 


COBY OWENS 


Bowling Green 


BARBARA A. PADGETT 


Vine Grove 


DEBBIE S. PALMER 


Winchester 




442 Sophomores/Mon-Pal 











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LEFT: 


Starbuck show- 




V^ 


manshi 
bine fo 


p and sound com- 




r early fall concert 


^<^kl 


^/ ^^ 


excitement. 


HELEN HOWELL PALMER-BALL 


Louisville 


GLENA A. PARKER 




Lexington 


JO ANN PARKER 




Frankfort 


JOHN B. PARKER 




Bedford 


JOHN C. PARKHURST 




Richmond 


TONITAJOPARRETT 




Annville 


MARY SUSAN PATTERSON 




Louisville 


KAREN ANN PAYNE 




Lexington 


THOMAS G. PEERY 




Cincinnati, OH 


ViCKI S. PERKINS 




Carrollton 


DEBORAH KAY PERRY 




Lynch 


DEBORAH CHRISTINE PETERS 


Corbin 


JANET E. PETERSON 




Middletown, OH 


MARCUS FRANCIS PETITJEAN 


Burkettsville, OH 


CYNTHIA E. PFEFFER 




Cedar Grove, NJ 


JANE PHELPS 




Glasgow 


DIANE PHILLIPS 




Lexington 


RHONDA LEE PHILLIPS 




Lancaster. PA 


TERESA JEAN PHILLIPS 




Shepherdsville 


SARAH PHIPPS 




Frankfort 


DARLENEPOE 




Frankfort 


MARVA SUE POLSGROVE 




Frankfort 


CHARLES D. POOLE 




Irvington 


KIM E. PRATHER 




Fort Thomas 


PATTY J. PRATHER 




Fern Creek 


KATHERINE O.PRICE 




Fairborn, OH 


STANLEY ALLEN PRICE 




Eubank 


STEPHEN R. PRIEST 




Irvington 


LINDA SUE PRINCE 


West Portsmouth, OH 


MARK A 


PROSSER 




O'Fallon, IL 



Sophomores/Pal-Pro 443 



SHARON L.PRUITT 
SHARON RAYE PRYOR 
JOYCE LYNNE PURSLEY 
CANDY SUE PURVIS 
DOUGLAS RADEL 



SANDRA KAY RAPSON 
SHERIE ROBIN RATLIFF 
SALLIE E. RAWLINGS 
SARAH L. REA 
PAM G. REED 



BOB W. REEDY 
MICHELLE LEA REEDY 
DEBORAH ELIZABETH RENAKER 
KAREN J. RENNIRT 
DEBRA ANN REYNOLDS 



DOUG REYNOLDS 
TERESA A. REYNOLDS 
ELDORA V. RHEA 
KENNETH L. RICHARDSON 
MARK LAWRENCE RIFFEE 



KEITH RIGHTMYER 
PAULA M. RILEY 
RICK D. RIPPLE 
DENNIS W. ROARK 
DIANE L. ROBERSON 



PAULA R.ROBERTS 
ANNETTE ROBINSON 
BETTINA R. ROBINSON 
JOAN C. ROBINSON 
KEVIN D. ROBINSON 



RONNIE L.ROBINSON 
DEBRA ANN ROGERS 
TANYA KIM ROGERS 
DEBRA LYNN ROSE 
NANCY A. ROSENHOFFER 



CONNIE R.ROSS 
DEBORAH S. ROSS 
RICHARD M. ROSS 
JOY E. ROWE 
PAULA S. ROY 



Mt. Hermon 

Ludlow 

Louisville 

LaG range 

Reading, OH 



Louisville 

Richmond 

Lawrenceburg 

Morristown, NJ 

Waddy 



Elizabethtown, IN 

Richmond 

Brookville, IN 

Fairdale 

Finley 



Lexington 

Danville 

Wheelwright 

Lexington 
Georgetown 



Harrodsburg 

Lexington 

Richmond 

Annville 

May's Lick 



Lexington 

Louisville 

Fairmont, WV 

Richmond 

Louisville 



Lawrenceburg 

Lexington 

Irvine 

West Liberty 

Cincinnati, OH 



Cincinnati, OH 

Stearns 

Richmond 

Owensboro 

Richmond 




444 Sophomores/Pru-Roy 




SHERRY C.RUCKER 


Ft Lauderdale, FL 


KELLIE B. RUGGLES 


Aberdeen, OH 


CINDY KATE RULLMAN 


Aurora, IN 


CAROLYN J. RUNYON 


Pikeville 


CHARLOTTE ANN RUSSELL 


Springfield 


TERRI LYNN RUSSELL 


Pomeroy, OH 


SHARON F. RUSTERHOLZ 


Cincinnati, OH 


TOM SAMMONS 


Russell 


MARK R. SANDERS 


Louisville 


RHONDA A. SAURER 


Louisville 


ROBERT M.SAXTON 


Louisville 


SANDRA L. SCHATZMAN 


Erianger 


MARY LYNN SHECK 


Edgewood 


FREDERICK L. SCHEFFLER 


Worthville 


ANGELA G. SCHMIDT 


Cincinnati, OH 


PEGGY JEAN SCHOOLCRAFT 


Somerset 


FRANK 0. SCHOOLER 


Fisherville 


LESLIE L. SCHRADER 


Fairdale 


TAMARA S. SCHULTE 


Wheelersburg, OH 


RAM J. SCHWARTZ 


Erianger 


TIMOTHY SCHWENDEMAN 


Dayton, OH 


KIMBERLEY KAYE SCOTT 


Bedford 


ROSANNE SCOTT 


Winchester 


LESLIE A. SEELEY 


Sharon, PA 


TERI A. SEIPPEL 


Kettering, OH 




LEFT: One sure answer to the 
transportation problem on campus 
is the bicycle. 



Sophomores/Ruc-Sei 445 



GARY R.SHAFFER 


Springfield, OH 


TAMMY S. SHAHEEN 


Louisville 


CARMEN LYNNE SHANNON 


Dayton, OH 


CHARLOTTE L. SHARP 


Worthville 


ROBIN C. SHARP 


Louisville 


JENNIFER LYNN SHAW 


Cincinnati, OH 


JANIE K. SHEETS 


W. Liberty 


GEORGE HANSON SHEPARD 


Christiansburg, OH 


ABDULAZIZ SHOSHAN 


Saudi Arabia 


CONNIE A. SHOTWELL 


Ft. Lauderdale, FL 


SANDRA JANE SHOUSE 


Frankfort 


SUSAN L. SHUCK 


Louisville 


CONNIE S. SIBCY 


Lebanon, OH 


TAMARA LOU SIEWERT 


Vine Grove 


RONALD C. SIGGS 


Ft. Myers, FL 


PAMSIMPKINS 


ElktiornCity 


DAVID W. SIMPSON 


Louisville 


FRANK G. SIMPSON 


Russell 


LIDA L. SIMPSON 


Lexington 


PEGGY SIMPSON 


Louisville 


SUZANNE REBECCA SIMPSON 


Lexington 


JEFF L. SIMS 


Burgin 


DAVID L. SINK 


Ft. Myers, FL 


LAURIE A. SISSEL 


Falmouth 


GARY R. SIZEMORE 


Louisville 


KATHYC.SIZEMORE 


Freeburn 


GINA SKAGGS 


Louisville 


ROSE MARIE SKAGGS 


Catlettsburg 


WAYNE THOMAS SKELTON 


Frankfort 


PHILLIP L. SLATTERY 


Frankfort 


DEBRAE.SLUSHER 


Florence 


CHERYL L. SMILEY 


Richmond 


ANDRA SMITH 


Manchester 


CATHERINE SUE SMITH 


Manchester 


DEBORAH LYNN SMITH 


Lexington 


DONALD B.SMITH 


Lancaster 


GARY WILLIAM SMITH 


Centerville, OH 


KATHY JUNE SMITH 


Beattyville 


REBECCA ANN SMITH 


Louisville 


TONY L. SMITH 


Hodgenville 




446 Sophomores/Sha-Smi 







STEVEN T. SNIPES 


Boone, NC 


NANCY J. SNYDER 


ErIanger 


TERESA A. SNYDER 


Erianger 


TERI LEI SNYDER 


Ekron 


DEBBIE L. SOWDERS 


Flat Lick 


ROBIN L.SPANGLER 


Dillsboro, IN 


HAMILTON 0. SPEAKS 


Stanford 


TERRY ANN SPEARS 


Danville 


THOMAS F. SPEED 


Memphis, TN 


DONNA L. SPENCER 


Beatty villa 


RHONDA K.SPURLOCK 


Corbin 


DWIGHT E. STACY 


Toler 


LINDA E. STAMPER 


Mt. Sterling 


ALLEN R. STANFORD 


Jackson 


JENNIFER M. STAPLES 


Ravenna 


RAYS.STAPLETON 


Middlesboro 


KAREN L. STARK 


Carrollton 


J. KEVIN STENGEL 


Louisville 


SUSAN L. STENGEL 


Louisville 


MARK A. STEPHENS 


Louisville 


DEBORAH J. STEVENS 


Ashland 


KAREN A. STONE 


Richmond 


PAULA STORY 


Brooksville 


STEVEN G. STRIPP 


Fairview, NJ 


MARY E. STRODTBECK 


Hamilton, OH 


BONNIE STRONG 


Craftsbury Common, VT 


LONDA A. STRONG 


Irvine 


LOWELL NICK STRONG 


Lexington 


KATHLEEN A. STRUNK 


Cincinnati, OH 


MARSHA KAY STUMBO 


Prestonsburg 


CARLAM.SUERDIECK 


TippCity, OH 


THOMAS EDGAR SUTTON 


Mt. Washington 


GARNETTA SWEENEY 


Liberty 


MICHAEL M. SWEENEY 


Louisville 


ROBIN L. SWIGART 


Xenia, OH 


TERESA K.SWOPE 


Cygnet, OH 


SUSAN A. SYMS 


Valley Station 


WALTER M. TABLER 


Louisville 


JIMMY B. TABOR 


Lebanon 


ANNETTA G. TACKETT 


Robinson Creek 



Sophomores/Sni-Tac 447 



RIGHT: During an open house at Case Hall 
this coed finds the right time to work on her 
collage. 




DEBRAKAYTACKETT 
KATHY L. TACKETT 
KEVIN BRIAN TARTER 
JAMES MICHAEL TAULBEE 
DEBRA ANN TAYLOR 



MICHAEL D.TAYLOR 
REBECCA L. TAYLOR 
RITA KAY TAYLOR 
SHERRON S. TAYLOR 
TRACEY L. TAYLOR 



JANICE G.TEAGUE 
MEG M. TEIPEL 
LISA ANNE THOMAS 
RORY D. THOMAS 
KATHY L. THOMISON 



DITA L.THOMPSON 
JERRY M. THORPE 
MARY BETH TIERNEY 
BETSY A. TIPTON 
MITZI M. TIPTON 



Inez 

Dorton 

Russell Springs 

Campton 

Cincinnati, OH 



London 

Independence 

Harrodsburg 

Mortons Gap 

Radcliff 



Louisville 

Ft. Wright 

Crestwood 

Lexington 

Dayton, OH 



Maceo 

Beattyville 
Aurora, IL 
Richmond 
Richmond 




448 Sophomores/Tac-Tip 



Dorm Life Promotes Creativity 




ANNC.TOMLINSON 


Frankfort 


ROBERT G. TOPMILLER 


Cincinnati. OH 


CONNIE TOTH 


Valley Station 


PAUL H. TRAVIS 


Covington 


ROSE E. TRAVIS 


Carrollton 


LISA C. TREACY 


LaVale, MD 


JENNIFER S. TREADWAY 


Fortville, IN 


DEBORAH K. TUBB 


Louisville 


KAREN L. TUBBESING 


Maysville 


DONNA M. TUCKER 


Louisville 


WILLIAM DAVID TUCKER 


Louisville 


MARY TUREMAN 


Richmond 


TERESA ANN TURLEY 


Lexington 


CLIFFORD M. TURNER 


Coeburn. VA 


ETHEL F. TURNER 


Richmond 


SHARON KAY TURNER 


Middlesboro 


SHERRY L. TYLER 


Eminence 


KAREN L. UNDERHILL 


Bridgewater, NJ 


LAURA M. UNDERWOOD 


Louisville 


LORENZO VALENTIN JR. 


Newark, NJ 


JULIE MARIE VALENTINO 


Corbin 


BEVERLY S. VANCE 


West Liberty 


DONNA F. VANDY 


London 


CINDY L. VanMIDDLESWORTH 


London 


TAMI L. VAN PELT 


Erianger 


LESLEY D. VARNEY 


McCarr 


LISA D. VAUGHAN 


S. Williamson 


JENNIFER L. VAUGHT 


Danville 


GARY W. VEACH 


Independence 


GLENDA GAYLE VIARS 


Hyden 


MARY A. VICE 


Burlington 


CAROL A. VITATO 


Louisville 


MARY PAT VONDERHAAR 


Louisville 


LOR! LEE WALBRUN 


Cincinnati, OH 


MELVIN WALKER 


Danville 


MARY F. WALLACE 


Lexington 


JEFF WALTER 


Louisville 


BERNADINE WARD 


Carrollton 


JEFFREY C. WARNER 


Dayton. OH 


BARBARA ANN WATKINS 


Warminster, PA 



Sophomores/Tom-Wat 449 



Weaver Loses Its Ivy 



PAMELA M.WATKINS 


Lexington 


DEBORAH ANNE WEAVER 


Barbourville 


LORRAINE WEAVER 


Cleveland, OH 


BENNY H. WEBB 


Middlesboro 


JENNIFER G. WEBB 


Louisville 


PHYLLIS A. WEBB 


Middlesboro 


JUDY A. WEBER 


Louisville 


KATHERINE ANN WEIKEL 


Owensboro 


PAMELA SUE WELCH 


Maysville 


CYNDI A. WESTERFIELD 


Louisville 


VICKY LEE WHEELER 


Harrodsburg 


MELISSA WHITAKER 


Hazard 


DONALD CLAY WHITE JR. 


Nicholasville 


BARRY S. WHITMAN 


Louisville 


MELANIE 8. WICKHAM 


Richmond 



FAITH WIDDOWFIELD 
JANET M. WIDMANN 
AVA GENE WILDER 
MICHAEL ROY WILDER 
JOYCE A. WILHELMI 



FRANCES F.WILKIRSON 
BARB J. WILLIAMS 
FELICIA LYNN WILLIAMS 
LISA KAY WILLIAMS 
REBECCA LYNN WILLIAMS 



DONNA J. WILLIAMSON 
LAURIE A. WILLIAMSON 
RONALD D. WILLIAMSON JR. 
CINDY L. WILLOUGHBY 
ROBIN LYNN WILLS 



BECKHAM H.WILSON 
ELIZABETH A. WILSON 
REGINA D. WILSON 
SUE ANN WILSON 
NANCY CAROL WINGATE 



GREGORY R.WISEMAN 
ANTHONY G. WITT 
JEFF L. WOLF 
ALAN M. WOLFE 
SCOTT C. WOLFE 



New Galilee, PA 

Cincinnati, OH 

Pineville 

Middlesboro 

Louisville 



Lexington 

Flemingsburg 

Louisville 

Centerville, OH 

Nicholasville 



Dublin, OH 

Lexington 

Williamson, WV 

Owingsville 

Covington 



Russell Springs 

Nicholasville 

Mt. Sterling 

Oneida 

Frankfort 



Richmond 

McKee 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Scituate, MA 




450 Sophomores/Wat-Wol 




KAREN E.WOODS 


Versailles 


THERESA R. WOODS 


Louisville 


SHEILA G. WORRELL 


Cynthiana 


PATRICIA L. WRIGHT 


Louisville 


VICKIE A. WULFHORST 


Cincinnati, OH 


DEBBIE J. YATES 


Louisville 


JONI L. YATES 


Louisville 


PATRICIA JOAN YEARY 


Cincinnati, OH 


KELLY V. YOUNG 


Newport, TN 


MIKE W. YOUNG 


Park Hills 


SAMUEL R. YOUNG 


Radcliff 


SUSAN ELAINE YOUNG 


Pineville, LA 


JANET MARIE YOUNT 


Cary, IL 


KIN TAK JOHN YU 


Richmond 


JOAN E. ZETZER 


Lexington 


DENISE L.ZIMMERMAN 


Louisville 



Sophomores/Woo-Zim 451 



Freshmen Face Moving In Obstacles 



PAULA D.ABLES 


Xenia.OH 


LARRY EUGENE ABNEY 


Winchester 


NURI K. ABUSHAALA 


Tripoli, Libya 


GERI E. ADAMS 


Richmond 


KENNETH DOUGLAS ADAMS 


ML Veron 


LINDA A. ADAMS 


Nicholasville 


MONIECA KAYE ADAMS 


Whitesburg 


REGINA KAY ADAMS 


Crab Orchard 


TENA D. ADAMS 


Whitesburg 


PAM K. ADINGTON 


Kings Mountain 


MARINA E.ALFORD 


Frankfort 


DEBRA L. ALLEN 


Springfield, OH 


JANET ALLEN 


Hardshell 


SHERRI G. ALLEN 


Lexington 


CAROL LYNN ALLENDER 


Independence 


JANET L.ALLISON 


May's Lick 


WALTER R. ALSIP 


Mt. Vernon 


FARIDAH ALZAMAN 


Richmond 


GAYLA DAWN AMBURGEY 


Ashland 


GEORGE AMBURGEY 


Corbin 


JAN E.ANDERSON 


Pine Knot 


DENISE A. ANGELINI 


Fairport, NY 


KAREN LEE APPLEGATE 


Brandenburg 


ELLEN E. ARENS 


Lexington 


CINDY M. ARNOLD 


Lancaster 


PENNY SUEARNOLD 


Marion, 10 


WOODY ARVIN 


Irvine 


LISA MARIE AUG 


Nicholasville 


BOBBY L. AUSTIN 


Lancaster 


ANNE W. AYER 


Calhoun 


LORIRAEBACHMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


CINDY M. BACON 


Bricktown, NJ 


KERRIE KATHLEEN BAGBY 


Richmond 


SARAH A. BAGGETT 


Owensboro 


KATHLEEN M. BAILEY 


Springfield, OH 


LAUREL L.BAILEY 


Lexington 


TERR! LEA BAILEY 


South Williamson 


DEBRA GAIL BAKER 


Eminence 


EDDIE RAY BAKER 


Pinevilie 


ROBERT J. BAKER 


Harrodsburg 




452 Freshmen/Abl-Bak 









LEFT: After the first few trips to 
the car, a quicl< phone call to 
renew acquaintances is in order. 




ROBIN L.BAKER 


Manchester 


EILEEN KAY BALDWIN 


Ravenna 


GARRY L. BALL 


Harrison, OH 


JIM C. BALL 


Evarts 


JOANNE KAY BALLARD 


Paint Lick 


SAMUEL D.BALLARD 


Harrodsburg 


SHERRI A. BALLARD 


Middletown, OH 


VICKI L. BALLEW 


Lexington 


MARY JO BALLINGER 


Frankfort 


SHARON SUE BALOGH 


Johnstown, PA 



DAVID E. BALTENBERGER 
CAROLYN S. BANKS 
SHARON A. BARGER 
ROBBIN J. BARKER 
ANNETTE M. BARNACLO 



GUY P. BARNES 
CHARLES A. BARNETT 
LISA J. BARNETT 
REBECCA LYNN BARTEL 
REBECCA SUSAN BASTON 



KIM A. BATEMAN 
MARK R. BATTEY 
JAIME H. BAUER 
AMY LYNN BAUMANN 
MARGARET M. BAUMER 



Louisville 

Wnitesburg 

Tipp City, OH 

Frankfort 

Cincinnati, OH 



Ft. Mitchell 

Valley Station 

Mt. Sterling 

Newport 

Dry Ridge 



Nitre. WV 

West Liberty 

Waynesville, OH 

Ft. Thomas 

Seminole, FL 



Fresh men/Bak-Bau 453 



HELEN D.BAXTER 
HENRY LEWIS BEAKES 
MIKE G. BEHLER 
DEBBIE J. BEHRER 
KIM P. BELL 



SHANNON L.BELL 
LAURIE ANN BELLO 
KAREN E. BENNETT 
CONNIE R. BENTLEY 
HOWARD LEE BENTLEY 



PAMELA F. BENTLEY 
ROCKY L. BENTLEY 
ALANE BERBERICH 
LESLIE A. BERGDOLL 
HEATHER L. BERRY 



Fleming 

Louisville 

Ft. Wright 

Wheelersburg, OH 

Clayton, OH 



Warsaw 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville 

Independence 

Soutti Shore 



Whitesburg 

Southshore 

Florence 

Cincinnati, OH 

Franklin, OH 



TERRY ANTHONY BERRY 


Louisville 


DEBBIE L. BIDDLE 


Berry 


BERNADETTE BINGHAM 


Gray 


ROSEMARY BINGHAM 


Cadiz 


RHONDA G. BLACK 


Liberty 


DEBBIE S.BLACKBURN 


Pikeville 


JAMES MICHAEL BLAIR 


Xenia, OH 


MARGARET MARY BLAKE 


Grandview. MO 


MARIE J. BLANCHARD 


Lexington 


DENISE J. BLANTON 


Jackson 


DEWEY D.BLEVINS 


W. Liberty 


ERNIE W. BLEVINS 


Crab Orchard 


LEE W. BLIZZARD 


Richmond 


DONNA J. BLYTHE 


Lexington 


PEGGY SUE BOBST 


Springfield, OH 


FONDA R. BOCK 


Louisville 


LINDA ANN BODEN 


Portsmouth, OH 


DEBRA J. BOGGS 


Louisville 


BARBARA L. BOKACH 


Mason, OH 


JAMES T. BOLTE 


Russell 


LISA MARIA BONIN 


Louisville 


KATHY JO BOOTH 


Lexington 


VICKI BOSLEY 


Florence 


TERRI B. BOSMA 


Cincinnati, OH 


BRIGITTE ANN BOUDINOT 


Radciiff 




454 Freshmen/Bax-Bou 




DIANE BOWENS 
ANN C. BOWLING 
DOUGLAS A. BOYD 
MARK E. BOYD 
SALLY C. BOYD 



COLLEENS. BOYLE 
DEBBIE KAY BRADLEY 
SHAUNA R. BRADLEY 
VALERIE DARLENE BRADLEY 
PAUL DOUGLAS BRAKEFIELD 



DIANAS. BRAMER 
CAROL L. BRAMSCHREIBER 
JENNIFER LYNN BRAMSTEDT 
CATHY L. BRASHEAR 
GARY JOE BRATCHER 



MARY ANN BRATCHER 
TERRI L. BRECKHEIMER 
SHERIE M. BREEDING 
VERNON DALE BREITENSTEIN 
KARA M. BRENZEL 



MELODYEL. BREWER 
VANESSA R. BRIGGS 
DIANA KAY BRITTON 
NATALIE A. BRITTON 
LORA L. BRONKEN 



BARBARA A. BROOKFIELD 
TOM KETIH BROOKS 
VALARIE SUE BROOKS 
DAVID R. BROWN 
SCOTT D. BROWN 



TONYA M.BROWN 
ROBIN LISPETH BROWNING 
AMY L. BROYLES 
CYNTHIA BRUCE 
SUSAN KAYE BRUCE 



BEVERLY ANN BRUMAGEN 
PAM G. BRUMFIELD 
PEGGY SUE BRUNO 
LAURA LEE BRUSSEE 
CHRIST! L. BRYAN 



Taylorsville 

New Haven 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Hopkinsville 



Lexington 

Brodhead 

Louisville 

Pikeville 

Ravenna 



Crestwood 

Baltimore. OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Louisville 
Louisville 
Isom 
Louisville 
Louist/ille 



Flemingsburg 

Louisville 

Harrodsburg 

Frankfort 

Northbrook, IL 



Prospect 

Pineville 

Williamsburg 

Fountain Run 

Cincinnati, OH 



Louisville 
Harlan 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Salem, IN 



Louisville 

Richmond 

Cincinnati, OH 

Thornville, OH 

Catlettsburg 



Freshmen/Bow-Bry 455 



Card Catalog Encourages Exploration 



GWENDOLYN YVETTE BRYANT 


Elizabethtown 


CATHERINE BUDZINSKI 


Lexington 


KELLY L. BUIRLEY 


West Carrollton, OH 


VICKY Y. BULLITT 


Louisville 


DONNA J. BUNCH 


Highbridge 


BRIDGET M.BUNNING 


Ft. Thomas 


FREDERICK EARL BURCHETT 


Louisville 


DAVID BURGESS 


Georgetown 


JANE ANN BURGESS 


Covington 


SHERRY A. BURNETT 


Springboro, OH 


JANICE KAY BURNS 


Macl<ville 


BECKY J. BUSH 


Owenton 


ANDREA J. BUTCHER 


Madisonville 


SHERRY L. BUTTERFIELD 


Louisville 


LINDA LEE CABANNE 


Naperville, IL 


JANL.CAFFEE 


Louisville 


MYRA LYNNE CALDER 


Corbin 


LAURA A. CALKINS 


Lexington 


KATHRYN A. CALLAWAY 


Knoxville, TN 


GAYLE M. CAMBRON 


Louisville 


FRED D.CAMPBELL 


Lancaster 


LORA ELAINE CAMPBELL 


Walton 


STACY J. CAMPBELL 


Hicksville, OH 


SUSAN E. CAMPBELL 


Lexington 


JEFF L. CAREY 


Lancaster 


SUSANA. CARLOCK 


Kettering, OH 


KAREN L CARMAN 


Lexington 


BETTY LOU CARPENTER 


Manchester 


DONNA J. CARPENTER 


Richmond 


JEFF CARPENTER 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


NEIL P. CARRIER 


Danville 


RON E. CARROLL 


Lexington 


KATHLEEN L. CARTER 


Calhoun 


PATTY A. CARTER 


Campbellsville 


LORI ANN CASE 


Cincinnati, OH 


KIMBERLY SUSAN CASTLE 


Wittensville 


ROBIN CAUDILL 


Lexington 


BONNIE JEAN CAYTON 


Dayton 


TOM CETTA 


Miami, PL 


PAULENE CHANEY 


Irvine 




456 Freshmen/Bry-Cha 




LEFT: This industrious student checks 
with the card catalog in the library 
before attempting to search four floors 
for his information. 




TAMMYJ.CHANEY 
PHIL CARL CHEAP 
SANDY KAYE CHEATHAM 
WANDA C. CHILDRESS 
CHERI M, CLARK 



PAMELA J. CLARK 
ROBIN J. CLARK 
MAUREEN CLEAR 
JACKIE L. CLEPHANE 
RODNEY G. CLEVINGER 



PATRICIA E.CLOUD 
BEVERLY ANITA CLOYD 
EDWARD L. COBB 
ELSIE LYNN COBB 
CINDY S. COCHRAN 



KIMBERLYD.COELLO 
SHARON DENISE COLLIER 
DEBORAH COLLINS 
LINDA M. COLLINS 
M. COLLEEN COLLINS 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Danville 

Louisville 

Mt. Washington 



Ashland 

Louisville 

Danville 

Reading, OH 

Pikeville 



Ludlow 

Georgetown 

Muldraugh 

Nicholasville 

Richmond 



Lexington 

Danville 

Lexington 

Phelps 

Ft. Mitchell 



Freshmen/Cha-Col 457 



DEBBI G.COLSTON 


Eminence 


KEVIN COMBS 


Louisville 


ODOS DENISE COMBS 


Bulan 


PATRICIA LYNN COMBS 


Clay City 


DARLENE D. COMPTON 


Dayton, OH 


KERRY L.CONLEE 


Owingsville 


KIMBERLY J. CONLEY 


Westerville, OH 


CONNIE M, CONN 


Sturgis 


LISSA F. CONRADI 


Milford, OH 


KATHRYN MARIE COOMBS 


Louisville 


LESLIE A. COOMES 


Frankfort 


KATHY A. COOPER 


Harrison, OH 


ROB J. COOPER 


Louisville 


LAUREL ELIZABETH CORNETT 


Manchester 


SUSAN J. CORNETT 


Fogertown 


BARBARA L.CORSO 


West Mifflin, PA 


THERESA LYNN COULTER 


Danville 


FRAN M. COWHERD 


Campbellsville 


CHARLES W. COX 


Richmond 


CHERYL A. COX 


Stanton 


CINDY ANN COX 


Brooksville 


GLENN E. COX 


Irvine 


JANE ELLEN COX 


Lexington 


JOY DENISE COX 


Louisville 


KATHY L. COX 


Irvine 




RIGHT: The solitude of a 
Jones Building stairway, 
provides this coed with a mo- 
ment of quiet, as she studies 
between classes. 



458 Freshmen/Col-Cox 





PAMELA DEMISE cox 
PEGGY JUNE COX 
TERESA S. COX 
VIRGINIA L. COX 
DEBRA R. CRAFT 



SAMUEL CRAWFORD 
JAMES DAVID CROWE 
CARLA DENISE CRUME 
ANNE CRUTCHER 
CAROL L. CULLEN 



ANNE. CULLY 
CATHY S. CUMMIN 
CAROL A. CUMMINS 
COLLEEN ELIZABETH CURRAN 
KEVIN K. CURREN 



TAMMI CURRY 
BEVERLY ANN CURTIS 
TAM R. DAILEY 
JANE M. DAVIDSON 
JOAN L. DAVIDSON 



DELPHIA M.DAVIS 
HUGH MARSHALL DAVIS 
LUANNE DAVIS 
MARJORIE E. DAVIS 
BRENDA SUE DAWSON 



KEITH L. DAWSON 
JOSIE DEARING 
CINDY DeBELL 
MOIRA S. DEMPSEY 
JAY E. DERNOVSHEK 



KIMANNDERRER 
DIANE JOAN DERRICK 
SANDRA C. DeWITT 
SUSAN ELIZABETH DILLE 
BRUCE PATRICK DILLMAN 



THOMASINEE. DIXON 
TIMOTHY M. DIXON 
STEVE ERIC DOCKERY 
LARRY B. DOKER 
MARIA TERESA DOMENECH 



Minneola, FL 

Independence 

Nicholasville 

Somerset 

Louisville 



Beattyville 

Irvine 

Chaplin 

Frankfort 

Louisville 



Independence 

Kettering, OH 

Harrodsburg 

Louisville 

Greenfield, OH 



Richmond 

Mitchellsburg 

Lexington 

Paris 

Manchester 



Louisville 

Middlesboro 

Lawrenceburg, IN 

Batavia, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 



Lexington 

Lexington 

Cox's Creek 

Lynchburg, VA 

Berea 



Ashland 

Ashton, MD 

Rineyville 

Centerville, OH 

Louisville 



Rush 

Irvine 

Corbin 

Lakeside Park 

Miami, FL 



Freshmen/Cox-Dom 459 



MONICA LYNN DORSEY 


Ft. Mitchell 


PAMELA ANN DOTSON 


McVeigh 


ROBIN DOTSON 


Wise, VA 


CATHY R. DOUGLAS 


Liberty 


PENNY L. DOYLE 


Maysville 


RICHARD L.DRAKE 


Beattyville 


ELIN DRANGEID 


Lexington 


PATTY J. DRENNEN 


Springfield, OH 


PAMELA A. DRURY 


Valley Station 


ELIZABETH ANN DUERSON 


Richmond 


SANDY F.DUGGER 


Covington 


MARK R. DUKE 


Louisville 


DEBBIE L. DUMMER 


Louisville 


PAMELA L. DUNAVENT 


Warsaw 


CHARLES RICHARD DUNLAP 


Wilmington, OH 


BENJAMIN C.DUNN 


Lexington 


DENISE DUNN 


Lexington 


DURELL DUNN 


Lexington 


JACQUIE L. DUNNIGAN 


Frankfort 


DIANNE L. DUSENBERY 


Newark, OH 




RIGHT: Warm weather and free 
time lures this coed outdoors for a 
quick ride around campus. 




460 Freshmen/Dor-Dus 



Biking: Enjoyment For Some 





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JENNIFER LYNN DUTTON 


Versailles 


BOB DUVALL 


Beaver Dam 


SANDRA S. DUVALL 


Leitchfield 


JANA KAYE DYKE 


Ironton, OH 


LISA A. EARLYWINE 


Carlisle 


SIDNEY L. EAST 


Nicholasville 


DAVID L. EASTERLING 


Cottle 


LOU ANNE EDELEN 


Fisherville 


RHONDA KATHERINE EDELEN 


Springfield 


JACKIE A. EDMONDSON 


Owenton 


JERRI A. EDWARDS 


Mitchellsburg 


ROBERT A. EIFERT 


Erianger 


MARY LYNN ELDER 


Louisville 


NANCY L. ELDER 


Louisville 


PAULA M. ELERY 


Louisville 


KELLI L. ELLIS 


Findlay, OH 


THOMAS G. EMERICK 


Canton, OH 


LINDA A. EMMERICH 


Dayton, OH 


MARTHA FRANCES EMMONS 


Flemingsburg 


MYRON EMODY 


South Williamson 


CHRIS M.ENGLERT 


Louisville 


SHARON ANN ENGLERT 


Louisville 


DEBBIE A. ENRIGHT 


Cincinnati, OH 


PEGGY L. ERFTENBECK 


Westchester, OH 


CHRISTINE M. ERNST 


Miamisburg, OH 


TAMARA KAY EVANS 


Booneville 


TAMMY L. EVERMAN 


Kettering, OH 


TAMARA S. FARGASON 


Fresno, CA 


LAWRENCE W. FARRELL 


Coshocton, OH 


TODD W. FAULKNER 


Corbin 


ERIK W. FEARING 


Dawson Springs 


JULIE ANN FENTON 


Centerville, OH 


LORI A. FICKER 


Highland Hts. 


BRIDGET P. FIELDS 


Hamilton, OH 


DIANE K. FIELDS 


Hamilton, OH 


JEFFERY L FIELDS 


Hallie 


MELINDA J. FIELDS 


Lexington 


JOAN ELAINE FIGLESTAHLER 


Sciotoville, OH 


ELENA M. FINLEY 


Richmond 


BOBBIE JEAN FINNELL 


Erianger 



Freshmen/Dut-Fin 461 



LISA KAY FITZHARRIS 
ANN B. FLAHERTY 
SUSAN RUSSELL FLANAGAN 
TOM NELSON FLANNIGAN 
KEVIN D. FLOWERS 



CHARLES MICHAEL FLOYD 

MARY T. FOGARTY 

GARRY W. FOISTER 

BRENT JOSEPH FORTWENGLER 

AMY MARIE FRANCE 



MICHELE A. FRANCIS 
JODY L. FRAUNFELTER 
CHERYL A. FRAZIER 
NINA R. FRAZIER 
SALLY J. FRAZIER 



VANESSA D. FRAZIER 
VANETTA D. FRAZIER 
JEANINE FREDERICK 
DEBRA VANESSA FRENCH 
MARC D. FREVOLA 



KARAS. FRICKE 
RHONDA J. FRIES 
LINDA KAY FRITZ 
TIMOTHY E. FUGATE 
ROGER F. GAGNE 



VANESSA L. GALES 
DAWN R. GARRISON 
JAMES GARRISON 
REBECCA A. GASTINEAU 
RUTH ANN GATEWOOD 



TONYA R.GAYLORD 
JILL M. GEBELT 
LAUREN E. GEISS 
KIMBERLY A. GENTRY 
LEANN R. GILL 



REBECCA SUSAN GILL 
MARK S. GILLESPIE 
KAREN J. OILMAN 
MARY K. GOODENOUGH 
BECKY GORBANDT 



Cincinnati, OH 

Irvine 

Pikeville 

Vanceburg 

Frankfort 



Richmond 

LaGrange 

Manchester 

Louisville 

Covington 



Louisville 

Coshocton, OH 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Gilbertsville 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Berea 

Jersey City, NJ 



Waynesville, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Richmond 

London 

New Haven 



Jenkins 
Covington 

Ft. Thomas 
Lancaster 

Winchester 



Nicholasville 
Alexandria 

Holmdel, NJ 

Louisville 

Bardstown 



Harrogate, TN 

Hamilton, OH 

W. Carrollton, OH 

Covington 

Louisville 




462 Freshmen/Flt-Gor 




GETA J. GORDON 
ORISA GORDON 
DIANA L. GRAESE 
LYNNE C. GRAHAM 
ALLEN S. GRAVES 



STEPHEN P. GRAVES 
FREDERICK M. GREENE 
CATHY T. GREENWELL 
MICHELLE J. GREENWELL 
LISA CAROL GRIFFIN 



BONNIEGRIFFITH 

RAM R. GRIMES 

JAMES MICHAEL GRINNAN 

KAREN S. GRISHAM 

MARTIN C. GWIN 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Radcliff 

Danville 

Richmond 



Paris 

Huntingdon Valley, PA 

Louisville 

Morganfield 

Lexington 



Lexington 

Louisville 

Ludlow 

Worthville 

Farmersville, OH 



CAROL JEAN HAAG Louisville 

KAIS SALEH HABEEB Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 

STANLEY PATRICK HABERMEHL Augusta 

DAVID S. HACKER McKinney 

JANE HACKER Richmond 



TINA L. HACKER 
CYNTHIA LYNN HAFER 
KEITH A. HAFER 
DENISE R. HAGAN 
CHERYL HAGEDORN 



KATHYANNHAHN 
LANA G. HALCOMB 
SUSAN TRACY HALE 
JANE E. HALEY 
JUDITH M. HALFACRE 



AMY N.HALL 
J. W. HALL 
REBECCA HALL 
SHARI LYNN HALL 
JANE E. HALLIWELL 



JERRY L.HAMILTON 
KEVIN JOSEPH HAMILTON 
LISA KAYE HAMILTON 
NANCY E. HAMILTON 
TANYA F. HAMILTON 



Berry 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Cincinnati. OH 

Paint Lick 

Ashland 



Lawrenceburg 
Mt. Vernon 
Springfield 
Brooksville 

Elizabethtown 



Green Hills, OH 

Crestw/ood 

New Port Richey, FL 

Louisville 

Pikeville 



Louisville 
Lebanon 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 



Freshmen/Gor-Ham 463 



Registration Means Taking Orders 



BARBARA A. HAMMOND 


Inez 


SHEILA R. HAMPTON 


Virgie 


DIANE EARLINE HANCOCK 


Louisville 


CAROL A. HANSEN 


Lexington 


MYRON LEE HANSEN 


Highland, IN 


KAREN EILEEN HARGAN 


Vine Grove 


JOYCE A. HARRIS 


Irvine 


KAREN K. HARRIS 


Newark, OH 


CINDY SUE HARSHFIELD 


Louisville 


ORLANDO C. HART 


Willingboro, NJ 


TERILYNHARTING 


Cincinnati, OH 


GENEVA E. HARTMAN 


Sharpsburg 


LORI ANNE HARTMAN 


Middletown, OH 


DEBRA KAY HARVEY 


Newark, OH 


DENISE HATFIELD 


Louisville 


MARGARET A. HATFIELD 


Danville 


MICHAEL CRAIG HATOOR 


Tiffin, OH 


DANIEL LEE HAY 


Cincinnati, OH 


PAULA ANN HAY 


Brooksville 


ESTHER D. HAYDEN 


Lexington 


WILLIAM E. HAYDON 


Loretto 


CINDY A. HAYES 


Ft. Knox 


SANDRA D. HAYES 


Ashland 


TAMMY M. HAYS 


Clay Hole 


GARY W. HAZLE 


Louisville 




RIGHT: During registration, 
signs give directions to stu- 
dents while they stand in 
various lines for check out. 




464 Freshmen/Ham-Haz 



From Every Direction 




VERONICA D.HAZZARD 


Prospect 


NANCY LYNN HECK 


Louisville 


CLIFFORD W. HEDGES 


Louisville 


ANN E. HEDGLIN 


Richmond 


MARY GENE HEEB 


Ft. Mitchell 


BARBHEHL 


Ft. Thomas 


KATHY LYNN HEICKEN 


Louisville 


EVA F. HEIMERDINGER 


Louisville 


BARBARA ANN HEIZMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


DAVID L. HELLWIG 


Doylestown, PA 


KATHY LYNN HENDERSON 


Danville 


REGINA L. HENDERSON 


Frankfort 


DEBBIE C. HENDREN 


Salvisa 


MARY SUE HENDREN 


Richmond 


LAURA E. HENDRICKS 


Cynthiana 




LEFT: Cadets from the ROTC Military Police 
unitvifork during registration to give directions 
to confused students. 



Freshmen/Haz-Hen 465 



ROXIE F.HENDRICKS 


Newark, OH 


MARILYN F. HENDRIX 


Flemingsburg 


STEPHANIE G. HENDRIX 


Flemingsburg 


VIRGINIA ANN HENNING 


Hagerstown, IN 


REGINA FAY HENSLEY 


Covington 


BOBBY DALE HENSON 


Frankfort 


BETH ANN HEROLD 


Franklin, OH 


PAM HIGDON 


Lebanon 


MARY ANN HILDEBOLT 


Eaton, OH 


GARY WAYNE HILLOCK 


Versailles 



PAULA JO HINCHMAN 
RONALD KEITH HITCHCOCK 
SUSAN E. HOLLENBECK 
RONALD T. HOLLIDAY 
LATAUNYA R. HOLLOWAY 



EUGENIA HOLMES 
SUSAN J. HOLT 
CINDY BETH HOLTZAPPLE 
TONI M. HOPKINS 
MARY LOU HORN 



MICHAEL J. HORVATH 
JAMES C. HOWARD 
JO DENISE HOWARD 
ROBERT G. HUBER 
CHERYL A. HUGHES 



VICKIJANEHULETTE 
SHEILA ANN HUMPHREES 
CLYDE E. HUNT 
TERRI HUNT 
CONNIE M. HUNTER 



TAMMY LYNN HUNTER 
DONNA G. HURST 
CONNIE J. HURSTON 
DWIGHT R. HUTCHISON 
VALERYA L. HYRNE 



JANET KAY INGRAM 
DEBBIE SUE JACKSON 
DIANA L. JACKSON 
JAMI JACKSON 
LISA K. JACKSON 



Allen 

Volga 

Louisville 

Harrodsburg 

Louisville 



Jenkins 

Murrysville, PA 

Lebanon, OH 

Crab Orchard 

Finchville 



Dayton, OH 

Harlan 

Wheelwright 

Harrison, OH 

Virgie 



Burlington 

Campbellsville 

Portsmouth, OH 

Hardy 

Albany 



Crestwood 

Middlesboro 

Lexington 

Somerset 

Batavia, OH 



Ravenna 

Oneida 

Richmond 

Ashland 

Camden, OH 




466 Freshmen/Hen-Jac 




MENDY JACKSON 
BETH L. JACOBS 
LEE ANN JACOBS 
ANGES M. JANSEN 
DAVID T. JARVIS 



BARBARA JO JEFFRIES 
DEBBIE L. JOHNSON 
DEBORAH L. JOHNSON 
JONI GAIL JOHNSON 
NANCY JOHNSON 



RAM JOHNSON 
SHERRIE L. JOHNSON 
DOUG R. JORDAN 
CHARLSEY E. JUMP 
PHILLIP C. JURGENSEN 



REBEKAH J. KAHNE 
BETH A. KAISER 
GENIA M. KARLOSKY 
BEVERLY J. KEE 
LISBETH M. KEEFE 



LINDA L.KEIL 
MEG KELLY 

JENNIFER JILL KELTNER 
CINDY L. KERN 
DIANE M. KERR 



Henderson 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Cincinnati, OH 

Georgetown 



Millvllle, NJ 

Wilmore 

Louisville 

Ludlow 

Long Valley, NJ 



Virgie 

Louisville 

New Lebanon, OH 

Florence 

Kankakee, IL 



Ashland 

Louisville 

Hebron 

Russell Springs 

Dayton, OH 



North Olmsted, OH 

Ft. Mitchell 

Campbellsville 

Brooksville 

Harrison, OH 




LEFT: An improvised pillow and blanket 
and a long day of classes combine to allow 
a brief rest in an otherwise uncomfortable 
situation. 



Freshmen/Jac-Ker 467 



DONNAS. KESSELRING 
KAREN KAY KIDD 
JACK P. KINCAID 
JULIE LYNN KING 
KATHRYN S. KINSEY 



PAMELA LOUISE KINSLER 
LESA J. KIRSCH 
GARY WAYNE KISTNER 
KATHY L. KITTS 
CHARLES JOHN KLEIER 



ANGIEM. KLOCKE 
MIKE S. KLOTZ 
TERRIBO KOHN 
BETH Y. KOHSIN 
CHRIS C. KOOGLER 



LISAM.KRAUSER 
DENISE L. KRUER 
LESLIE A. KUNKLE 
MARGARET ANN LAINHART 
LARRY WAYNE LANCASTER 



RENEE LANCASTER 
JOAN G. LANE 
LISA J. LANG 
TAMl J. LANG 
TIMOTHY E. LANGFORD 



THRESEAM.LASH 
MARCIA LOUNETTA LAWLESS 
TAMARA K. LAWRENCE 
ALBERT J. LAWSON 
SANDY GAIL LAWSON 



BETTY M.LEACHMAN 
TERRY L. LEATHERS 
BELINDA L. LEE 
VANEESA L. LEE 
BART J. LEIST 



TINA M.LESTER 
CYNTHIA D. LEWIS 
KAREN A. LEWIS 
LORIE E. LEWIS 
GREGORY M. LIKINS 



Louisville 

Hazard 

Louisville 

New Carlisle, OH 

Wauconda, IL 



Springfield, OH 

Louisville 

Ashland 

Charleston, WV 

Ludlow 



Ft. Thomas 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Union 

Fairborn, OH 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Springfield, OH 

McKee 

Fairdale 



Walton 

Mount Sterling 

Ft. Thomas 

Jamestown, OH 

Somerset 



Richmond 

Waynesville, OH 

Frankfort 

Ekron 

Lexington 



Louisville 

Frankfort 

Shepherdsville 

Mt. Sterling 

Louisville 



Liberty 

Hollywood, FL 

Manchester 

Frankfort 

Prospect 




468 Freshmen/Kes-Lik 




DENISEM. LILLY 


Harrodsburg 


LISA M. LINCOLN 


Louisville 


MARCIA J. LINNENKOHL 


Dayton, OH 


MIKE R. LIST 


Independence 


MARK E. LLOYD 


Covington 


RHODA KAREN LLOYD 


Richmond 


STEPHEN P. LOUTHAN 


London 


GLENDA MAE LOWE 


Stanton 


DEBORAH L. LUCAS 


Shelbiana 


ANNETTE MARIE LUERSEN 


Louisville 


LISA CAROL LUNSFORD 


Ashland 


ALLYSON KAYE LUSBY 


Georgetown 


LESLI LYCAN 


Russell 


RUSSELL D. LYKES 


Troy, OH 


KIMBERLY ANN LYONS 


Centerville, OH 


VOLONDASHEALYSLE 


Louisville 


CHERYL L. MABRY 


La Center 


JONELL MACY 


Hardinsburg 


CHRISTY L. MAGGARD 


Eden, OH 


BETTY ANN MALKIN 


Lexington 


REBECCA A. MOLLOY 


Dayton, OH 


RICKIE A. MANN 


Jamestown 


DEBORAH MARCHESE 


Franklinville, NJ 


SHIRLEY M. MARCUM 


Alpha 


CONNIE ANN MARTIN 


Stanford 


SHARON KAYE MARTIN 


Millstone 


LEE MARX 


Louisville 


CYNTHIA M. MATTINGLY 


Springfield 


JAMES W. MATTINGLY 


Lebanon 


CYNTHIA K. MAYNARD 


Radcliff 


CATHYJ.MAYNE 


ironton.OH 


JILL MAYS 


Boonevllle 


JUDY A. McBRIDE 


Cincinnati, OH 


PATTY McCANN 


Flemington. NJ 


MALINDA ANN McCAULEY 


Versailles 


TAMMY KAY McCLAIN 


Kettering, OH 


JEAN McCLANAHAN 


Pikeville 


DEBBIE K. MCCLELLAND 


Ironton, OH 


JOHN EDWARD McCORMICK 


Clawson, Ml 


BONNIE J. McCOY 


Stanton 




Freshmen/Lil-McC 469 



Skateboarding Becomes Popular Pastime 



CINDY D. Mcdonald 


Carlisle 


MARCiA A. Mcdonald 


Louisville 


BEVERLY C. McKNIGHT 


London 


CINDY McMAHAN 


Hamilton. OH 


MARY ANN McMAINE 


Hawesville 


RANDY MCMILLAN 


Ravenna 


DON J. McNAY 


Edgewood 


FREDDIE DEAN McNEW 


Waynesburg 


MARY M. McQUADE 


Canal Winchester, OH 


KEITH ALAN McWHERTER 


Delaware, OH 


MITZIJ. MEFFORD 


New Liberty 


GLENDA SUE MELTON 


Manchester 


RICHARD J. MENCHEN 


Cincinnati, OH 


DAVID L. MEREDITH 


Louisville 


DIXIE ROBIN METCALF 


Lancaster 




RIGHT: A skateboarding tournament sponsored by 
the University Shopping Center drew many students 
into friendly competition. 



470 Freshmen/McD-Met 






STEVE R.MEYER 


Dayton, OH 


CONNIE F. MICHELS 


Erianger 


DONNA GRACE MIDDLETON 


Claymont, DE 


MIKE S. MIDDLETON 


Richmond 


CAROL JEAN MILLER 


Covington 


LIZABETH T.MILLER 


Augusta 


SARAH D. MILLER 


Taylorsville 


KITTY B. MILLS 


Richmond 


SUSAN KAY MINICK 


Red Bird 


DEBBIE LYNNE MITCHELL 


Frankfort 


DIANA J. MOLLMAN 


Mason, OH 


LESA KAYE MONTGOMERY 


Frankfort 


CARLTONIA JANE MOORE 


Versailles 


GREGORY A. MOORE 


Huntington Station, NY 


MILDRED J. MOORE 


Paint Lick 


RAMONDA DENISE MOORE 


Hazard 


SUSAN N. MOORE 


Eaton, OH 


LISA ANN MOREHEAD 


Hebron 


KENNETH MORGAN JR. 


London 


SCOTT M. MORGAN 


Lebanon 



Freshmen/Mey-Mor 471 



THERESA J. MORGAN 


Danville 


LEE LAMONT MORRIS 


Louisville 


JIM MORROW 


Omaha, NB 


DEBBI L. MULLINS 


Covington 


JENNIFER L. MUSCH 


Danville 


BRIGITTERENEE MUSIC 


East Point 


SUSAN B. NANCE 


Owensboro 


JULIA K. NANTZ 


Helton 


LOU ANNE NAPIER 


Beattyville 


DARVA M. NAVE 


Louisville 


RAYMOND DEAN NEATE 


Sanduskey, OH 


HOLLY JEAN NEFF 


New Albany, IN 


RANDALL E. NEIKIRK 


Somerset 


JERRY W. NETHERLAND 


Finley 


MARJORIE A. NEVITT 


Union Star 


BUTLER E.NEWSOME 


Pikeville 


DONALD E. NEWSOME 


Virgie 


SALLY A. NICHOLS 


Lexington 


MARY JANE NICKELS 


Winchester 


KIM NIEDERHELMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


JODYA. NIVIN 


Louisville 


LISA A. NORTON 


Louisville 


CLARA C. O'DONNELL 


Louisville 


ANNE ELIZABETH O'HARA 


Ft. Thomas 


YVONNA S. OKESON 


Sturgis 


ROBIN LYNN OLIVER 


Richmond 


VINCE P. OSBOURN 


Louisville 


MARY BETH OSBOURNE 


Lebanon 


SHARON K. OSTER 


Danville 


STAGEY L. OWENS 


Williamstow/n 


LYDIAJANEEN PAINTER 


Louisville 


KATIE M. PALAISA 


Valley Station 


VIRGINIA VOGT PALMER-BALL 


Louisville 


JOYCE ANN PARSONS 


Pennington Gap, VA 


MOLLY SUE PARSONS 


Olmsted Falls, OH 


DARRELLW. PARTIN 


Williamsburg 


CINDY A. PATTERSON 


Harrodsburg 


RONDA LEE PATTON 


Hardshell 


JILL M. PAUL 


Maysville 


JACINTA M. PAYNE 


Owensboro 




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472 Freshmen/Mor-Pay 




PAMELAS. PELFREY 


Lexington 


BETH PENNIMAN 


Cynthiana 


JOANNA M. PETERS 


Louisville 


VICKI LYNN PETERS 


Louisville 


WENDY L. PETTIT 


Jamestown, NY 


SHERRY M.PHILLIPS 


Danville 


TAMMY A. PIERCEFIELD 


Walton 


MARY RUTH PIERSON 


Booneville 


DAVID C. PINKSTON 


Russell 


CHERRICE VERNAL PIPES 


Louisville 


JANISL. PLUMMER 


Cynthiana 


CAMELIA S. POLLY 


Whitesburg 


KATHY R. PORTER 


Corbin 


RONNIE GENE POSEY 


Harrison, OH 


MARY JO POTENSKY 


Belfry 


BRIAN D. POTTS 


Paducah 


KIM POWELL 


Louisville 


RICK E. PRESTON 


Maysville 


KENNA LOU PREWITT 


Richmond 


PAMELA G. PREWITT 


Bardstown 


JAMIE LOU PRICE 


Cynthiana 


TAMMY L. PRICE 


Stanford 


ROBYN JO PRICHARD 


Ashland 


CYNTHIA L. PRITCHETT 


Nicholasville 


TERESA L. PROFITT 


Clay City 


TOMMY W. PROW 


Campbellsville 


KAY LESLIE QUEEN 


Glenford, OH 


KATHLEEN MARIE RADTKE 


Cincinnati, OH 


ALMA J. RALSTON 


Louisville 


CHRISTINE M. RAMLER 


Hager Hill 


JENNIFER LYNN RANKIN 


Lancaster 


TAMMIE A. RANKIN 


Lexington 


TAMMY M. RASMUSSEN 


Cincinnati, OH 


ELIZABETH J. RATTERMAN 


Louisville 


KELLY READ 


Park Hills 


ELIZABETH ANN READING 


Jonesville 


WILLIAM W. REARDON 


Richmond 


KAREN MARIE REHKAMP 


Florence 


SHARON L. RENAKER 


Brookville, IN 


KATHY E. RENNIRT 


Fairdale 



Freshmen/Pel-Ren 473 



Respect for Law Begins at Early Age 



KAREN L. REYES 


Lexington 


ARKIE SUE REYNOLDS 


Ft. Thomas 


JAMES CRAIG RHODUS 


Carrollton 


DAVID MICHAEL RICE 


Manctiester 


RUSSELL A. RICE 


Jeffersontown 


DIANA L. RICHARDSON 


Irvine 


LAURIE RIES 


Ft. Thomas 


ELAINE RILEY 


Springfield 


JUDY A. RILEY 


Irvine 


SHARON A. RITCHEY 


Carroll, OH 


KATHY E.RITCHIE 


New Haven 


KATHY LYNN RIZER 


Manhattan, KS 


MATTHEW ROAHRIG 


Coshocton, OH 


TONI L. ROBERSON 


Louisville 


JOCELYN LEIGH ROBERTS 


Ewing, VA 


ANN B.ROBERTSON 


Paris 


MABLE D. ROBINSON 


Ft. Lauderdale, FL 


SHARON ROBINSON 


Louisville 


TAMMY ROBINSON 


Louisville 


VENA H. ROBINSON 


Elkhorn City 


THOMAS FOSTER ROGERS 


Owingsville 


PAMELA MARIE ROLFES 


Ludlow 


GAIL ROSE 


Paris 


LISA KAY ROSS 


Louisville 


JOAN ROTH 


Danville 


ROBERTA. ROTHENBURGER 


Shepherdsville 


LISA J. ROTTNER 


Cincinnati, OH 


JULIE R. ROUGEUX 


Frankfort 


JERRY T. ROWE 


Burkesville 


MELINDA J. RUDD 


Brooksville 


RHONDA GAIL RUSH 


Edmonton 


RICHARD A. RUSHING 


Glenview, IL 


KIMBERLY ANN RUSSELL 


Lexington 


JAMES TODD RYAN 


Crittenden 


LORI R. RYAN 


Mt. W/ashington 


LYNNM.SABIN 


Painted Post, NY 


MARY L. SALZMAN 


Louisville 


REBECCA LYNN SAMMONS 


Lexington 


BERTHA SAMPSON 


Hopkinsville 


CAROLYN R. SAMS 


Manchester 




474 Freshmen/Rey-Sam 




ABOVE: Security supervisor Robert Hammons plays host to a group of Model students as they tour the Brewer Security Building, 




ROBIN G.SANDLIN 


Lexington 


JUNE ELAINE SARGENT 


Freeburn 


FRED A. SARNECKY 


Binghamton, NY 


NANNETTE M. SCHAMAUN 


Eaton, OH 


SUE J. SCHIERING 


Cincinnati, OH 


JOSEPH W.SCHINDLER 


Beattyville 


LISA A. SCHNELLER 


Louisville 


TER'E A. SCHOEMEHL 


Ft. Wright 


DAVID ALLEN SCHULER 


Lexington 


LAURA R. SCHULTE 


Villa Hills 


PAULT.SGHUM 


Louisville 


KATHRYN L. SCHWARTZ 


Ft. Thomas 


SHERYLE L. SCOTT 


McCarr 


JOHN G. SEALE 


Brookville, IN 


PATRICIA A. SEBASTIAN 


Lancaster 


MARK A. SEHORNE 


McRoberts 


JAY L. SEILER 


Louisville 


CHRISTINE SEMLER 


Ironton, OH 


WILLIAM J. SENG 


Louisville 


ELIZABETH SETTLE 


Wilmore 



Freshmen/San-Set 475 



LUS. SETTLES 
GLORIA JEAN SHARP 
MARTI SHAUGHNESSY 
BILLY JEAN SHEENE 
LINDA R. SHELTON 



LINDAJ.SHERRARD 
ALANSON M. SHORT 
MELISSA J. SHUCK 
REBECCA LEE SHUGHART 
WILLIAM WAYNE SILLS 



MARY JANE SIMPSON 
ANNA SINIAVSKY 
NANCY L. SISSEL 
ALETHA RUTH SIZEMORE 
BRENDA G. SIZEMORE 



LUANNSKELLY 
BECKY L. SINGLE 
CINDY A. SLAUGHTER 
ANGELA SLONE 
DEBBIE L SLORACH 



TAMMIE A. SMILEY 
ANITA LOUISE SMITH 
CATHY ANN SMITH 
JAMES T. SMITH 
JENNIFER M. SMITH 



NIcholsvllle 

Richmond 

Louisville 

Stanford 

Richmond 



Covington 

Lexington 

Jeffersontown 

Mt. Holly Springs, PA 

Lexington 



Tompkinsville 

Millville, NJ 

Falmouth 

Ft. Thomas 

Rowdy 



Canton, OH 

Monticello 

Frankfort 

Bypro 

London 



Brandenburg 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Campbellsville 

Villa Hills 



KEVIN F.SMITH 


Covington 


MICHAEL TRACY SMITH 


Blank 


TOM D. SMITH 


Toledo, OH 


JANA F. SNAPP 


Carlisle 


JOY L. SNELL 


Dayton, OH 


RITA GAYLE SNODGRASS 


Danville 


KYRA M. SPARKMAN 


Hallie 


ANDY L. SPARKS 


Mt Sterling 


SCOTT W. SPARKS 


Ft. Thomas 


JOEL H. SPECK 


Lebanon, PA 



BONNIE SUE SPENCER 
JANET L. ST ABE 
BARBARA STAMPER 
MARY L STANDER 
KARI D. STANLEY 



Winchester 

Huntingdon Valley, PA 

Booneville 

Ludlow 

Cincinnati, OH 




476 Freshmen/Set-Sta 



f 




SHELLEY JOY STEELE 


Owingsvllle 


KRISTINE STEPHENS 


Springboro, OH 


TERRY STEPHENS 


Ft. William, OH 


RENEE CHERYL STEPHENSON 


Cincinnati, OH 


MIKE E. STETHEN 


Bedford 


SHELLEY K.STEVENS 


Erianger 


VICKIE STEVENS 


Manchester 


VANESSA A. STEWART 


Letcher 


MARY S. STIVERS 


Louisville 


DOROTHY LOUISE STONE 


Campton 


ELIZABETH W.STONE 


Louisville 


RICK L. STONE 


Rush 


HOLLY KAY STRATTON 


Versailles 


CONNIE STRONG 


Cynthiana 


SHEILA RAE STRONG 


Loveland, OH 


JEANNE ANN STRUNK 


Pine Knot 


KEN J. STUESSEL 


Cincinnati, OH 


ELIZABETH A. STUMBO 


South Williamson 


DIANA W. SULIKOWSKI 


Miami, FL 


DOUGLAS L. SWEENEY 


Louisville 


MARSHA L.TACKETT 


Virgie 


NANCY L. TACKETT 


Jenkins 


NORMA J. TALLENT 


Albany 


RICHARD A. TALLENT 


Albany 


DEBRA ANN TALLEY 


Danville 


ELEANOR J. TAPP 


Springfield 


DUANNA M. TAYLOR 


Louisville 


DURRAN H. TAYLOR 


Finley 


PENNY DENISE TAYLOR 


Corbin 


AUDREY YVONNE TAYSE 


Columbia 


GENALYNNETEATER 


Nicholasville 


DEBORAH A. THACKER 


Richmond 


J. BRADLEY THIEN 


Dayton, OH 


NORMA THOMAS 


Richmond 


JERRI L. THOMPSON 


Mason, OH 


LISA ANN THOMPSON 


Pendleton 


TERESA A. THOMPSON 


Louisville 


KIM A. THRASHER 


Owensboro 


REBECCA JANE TIPTON 


Ravenna 


DAVID JAMES TOBERGTE 


Erianger 



Freshmen/Ste-Tob 477 



Foster Camp Produces Summer Music 



KAREN M.TODD 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


SHARON KAY TODD 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


ELSIE M. TOOMBS 


Liberty 


AMY R. TOPPER 


Centerville, OH 


BRENDA KAY TRAPP 


Covington 


ROSEM.TRENTMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


LISA A. TRIPLETT 


Irvington 


LISA L. TROUTMAN 


Frankfort 


CLAYBURN M. TROWELL 


Louisville 


CHERI LYNN TUCKER 


Morehead 


ROSEE. TUGGLE 


Harrodsburg 


DONNA J. TURLEY 


Lexington 


DEAN TURNER 


Richmond 


JANICE KAY TURNER 


Middletown, OH 


MELINDA M. TURNER 


Mackville 


PATTI A. TURNER 


Radcliff 


SYLVIA M. TURNER 


War Creek 


ELIZABETH LYNN TUSSEY 


Lexington 


VICKIE LYNN TYRA 


Stanton 


KAREN L. TYSSELING 


Dayton, OH 





478 Freshmen/Tod-Tys 



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ABOVE: High school students from across the state attend the Foster Band Camp each summer whose ac- 
tivities are highlighted by an outdoor concert. 




APRIL E. UNDERWOOD 


Monticello 


TERI E. UNDERWOOD 


Independence 


CATHERINE M. UPHAUS 


Louisville 


RUTH W. UTTER 


Cincinnati, OH 


KEVIN C. VAN GILDER 


Middletown, OH 


KATHYA. VANHOOK 


Stanford 


VIVIAN KAY VANOVER 


Corbin 


DIANE VOGT 


Louisville 


JOHN K. VOLKERDING JR. 


Louisville 


SAM A. VOLPENHEIN 


Cincinnati, OH 


BRENDAJOWADE 


Harrodsburg 


PAULA KAY WADE 


Frankfort 


RHONDA C. WADE 


Beattyville 


FRED J. WALKER 


Danville 


JOhl lA L. WALKER 


Mt. Sterling 


LYNETTE WALKER 


Worthington 


TINA C. WALKER 


Louisville 


WOODY WALLACE 


Manchester 


MICHEAL LAMONT WALTON 


Rose Ter. Community 


MICHAEL A. WARD 


Fairfield, OH 



Freshmen/Und-War 479 



The Never Ending Chores of Moving In 






LIBBY J. WARNER 


Nancy 


CINDY J. WASH 


Williamstown 


AUGUSTA M. WASHINGTON 


Georgetown 


CAROL JEAN WATSON 


Richmond 


KARREN J. WEBB 


Lovely 


LaBERTA L.WEBB 


Manchester 


DONNA FAYE WEBER 


Versailles 


KIMBERLY ANN WEBSTER 


Carrol Iton 


GARY D. WEGENAST 


Louisville 


KAREN ANNE WEIS 


Lima, OH 


MELBURN WELCH 


Mt. Sterling 


BETTY L. WELLS 


London 


DEBRA DIANE WELLS 


Piqua, OH 


LINDA G. WELLS 


Pikeville 


MARY E. WELLS 


Frankfort 


MELISSA G.WESLEY 


Batavia, OH 


PAMELA L. WESLEY 


Liberty 


VANESSA WESLEY 


Cadiz 


RAM WESSELKAMPER 


Cincinnati, OH 


TIM J. WESTFALL 


Cincinnati, OH 


PAMALAJ. WHALEY 


Louisville 


MONICA WHEATLEY 


Louisville 


JUDITH ANN WHEELER 


New Castle 


SUSAN WHIDBY 


Vine Grove 


DENISE ANGELA WHITAKER 


Ft. Mitchell 


PAM S.WHITE 


Lebanon, OH 


LAURA B. WHITFIELD 


Waverly, OH 


DEBRA ANN WICKLINE 


Jackson 


ANN E. WILBER 


Lebanon 


DEBORAH LYNN WILDMAN 


Powhatan, VA 


RHONDA KAYEWILKERSON 


Paris 


RITA LOUISE WILLENBRINK 


Louisville 


ANDRE D. WILLIAMS 


Louisville 


CRYSTAL LEE WILLIAMS 


Yosemite 


DEBBIE J. WILLIAMS 


Stearns 


LOUETTA R.WILSON 


Irvine 


PATRICIA KAY WILSON 


Mt. Sterling 


PATTY D. WILSON 


Ashland 


KIMBERLY WINKLER 


Irvine 


DAVID L. WINTERS 


New Carlisle, OH 




480 Freshmen/War-Win 




Making a bunk bed proves to be a difficult task for tfiis Case Hall coed as she moves in during the fall smester. 




IVIELINDA S.WISE 


Campbellsville 


PAM WISNER 


Louisville 


PEGGY L. WITTr\/!ANN 


Russell 


LINDA A. WITZIVIAN 


Westchester, OH 


MARLA KAY WOLFE 


Danville 


ROBIN W.WOLFE 


Morehead 


CHERYL A. WOLFZORN 


Ft. Thomas 


CHRIS R. WOODS 


Louisville 


FRANKIE L. WOODS 


fvlanchester 


BARBARA J. WOOLFOLK 


Louisville 


DENVER WORD 


Manchester 


CINDY ANN WRIGHT 


Lexington 


RONNIE W. WRIGHT 


Stearns 


SUZANNE L. WRIGHT 


Prestonsburg 


YVONNE LYNN WULFEKAMP 


Falmouth 


TERILYNWULFHORST 


Cincinnati, OH 


PAUL L. YANCEY 


Frankfort 


DONALD L. YATES 


Lebanon 


KAREN E. YEAGER 


Florence 


JACKIE L. ZECHELLA 


Alexandria 


RAYZERHUSEN 


Edgewood 


SUZAN GAIL ZIMIVIERMAN 


Six Mile Run, PA 



Freshmen/Wis-Zim 481 




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INDEX AND DIRECTORY 



—A— 



Aaron. Judy 

Abadj, Dyan V. 

Abbott, Deborah L. 

Abbott. Denise G 

Abbott. Fredrick H 

Abbott, Larry G. 341 

Abbott. Marcia T. 

Abbott. Martha A. 

Abbott. Raymond 

Abel. Lawrence D. 

Abell, Dennis L 

Abell. Evelyn M. 401 

Aber, Jenny 247 

Abig, Susan M 

Abig. Yvonne L. 

Abies, Kalhy D 277, 285. 401 

Abies, Paula D 452 

Abner, Alan D. 

Abner. Asa D. 

Abner. David L 

Abner, George 

Abner. Lesler B Jr 

Abner. Linda S. 

Abner. Millie E 

Abney, Barry L 

Abney, David W 

Abney, Deborah M 

Abney, Jessie F 

Abney, Joseph D 164 

Abney, Larry E 330. 452 

Abney, Lillian J. 341 

Abney. Pearlme P 

Abney. Terne J 425 

Abney, William M 151 

Abraham. LouiS 8 

Abrams, Judy A. 

Abrams. Michael C. 

Abrams, Robin A. 

Abafiear, Boniia F 

Abshear, Mark W 

Abshear, Paul V 341 

Abshear. Paula H 

Abshear, Sharon K 

Abushaala, Nun K. 452 

Acciardo, Gilbert A 

ACCOUNTING CLUB 267 

Achu, Emmanuel 129, 341 

Achu, Fehcia S 

Acker. Kathleen B 

Acles, Jamie A 296 

Acree, Larry D 

Acree, Timolhy L 

Action, Nevelyn N 

AcutI, Jama G 

Adair, Kenneth A. 

Adair, Richard A. 

Adair, Richard T 

Adams. Betsy A H 

Adams. Carolyn L. C 

Adams, Charisse M 248, 249, 341 

Adams, Chartolle F 

Adams. Craig 

Adams. Cynthia M 425 

Adams. Dale R 328. 341 

Adams. Debora K 

Adams. Dennis M Jr. 

Adams. Denver 

Adams. Donna 

Adams, Douglas C. 

Adams. Floyd R 

Adams, Gary D 

Adams, George N 

Adams, Gen E 452 

Adams, Gregory S. 

Adams, Jeffrey D. 

Adams, John J 

Adams. Kameron 

Adams, Kennelh D 452 

Adams, Larry N 

Adams, Larry W 425 

Adams, Larry W 

Adams, Laura H 

Adams, Linda A 452 

Adams, Lynn C 

Adams, Maureen R 

Adams. Michael G 

Adams, Michael S, 

Adams, Monieca K 452 

Adams, Opal M. P 

Adams, Paula M 

Adams, Phillip D 

Adams, Phyllis J W 

Adams, Hegma K 452 

Adams, Samuel 

Adams, Samuel M Jr, 

Adams. Scotty D 305 

Adams, Sherwood S. 401 

Adams, Susan D 341 

Adams. Susan L 

Adams, Tamera L 318, 425 

Adams, Tena D, 452 

Adams. Thomas R, 401 

Adams. Wilfred K 

Adamson, Janis G 341 

Addesa, Mark J 

Adigwe, Doralhy I 281, 401 

Adington, Pamela K. 452 

Adkins, Amelia R. 277 

Adkins, Barry C 401 

Adkins, Belly S 

Adkins, Butch 277 

Adkins, Carolyn C. 

Adkins, Edwin P. 

Adkins. Floretta J. 

Adkins. Gordon P, 

Adkins, K Dale 277. 315 

Adkins, Kenneth W. 278 

Adkins. Kimberly J, 

Adkins. Larry K. 

Adkins. Pauline B, 



Adkins, Thomas D. 

Adkins, Timolhy R. 306 

Adkisson, Robert L. 

Adwell, Steven T, 328 

Aedinderler, Shirley 250 

Afkar, Nematollah 

Agboola, Grace A 

Agee, Eleanor R. 

Agee, J B Jr 

Agee, James H 

Agee, Sammy 

Agee, Teresa S 

Agnes, Sister Mary 117 

Abler, Jane I 

Ahler, Mary Jo G 

Ahlers, William J III 

Ahmed, Mesbah 

Ahrens, John E 180 

Ames, Willard 

Akers, Glenda C 

Akers, Jon R 

Akers, Margaret J 

Akers, Margaret K 425 

Akers, Nancy F 

Akers, Novania 394 

Akin, Mark P 316 

Akin, Robert K, 

Aktns, Gary W 

Akins, Wayne T 

Alageel, Khaled S 

Al-Ateek. Abdulaziz M, 341 

Albalawy. Abdullah S 

Albaugh, Rebecca S. 

Albaugh, Richard L 

Aibers, Ronald K ' 

Albin, Michael J 

Albro, Robert L II 330, 341 

Albro. Vernon L. 

Alcorn. Melvin 

Alcorn. Randell 

Alcorn, Roberl J, 

Alcorn, Susan T 

Aldenderfer, Phyllis 

Aldenderler, Shirley 

Alderman, Jerry D. 

Alderlon. Steve L 

Aldieigan, Jamal M. 

Aldridge, Dawn M 216 

Aldridge, MiHon 

Aldridge. Nora F 

Aleek. Abdulaziz M. 

Alexander, Alice M 

Alexander, Arnold R. 

Alexander, Betty J 

Alexander, Clara A 

Alexander. Clyde Jr 

Alexander. Dexter L 

Alexander. Doug M 

Alexander, Garnet D 

Alexander, Gola A 

Alexander, Jewell M 

Alexander, Julia Judy 

Alexander. Kalhy S. 341 

Alexander, Rex W. 
Alfaro, Fernando 

Alford, Barbara G. 164 
Alford, David A 
Alford, Marina E 452 
Alford, Merry S 
Alford, Paul R 
Alford, Wendy A 
Alger, Stephen R 168, 169 
Algier, Ann S 
Alhedathi, Abdullah M 
Alhuthail, Fahd S 
Aljamaan, Fahad H. 
Allan, Christy M 326 
Allbritten, Joe 
Allen. Anihony C 425 
Allen, Barbara K 
Allen, Barry J. 
Allen. Clinton S. 
■Allen, Darren S. 
Allen, Debbie A 401 
Allen, Debra L 452 
Allen, Donna B 252 
Allen, Duane E 341 
Allen, Edwina M 
Allen, Emma J 
Allen, Frances S. 425 
Allen, Glenda C. 
Allen, Gregory D, 
Allen, Hilary L 
Allen, Hilda F. 
Allen, Janet 452 
Allen, John W. 
Allen, Judith C. 
Allen Kim M 330, 341 
Allen, Laura 
Allen, Marcus W 
Allen, Marilyn D 
Allen, Mary E 
Allen, Maurice C 
Allen, Melvin D. Jr. 
Allen. Mike L 253 
Allen, Pamela L 
Allen, Randall L 
Allen, Rhonda G, 
Allen, Ricky D 
Allen. Roxana A. 
Allen, Scotty D 
Allen, Sherri G 452 
Allen, Sherri H 
Allen, Slephen G 
Allen, Sleven W. 
Allen, Susan D 
Allen, Susan E 
Allen, Tanya G, 
Allen, Walter S. 
Allen, Wayne S, 425 
Allender, Carol L 271, 452 
Allender, Dinah M. 
Alley, Rebecca S. 



Alley, Thomas G 

Alley, William D, 

Allison, Becky S- 247, 295. 425 

Allison, Janet C. 

Allison, Janel L. 452 

Allison, Robert T, 

Allison, Russell L. 

Allison, Sherri L, 

Allmyer, Fred W 

Allnutt, Diane E, A, 

Almon, Anthony D, 

Almon, Mary D, 298, 337 

Almonill Khalid 

Aloisi, Thomas A 425 

ALPHA DELTA PI 294, 295 

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 296, 297 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 298, 299 

ALPHA PHI SIGMA 259 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA 253 

Alremaih, Abdullah I 

Alsaif, Saleh A 

Alsayegh, Abdulrahman 

Alsip, Geraldine B 257, 341 

Alsip, Walter R. 452 

Alsman, Edward Jr 

Alton, Danny D. 

Alvey, Candace S 263. 321 

Alvino, Elaine M 425 

Alvino, Joseph H 

Alzaagi, Abdulaziz A 281, 425 

Alzaman, Faridah S. 452 

Alzaman, Hassan S'. 

Amacher, David L. 

Amann. David E. 

Amaio, William J, 324 

Amaya. Cecilia 

Ambrose, Martha E 

Ambrose, Neena D 205, 255, 341 

Amburgey, Gayla D 452 

Amburgey, George B 452 

Amburgey, Gregory D. 

Amburgey, Kenny 0. 

Amburgey. Rila W 

Amburgey, Timolhy W. 

Amburgey, Vicki J, 425 

Amburgy, Judy B. 

Amburn, David W, 

Amelang, Janice S. 

Aminilan, Mohammad H 

Aminilari, Mohammad N 

Amis, Anita D 

Amster. Elizabeth E 

Anderson. Angela F 401 

Anderson. Barry W, 

Anderson, Ben J 

Anderson, Benita F 341 

Anderson, Catherine E 

Anderson, Elizabeth A 273. 425 

Anderson, Howell S 

Anderson, James A 

Anderson, Jane C 452 

Anderson, Janice E. 

Anderson, Jayne H. 

Anderson, Jenmler L 425 

Anderson, Joe D 

Anderson, John H 

Anderson, John W 

Anderson, Karen L 312 

Anderson, Kann S 

Anderson, Ktmberly G. 

Anderson, Larry D 

Anderson, Laurie L 246. 312, 341 

Anderson, Linda S 

Anderson, Mary E 

Anderson, Michael L. 

Anderson, Peter j 

Anderson, Richard L 

Anderson, Rila L 341 

Anderson. Robert C 401 

Anderson, Roberl D 315 

Anderson, Robert L, 

Anderson, Stephen V 

Anderson, Terry R 

Anderson, T/ieresa A. 341 

Anderson, Thomas R 

Anderson. Truman 

Andes, David R 276. 315, 425 

Andrews, Charles H, 

Andrews, Llanya R 

Andriol, Denise M 322 

Angel, Lenore 

Angelini. Oenise A 452 

Angerman, Sleven P 209 

Anglin, Floyd 

Anness, Nancy L. 277. 425 

Anspach, Kevin L, 

Anionello, Stephen J, 

Antrim, Bonnie P 

Antrim, Virginia L, 

Antrim, Wayne L. 

Appelman, Thomas L. Jr, 

Appleby, Barney D 

Appleby, Ramona C 

Applegale, Francine E. 

Applegale, Jack L 

Applegale, Karen L. 452 

Applegale. Linda A 

Applegale, Lisa J 401 

Appleman, Charlene F. 

Appleman. Michael 

Archer, Christina M 216. 217 

Archey, Richard L, 341 

Areharl, Lynda L 246, 265, 318 

341 
Arens, Ellen E. 452 
Arens, Robert L, 332 
Ari. Alireza 
Arllnghaus, Edwin S. 
Arlinghaus, Jay R, 
Armes, Anthony B 279, 328. 341 
Armislead, Peter S 
Arms, Joan K. 281, 341 
Armslrong, Joe C 



Arndls, Teresa J 265, 341 


Bach, William T, 200 , 


Acnetl, Bruce R. 


Bachman, Lori R. 452 


Arnell. Cheryl L 326 


Bacic, John R. 


Arnell, Earl T 


Back, Darwin K. 


Arnell, Jackie L 


Back, Deborah K. 


Arnell, Mary H 


Back, Gregory D, 342 


Arnell, Pamela S 425 


Back, Ira S, 


Arnell, Sara K 


Back, Luella 


Arney, Leonard B 


Back, Mary L. 


Arney, Roy W 


Back, Oberia F, 


Arnold, Ann C 


Back. Tana K. 246, 252, 257 


Arnold, Anne F 


347 


Arnold, Belly F P 


Bacon, Cynthia M. 452 


Arnold, Cindy M 452 


Bacon. Horace S. 


Arnold, Earlene W 277 


Bacon, Kimbrella R. 


Arnold, Glendon 1 


Badgett, James K. 


Arnold, John W 


Badgett, Mary E. 


Arnold, John W 


Badran, Saeed M. 425 


Arnold, Kennelh D, 


Baer, Joel W 342 


Arnold, Kenneth L 


Baertnger, Glenna M. 


Arnold, Lewis E 


Bagby, Kerne K, 312, 452 


Arnold. Paul K 401 


Bagby, Dr. Robert E. 150 


Arnold, Penny S 452 


Baggett, Sarah A 281, 283. 452 


Arnold. Renita C 341 


Baghaki, Abdol M. 


Arnold, Richard L 


Bagley, Jeanne M. 


Arnold. Robert B 425 


Bahls, Nancy E. 


Arnold, Robert W Jr 


Bailey, Betty E. 


Arnold, Steven D 


Bailey, Craig E. 401 


Arnold, Susan K 401 


Bailey, Darlene 


Arnots, Teresa J 246 


Bailey, David C 


Arngon, Calhryn A 391 


Bailey, David W 


Arsenaull, Debby C. 


Bailey. Debra G 


Arthur, James D 


Bailey, Dentse M. 425 


Arthur, Jennifer L 341 


Bailey, Donna J 


Arts, Eleanor J 


Bailey, Freda J A. 


ART STUDENT ASSOCIATION 263 


Bailey, Garrett D, 


Arvin. Gene W. II 305, 452 


Bailey, Kathleen M. 452 


Arvin. Joyce H 


Bailey, Larry W. 286 


Aschendord, Eric F. 


Bailey. Larry W. 


Aseere, Victoria M, 


Bailey, Laurel L 452 


Ashby, Martha S. 


Bailey. Lawrence 


AshcrafI, Brett W 


Bailey, Michael J. 


AshcrafI, Debbie L 322, 425 


Bailey, Michelle M, B. 


AshcrafI, Douglas E 


Bailey, Patricia K. 


AshcrafI, James A 


Bailey, Peartey M. 


AshcrafI, Shirley G 255, 284, 401 


Bailey, Phyllis T, 


Asher, Dennis K 


Bailey, Roy D. 


Asher, Juanita 425 


Bailey, Sandra K. 401 


Asher, Raymond Jr. 


Bailey, Sharon L 342 


Asher, Sharon L 


Bailey, Terri L. 452 


Asher, Wmona R. 


Bailey, Terry 


Ashford, Vivian T. 341 


Bailey, Vickii L. 342 


Ashley. Billy D. 


Bailey, Virginia H 295, 326 


Ashley. Brian P 


Bailiff, Jacqueline E 


Ashley, George K. 


Bam, Norma H. 


Ashley, Tammie H 425 


Baird. Cloyde R. 


Ashorn, Kathy M 


Baird, David R. 


Ashral, Mohsen 


Baird, Kitty R. 


Aslett, John H. 


Baird. Vivian M 


Assanuval, Debra A 341 


Baker, Arnold 


Assapimonwail, Rachen 401 


Baker, Billie J. 


ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 267 


Baker, Brenda K 401 


ASSOCIATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT 269 


Baker, Carla J. 


ASSOCIATION OF UNITED STATES ARMY 279 


Baker, Calherine J. 391 


Atanasio, Russell J 


Baker, Cynthia L. 


Atchison, Richard E 332 


Baker, Dan B, 


Atchley, Alice M 


Baker, Danny C 


Atha, Vicki L 


Baker, David L. 


Atha, Wesley A 


Baker, Debora A. 269. 342 


Atherton, Robin D 


Baker, Debra G 452 


Athey, Margaret J 


Baker, Diana L. 


Atkins, James H Jr 


Baker, Don T Jr. 


Atkinson, Robert M 401 


Baker, Donna L 


Atkinson, Roberl 0. 


Baker, Eddie R. 452 


Aton, Ahmosis 


Baker, Edward A. 


Atwood, Marcia L 


Baker, Elizabeth K. 


Atwood, Michael D. 


Baker, Frances W. 


Atwood, Thomas 


Baker, Franchot 


Aubrey. Frank B 


Baker, Frank W. 


Aug, Lisa M. 452 


Baker, Fred 


Augustin, Leslie G 401 


Baker, George W. 


Augustin, Tracy C, 322, 425 


Baker, Gwendolyn A. 


Aureden, Patricia A. 


Baker, Howard G. 


AURORA 285 


Baker, James E. 275 


Ausherman, Nancy A 


Baker, James L. 


Ausmus. Mark C 


Baker, Janice P 


Austerman, Anthony P 


Baker, Jeanette B 


Austin, Bobby L 452 


Baker, Jeffrey H. 253 


Austin, Cheryl L 231, 252, 257 


Baker, Jerome R. 


271, 342 


Baker, John M. 


Austin. Jeffrey L 


Baker, Johnny R. 


Austin, Jim E. 


Baker, Lisa S 


Austin, Kathy A. 


Baker, Mark G. 


Austin, Marlene D. 


Baker, Mary A. 


Austin, Steve F. 328, 425 


Baker, Mary B. 


Austin, Teresa A. 


Baker, Mary P 


Austin, Warren J. 


Baker, Melissa A. 425 


Austin, William R. 


Baker, Milton E. 


Auxler, Melody J. 


Baker, Nina J. 


Averill, James L. 


Baker, Pearl J, 


Avery, Larry L. 


Baker, Peggy A. 425 


Avery, Lisa J. 


Baker, Robert J 452 


Ayala, Carolyn K. 


Baker. Robert L 330, 401 


Aydt, Laura A, 


Baker, Robin G. 


Ayer, Anne W. 452 


Baker, Robin L, 453 


Ayers, Herman D 


Baker. Roger K 425 


Ayres, Robert C 


Baker, Rusus Jr. 


Ayres, Samuel J 


Baker. Ruth 298, 342. 299 


Azbell, Nancy R 276. 401 


Baker, Sandra K. 


Azblll. Nancy L 


Baker, Sharon D. 342 




Baker, Shirley L. 




Baker, Shirley S. 




Baker, Slen L. 


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Baker, Sondra G. 


Baker, Slephen D 425 




Baker, Slevie A, 


Babb. Karen E.401 


Baker. Tim W. 401 


Babb, Larry D 


Baker. Tommy 


Babbini, Eugene P 


Baker. Wayne F. 


Baber, Gilbert J 


Baker. Winifred A. 


Bablch, Michael 264, 283 


Baker, Yvonna C, 


Bach. Jerome G. 401 


Balding. Alan R. 


Bach. Patricia L, 401 


Balding. Victoria J. 



484 Index/Aar-Bal 



Baldridge. Alice L H. 
Baldndge, W Austin 
Baldwin, Brian P 
Baldwin, Carol A 269. 342 
Baldwin. Cheryl L. 
Baldwin, Eileen K. 453 
Baldwin. James C 269. 254 
Baldwin, Janeiie L. 
Baldwin. Joanne B. 
Baldwin. John W. Ill 
Baldwin. Marion L. 
Baldwin, Mary E. 
Baldwin. Mary J 342 
Baldwin. Tina L 
Baldwin. William T 
Bales. Howard G 342 
Balhaicnel, Elizabelh 
Ball. Beth A. 122, 425 
Ball. Blaine G, 111 
Ball. Bobble Jean 
Ball, Carol A. 
Ball. Dave 164 
Ball. Eddy W 
Ball. Garry L. 453 
Ball. George W Jr. 
Ball, Jimmy C. 453 
Ball. John R. 342 
Ball. Kenneth B. 
Ball, Linda S. 326. 342 
Ball. Mane M 
Ball. Palricia L 
Ball. Patricia S 
Ball, Phyllis J H. 
Ball. Robert L. 
Ball, Shay 303 
Ball, Susan B 425 
Ballard. Betty L R 
Ballard, Cheryl A 453 
Ballard, Cynthia M. 
Ballard, Jerry L 
Ballard, Joanne K. 453 
Ballard, Lloyd D. 
Ballard, Mary B 203 
Ballard, Mary E 401 
Ballard, Otis 
Ballard, Peggi A 
Ballard, Peggy P 
Ballard, Randall R ll 250. 401 
Ballard. Sammie B 
Ballard. Samuel D 277. 453 
Ballard. Teri L. 
Ballard, Vickie 394 
Ballew. Vicki L 453 
Ballinger. Mary J. 453 
Ballinger, Patricia A. 
Ballinger, Virginia J. 425 
Ballou, Kenneth A. 342 
Ballsmith, Nicholas J. 
Balogh. Sharon S. 453 
Ballenberger. David E. 453 
Balthrop. David S 
BAND 270, 271 276 
Bandy, Bernard B. II 
Bandy, Beverly P. 



Bandy. Cheryl L 

Banister, Barry N 

Bankemper, Kalhy A. 342 

Banks, Carol P 

Banks, Carolyn S 453 

Banks, Charles H 

Banks, Kelly A 

Banks, Mary M 

Banks, Terressa A 

Banta, Richard B 

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Barada, David A 

Barber, Alice A. 

Barber, Jacqueline 425 

Barber. James J 

Barber, Patricia A 263. 343 

Barber. Scott H 

Barbour, Jacqueline A. 425 

Barbour. James L. 

Barbour, Kim M 

Barclay. Karen L 296 

Barclay. Thomas E 

Bard. Paul E 

Barefoot. Billy R 

Baretta, Rose 262 

Barger. Mary C 

Barger. Pamela G. 330, 425 

Barger. Sharon A. 453 

Barger, Teresa C 

Barger, Tilford 

Bargo. Michael J 324 

Bargo, Michael L 

Bargo. Oueiha J 

Barker. Cindy L. 401 

Barker, Dawn P 343 

Barker, James P 

Barker, Jeffrey L 

Barker, John P 

Barker, Kimberly J 269, 254, 401 

Barker, Leigh A 270, 425 

Barker, Lori L. 

Barker, Nancy G. 

Barker, Rex D 

Barker. Robbm J 273, 453 

Barker, Robed S 324 

Barker. Robin E 425 

Barker, Roy T 

Barker, Ruth A 

Barker, Tommy 

Barkley, Dwight D 124 

Barlow, David W 

Barlow, Vickie S 

Barnaclo. Annette M. 453 

Barnard, Debora 

Barnard, Phillip E. 

Barnes. Billy M 

Barnes, Bryan D 315 

Barnes. Cliflon E. Jr. 

Barnes. Conme S. 401 

Barnes. Debbei S 425 

Barnes, Deborah R. 

Barnes. Emily R 

Barnes. Gerald C 

Barnes. Guy P. 453 



Barnes. Jim C 

Barnes, Jonathan P 

Barnes. Judy G 

Barnes, Kathy J 

Barnes. Kenneth W 

Barnes. Mary A 

Barnes, Mary H 

Barnes. Michael L 

Barnes. Naomi H 

Barnes. Sandra L 343 

Barnes. Teresa J 

Barnes, Terry C 

Barnes, William J 

Barnett Becky A 343 

Barnett, Chares A 453 

Barnen, Diana R 

Barnett, Lana K 

Barnett, Larry K 

Barnett, Leda R 426 

Barnett, Lisa J 453 

Barnett, Myrna L 

Barnett. Roslyn L 401 

Barnett. Vernon C 

Barnett, Wanda M 248, 426 

Barnett. William R 

Barney, Vera A 263 

Barnicotl, Paul T 

Barnott, Edith L 

Sarnott, Fred D. 

Barnott, Julia E 328, 426 

Barr, Dixon A 144 

Barr, Edward Standish 324 

Barr, Paul J 315, 425 

Barren. Anna B 

Barrett. Fred Jr 

Barrett, Janice S 

Barren, Monica B. 

Barrett, Patricia L. 

Barren, Paula K 

Barncklow, Douglas E. 

Barrier, James R 

Bamleau. John P jr 

Barry, Mark fl 326, 401 

Barry, Martin E 

Barsom, Mark M. 

Barsom, Marlon S 

Bartel, Rebecca L 453 

Barlh, Barbara E 267, 343 

Bartholomew, Donald A, 324 

Bartholomew, Timothy 326, 401 

Bartie, Karen J 

Bartletl. Debra C 310 

Bartley. Wayne M 

Barton. Harold B 252, 343 

Barton. Jeanne J 

Barton. John C 

Barton. JoJean 

Barton, Lawrence E. 259. 270. 401 

Barton. Robert M 180 

Barton. William E 401 

Basham. Lon L 295 

Basham, Viki 312. 343 

Bashaw. David B. 

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Bassen, Ronald E 

Bastin, Betty F 

Bastin, Charles E 343 

Bastin, Loyd K 

Bastin, Wayne N 

Baston, Rebecca S 453 

Basyuni. Abdulla A 

Baleman, Kim A 452 

Bales, Brenda D 

Bates. Brenda S 

Bales, Deborah S 

Bales, Debra R 

Bates, James A 271 

Bares, Jeffrey W 

Bates. Mitzi V 

Bales, Peggy J. 

Bales, Susan C 

Bales, WiHiam R IV 

Balson, James L. Jr. 

Balson, Samuel M. 

Bane, Mary J. 343 

Baney, Mark R 453 

Bans, James W 

Banson, Stephanie J 343 

Banye. Kim L 401 

Bauer. Ann E. 

Bauer, Jaime H 452 

Bauer, Tan|a S 

Baugh. Carol M L. 

Baughman. Daryl J 

Baughman. Patncia A 426 

Baughman, Patricia A 

Baughman, Tyrone M 343 

Baughman, Vicky M 

Baum, James A. 328 

Bauman, Charles D 

Baumann, Amy L 453 

Baumann, Lolhar C 

Baumann, Lynn R 

Baumann, Mary J. 232. 246, 252 

257. 268. 343 
Baumer. Margaret M 453 
Baumer. Peggy 205 
Baumgardner, Douglas 
Baumgardner. Harriet 
Baumgarten. Susan L, 
Bauler, Polly A 
Baxler, Diane T 
Baxter, Helen D 454 
Baxter, James S 330 
Baxter, Kathie A. 
Baxter. Margaret G 
Baxter. Martin F. 
Baxter, Mary L. 
Baxter. Mary L 
Baxter. Robert W. 
Bayer. Benjamin J, 
Bayer, Esielle P, 
Bayes. Ronald J. 
Bays. Linda G. 

Beach. Bradley A 283. 318. 328 
Beach, Bryan P 
Beach. Larry W 
Beach. Larry W 
Beach. Margaret A 
Beach. Maria J 
Beach, Paul R. 
Beacham, Abbie O 426 
Beakes, Henry L 11 454 
Bean. WiUiam L 
Beard. Carole N. 
Beard, Cheryl J. 426 
Beard, Glenna M. 
Bearden, Karen W. 78, 170, 298 
Beare. Vicki R. 
Beasley. Kev.n M 277 
Beasley. Susan C- 
Beason. Cheryl L, 
Beason, Ellen L. 426 
Beanie, Wanda L. 
Beany, Anthany 343 
Bearty, Gloria D 426 
Beaven, Donald A 
Beavin, Ann C. 426 
Beavin. Michael L 
Bechler, Susan A. 
Becht, Robert D 
Beck, Jeanie G 401 
Beck, Marianne 
Beck. Norma J 
Beck, Paula B. 
Beck. Paula C. 343 
Beck. Rhonda L. 276. 283, 315 

426 
Beck. Samuel R. 
Beck, Thomas J. 401 
Beck, Valerie K. 426 
Becker, Larry S. 
Becker, Raymond A. 
Becker, Teresa K 271 
Beckers, Gilbert L. 
Beckett, Melody K. 
Beckett, Virginia A. 
Beckman. Julie K. 426 
Becknell, Karen A 
Becknell, Kenneth W. 
Becknell, Ossie K 
Becknell, Philip S. 
Beckner, Anne A. 
Becksmith, Ann M. 
Beckum. Theresa A. 
Beddow. Terry M. 
Beede, Vivian L. 
Beeding, Deborah R. 
Beemer. Don L. 
Begley. Arthur D. 
Begley. Carl 426 
Begley. Dorothy 310 
Begley, Douglas S. 
Begic, Elizabeth A 426 
Begley. Gay 27" 
Begii:. :^3 J 259 
Begley, ''i ■■ M. 
Begle, Marlhlyn G. 
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Begltiy, Ralph D 
Behanan. l "lOa S 
Behler. Michael G. -ib-* 
Behrer. Deborah J. 303. 154 
Belrne. James S. 316 
Belcher. Alice M. 
Belcher, Brenda 
Belcher. Carol L 
Belcher. Dennis W 



Belcher, Ernest R 

Belcher, Francis R 

Belcher, Gary B 

Belcher, Gerald G 

Belcher, Harold D. 

Belcher. Joseph L. 

Belcher. Karen S. 

Belcher. Randy 401 

Beiiie, Dallas A 

Bell, Alan P. 

Bell, Carolyn H. 

Bell. Jettrey D 

Bell. Kim P. 454 

Bell. Martha A. 

Bell. Mary F. 

Bell. Randall M 

Bell, Rebecca S 

Bell. Shannon L 454 

Bell, Vernon L 

Bellamy, Agnes M. 402 

Bellamy. Byron L 

Bellamy, George M 

Bellamy. Saiiie A 

Bellamy, Salhe R 

Bellinger. Dennis S 

Bellman, Jackie W 

Bellman, Robert E 

Bello. Laurie A. 454 

Beloat. Robert E 315. 426 

Bemiss. Lucy H 

Bemiss. Thomas W 

Bender. Debra L 

Bendig. James F 

Benedict. Man E 277. 295. 402 

Benge. Martha J 

Benge. Tamara L 426 

Benham Teresa M 

Benjamin, Susan £ 

Bennen, Alice F 

BenneU, Bernice 

Bennen, Bevelyn S 402 

Bennen. Daniel D. 

Bennett. Debra E. 

Bennen. Dewey C 

Bennen, Ellen C 426 

Bennett, Janet K 

Bennett. JeHrey K 

Bennett. Jeffrey R 426 

Be-nett. Judith A 

Bennett, Karen E 454 

Bennett, Mark E 

Bennett, Marty C 

Bennen. Patsy A. 

Bennett. Pattie P 

Bennett. Wanda S 

Bennett. William C. 

Benney. Diane C 402 

Benock, Theresa C 

Benson, Andre A. 

Bentley, Alan K 

Beniley, Conme R 454 

Bentley, Cynihia A 

Beniley, Darlene R 

Beniley, Dorella S 

Beniley, Howard L 454 

Bentley. Jane S C 

Bentley, Mary A 

Bentley, Pamela F 296, 454 

Bentley, Rocky L 454 

Bentley. Steven W 

Benton. Jesse C 

Benton. Kathryn 

Benton. Margaret M 

Benton, Sandy L 

Berbench, Alane M 454 

Beresford. Alice M 426 

Bergdolt. Leslie A 271.454 

Berge, Thomas F 

Berger, Thomas J. 180 

Bergeron. Sherry L 

Bergman, Boniia N. 

Bergstrasser, Dennis 

Berini. Alice A 312 

Berke, Paula L 247, 426 

Berkebiie. Damei C 315. 402 

Berkebile. Jane A 

Berkey, Stephanie S. 248. 343 

Berkshire. Leslie K. 50, 271. 426 

Berman. David R 

Bernard. Larry W 288 

Bernardi. Kathenne G 

Bernstrom. Kimberly A. 

Berne. Charles M 324 

Berry, Brenda J 402 

Berry, Dennis K. 

Berry. Eugene M 

Berry. Georgietta L 

Berry, Heather L 454 

Berry, Jane E 

Berry, Janet L. 

Berry, Jeffrey L 180 

Berry, Jimmy A. 

Berry, John C 270 

Berry, Melanie S 281, 426 

Berry, Patricia A 

Berry, Terry A 454 

Berryman, Amy M 241, 252, 265 

Berryman, Gregory A. 

Berryman, Marc E. 426 

Bersagiia. Rosena 

Berscheit. Lawrence A. 

Bersot, Bobby G 

Bertelkamp. Raymond L. 

Bertram, Charles B. 343 

Bertram. James K. 

Bertram. Jeffrey A, 326 

Bertrand, Edward J. 

Besser. David L 264, 402 

Best. G Shelby 343 

Best. George M. 

Best, Janet K 402 

Best, John Clifton 402 

Best, Marilyn L. 

Besuden, Henry C IV 402 

Besuner. Paige A 330, 426 

BETA THETA PI 300, 301 

Bettier, Kaihie R 

Beunel. Stephen R. 

Beverly, Frank J, 

Bevins, Benny 277 

Bevins, Lenetta S 

Bevins. Omeki R. 268 

Bewtey. Eleanor 5 

Bey, Drew 



Bal-Bey/lndex 485 



Beyersdoerier. Rod J 

Bias, Roger A 

Bibbins. Rick C 164, 300 

Bickley. Dale R. 

Bicknell, Barbara J. 

Bicknell, James M. 

aidanan. Abbas 343 

Bidarlan, Akbar 

Biddle, Debbie L. 454 

Btdwell, Charles R 

Biederman, Sleven M 

Biehn, Mary A. 

Biggs, Mike D. 

Biggs, Randall F 426 

Biles, William E. 

Bill, Sandra K W 

Billings. David R 

Billions. Karen G, 

Silliter, Johnnie D. 

Bilotta, Rosa A, 

Binder, Jack L 

Binggeli, Sandra L. 

BInggeii. William L. 

Bingham, Bernadette 454 

Bingham, Donna J 

Bingham, Rose M 454 

Birchfield, Christine 

Birchwell, Gary W 426 

Bird, Martha J 

Birdwell, Mary E. 

Bisceglia, Bernard P. 

Bisceglia, Lee A 

Bishop, Sradely C. 

Bishop, Bridget A. 248. 252, 343 

Bishop, Clay M 

Bishop. Jane M. 

Bishop, Janel T 

Bishop, Jenny L. 283, 426 

Bishop, Karen S 402 

Bishop. Kathleen F 

Bishop, Kevin J 277, 315, 426 

Bishop, Phyllis J H 

Bishop, Rosalinde 

Bisig, Gregory J 318, 328, 426 

Bislg, Mary C. 

Bisotli. Gina M. 426 

Bisping, Debra M 426 

Bitters, William P. 157 

Biven, Anne B 

Bivins, Claude S. 343 

Black, Bonnie L 

Black, Donna F 

Black, Gordon C. 

Black, Greg A. 

Black, James G. 

Black. James W. 

Black, Jim D 

Black, Kenneth C. 

Black, Mary W. 

Black. Pamela B 402 

Black, Rhonda G 454 

Black, Roger W 

Black. Ronald J. 

Blackard, Michael L. 426 

Blackburn, Debbie S. 454 

Blackburn, Deena L 

Blackburn. Douglas D. 

Blackburn, Mary P. 

Blackburn, Robert J. 426 

Blackerby, John H. Jr. 

Blackmon, Debi J 

Blackson, Virginia A. 

Blackwell, James D. 

Blackwell, Patricia A. 264. 426 

Blackwell, Rebecca J, 

Blade, James R 

Blades, Elizabeth W. 402 

Blame, Molly O 

Blaine, Rex L. 

, Deborah D 

, James M 454 
Blair, Jerry W 

, Katharine A, 274, 402 

. Linda W 

, Peggy K. 
Blalze. Susan C. 262 
Blake, Elv^ood L 391 
Blake, Margaret M 454 
Blakeman, Alice P. 
Blackeman, Carolyn S. T. 402 
Blakeman, Gregory G. 426 
Blakemore, Connie S. 
Blakey. Rodney D. 
Blakey, Timothy E 
Blanchard, Marie J. 454 
Bland. Phillip C. 
Bland, Rebecca A. 
Blandtord, Charles R, 
Blandlord, David L, 
Blandtord. Jane M. 330 
Blandlord, Paul D 
aiankenship, Cecil C. 426 
Blankenship, Dane L. 
Blankenship, Ellen M. 267, 268, 343 
Blankenship, Henry T 
Blankenship, Ireland 
Blankenship, Joe 180 
Blankenship, Leila D. 
Blankenship, Margy W. 
Blankenship, Orvllle 
Blankenship, Paula V. 402 
Blankenship, Peggy B. 270 
Blankenship, Randy N 
Blankenship, Robert F. 
Blankenship, Roger D. 391 
Blankenship, William 
Blanton, Damon H. Jr. 402 
Blanton. Essie L. 
Blanton. Ina L. 426 
Blanton, Janet D. 454 
Blanton. Leah R, 
Blanton. Paul T. 343 
Blanton, Rex W. 402 
Blanlon, Theresa L. 
Blasius, Leslie D. 
Blecha, Sharon M 
Bledsoe, Berta A. 343 
Bledsoe, Charles L. 
Bledsoe, Cynthia C. 
Bledsoe, Ernest E. 
Blessing. Mary T 
Blevens, Dale M. 328 
Bleven, Fay E 
Blevlns, Dewey D 454 



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Blizzard, Lee W. 454 

Blizzard. Susan J. 343 

Blodgett, Paul J. 

Blount, Carmen M 

Blounl, Sharon C. B. 

Blount, Susan E 

Blozom, Mary A. 

Blum, Charles R. 

Bluman, Robert D. 343 

BIylhe. Donna J. 454 

BIythe, Eugenia J. 

Boadway, Deane E. 

Boarman, Mary L 

Boblitl, Larry W 250, 277. 280 

343 
Bobim, Roger D 
Bobst, Peggy W 454 
BochynskI, David P, 
Bock, Fonda R- 454 
Boden, Linda A. 454 
Bodine, Linda D 
Bodley, Donald 139 
Bodley, Donald E. 256 
Boehmer, Sheila A 
Boemker. Patricia S 262, 296, 402 
Boettcher, Charles L 
Bogan, Elizabeth M 
Bogard, Harold L 
Boggess. Frances A 296 
Boggs, David I 
Boggs. Debra J 454 
Boggs. Ernie 
Boggs, Gayle S 
Boggs, George R 
Boggs, Glenda H 
Boggs, Lonnie 
Boggs, Markus R 
Boggs, Melissa 
Boggs, Michael J 343 
Boggs, Paul D 343 
Bogie, Betty L 
Bogie, Brenda S 
Bogie, Charles W 
Bogle, George A 
Bogie, Jerry A 
Bogie, Kimberlee J 
Boh, Dennis J. 
Bohanan, Jan B 
Bohannon, Julie A 
Bohmer, Barbara K 
Bohn, Christine M 402 
Bohn. Cynthia F. 426 
Bohnstedt, Charles W 
Boise, Amy J 270, 402 
Boise, Linda A 
Bokach, Barbara L 454 
Boland, Patrick D 
Bolding, Mark K 
Bolding, Robert J 
Bolen, Francis W 
Bolig, Amy R, 
Bolig, H Peter 
Boltn, M Diane 
Boiling. Julien H 
Bolle, James T 454 
Bolton, Deborah A. 
Bolton, Fred J 
Bolton, Gerald R Jr 
Bolton, Jeanne C 
Bolton, Rosemary 
Bolton, Susan L J 391 
Bonar, Ronda M 
Bonar, Verda F 
Bond, Edna E 
Bond, Jeanie 394 
Bond, Larry A 
Bond, Patricia G. 402 
Bond, William J, II 
Bonges, Dale K. 
Sonham, Charles F. 
Bonham, Lewis I 
Bonham, Lynn R. 402 
Bonham, Lynn R. 402 
Boniakowski. John W. 402 
Bonin, Lisa M 454 
Bonin, Tina L 295, 344 
Bonk, Doug B 170, 108. 209 
Bonn. David E. 
Bonner, Beverly A 
Bonner, Denny N. 
Bonny, Thomas H 
Bonultl, Mary K 
Booher, Betty L 
Boone, Angela 170, 298, 337 

344 
Boone, Karla S 344 
Boone, Lisa G 
Boone, Mark F 326 
Boone, Mary P. 265, 283 
Boone, Valerie K 427 
Bootcheck, David J 188. 189, 191 

192, 194. 195, 258 
Bootes, Robert D 
Booth. Arthur T 
Booth, Erwin 
Booth. Karen E. 
Booth, Kalhy J 454 
Booth, Patricia L 
Boolhe. Billie S 
Booze, David G 180 
Borden. Billy J. 
Borden. Marlene D 426 
Borders. Jennifer L 
Borders. Joseph G 
Borders. Karen S. 
Borders. Kalhryn A, 
Borders, Ronald A. 
Borders, Wintred D. 
Boreing, Bobby R. 
Borer, Cynthia A. 
Borgman, Michael S. 
Borland, Gene L. 
Born, Kirk C. 
Bosley. Faye A 
Bosley, Joseph G. 
Bosley. Victoria A 454 
Bosma, Terri B. 4S4 



Boston, Cathy L. 344 

Boston, Joyce D 

Boston, Nancy V 

Boston, Rodney W. 

Bothman, Anthony B 

Botkin, Teresa G 

Botner, Billy R- 

Botner. Carylon S. 

Botner, Nancy C 

Bott, Felicia A, 310 

Bottom, Donna S 402 

Bottom. Elizabeth B 

Bottom, John D Jr. 

Bottom, Vicici C 252, 257, 261 

284. 344 
Bottoms. Kenneth R. 
Bottoms, Mel^;n G. 
Bottoms, Nila L S 
Bottoms, Richard E. 332, 333 
Bottoms, Richard L 
Bottoms, Sharon K 344 
Botts, Sharon K. 427 
Boudinot, Bngitte A. 454 
Boudmot, Renee M 328, 427 
Bounneli, Christopher 326 
Bourne, Michael R. 
Bouvier, John E 
Bouyea, George J. 
Bow, Roxanne 284 
Bowden, Valery W 
Bowdy, Valerie A. 402 
Bowdy, William B 
Bowen, Deborah L. 
Bowen, Francine H. 
Bowen, Katherine E. 
Bowen, Ramon M. 
Bowen. Roy L. 
Bowen, Tara M. 
Bowens, Diene 455 
Bowerman, Kenneth L 
Bowers, Jeanne M 
Bowers, Robert T 
Bowersock, Phrl W 
Bowles, Brenda 8 402 
Bowles, Darrell L 
Bowles, William E. 
Bowlin, Earl D 
Bowlin, Pamela J. 
Bowlin. Rich D. 
Bowlin, Steven T 
Bowling, Alza 
Bowling, Ann C. 455 
Bowling, Arleen G. 
Bowling, Barbara J. 
Bowling, Bonnie B 
Bowling, Cora L 402 
Bowling, David W 
Bowling, Deborah A 402 
Bowling, David W 
Bowling, Deborah A 402 
Bowling. Edward L 
Bowling, Elizabeth A. 
Bowling, Janie E. 295 
Bowling, Karen L 394 
Bowling, Rulh S. 
Bowling, Sandra F. 402 
Bowling, Thomas A 344 
Bowman, Charles D 
Bowman, Constance D 264, 427 
Bowman, David A. 
Bowman, Diana L, 
Bowman, Edward J 344 
Bowman. Larry 
Bowman, Libby C. 427 
Bowman, Mark C 
Bowman, Rosemary 394 
Bowman, Soctt A. 
Bowman, Stepehn R. 
Bowman, Tory A. 310 
Bownen, Valery 216 
Boyce, Patricia D. 
Boyd. Bessie L. 
Boyd, David R. 
Boyd, Douglas A 455 
Boyd, Jeffrey P 
Boyd, John M. 
Boyd. John P 
Boyd, Katherine E 
Boyd, Lee L, 
Boyd, Mark E 315, 455 
Boyd, Melodie L 344 
Boyd, Ronald G 
Boyd, Sally C 455 
Boyd, Wendell 
Boyer, Daniel S. 
Boyer, Steven W. 427 
Boyer, Terry L. 
Boylan, Barbara S. 264 
Boyle, Colleen S 455 
Boyle, Joseph R 170, 209, 326 

344 
Boyle, MoHie F 
Boyle, Stephen L. 
Brackett, Merjorie E. 
Brackett, Rose M 
Bracy. Rex A. Jr 
Bradbury, Russell F, 
Braden, Deborah L 
Braden, Helen M 
Braden, Thomas H 
Braden, Vickie L 427 
Bradford, Edith J 
Bradley, Barry D 
Bradley, Deborah B 455 
Bradley, Diona L 
Bradley, Gordon L. 
Bradley, Margaret D. 
Bradley, Marvin L. 
Bradley, Mary E 
Bradley, Phillip E 
Bradley, Shauna 455 
Bradley, Sonia D. 
Bradley, Steven A. 
Bradley, Valerie D 455 
Bradshaw, Jeleta K T. 
Bradshaw, Mary L. 247. 322, 427 
Bradt, Russell N 
Brady, John A 
Brady, Kenneth L 
Brady, Larry T. 
Brady, Mary J 
Bragaw, Alice M 
Bragaw, Deborah A. 
Bragg. David B. 



Brainard, Diann G 402 

Brakefield Paul D. 455 

Bramel, Kenneth G. 

Bramer. David L 

Bramer, Diana S 455 

Bramschreiber, Carol 455 

Bramstedl, Jennifer L 267, 455 

Brancaccio, Bernardm 

Branch, Thomas H. 252. 344 

Brandenburg, Kenneth 

Brandenburg, Virgil 

Brandenstein, David C. 

Brandon, Richard G. II 

Branham, William W. 

Branon, James F 

Branscum, Allen 

Branscum, Richard W. 

Branscum, Thomas E. 

Branson, Mary L, 

Branson, Robert M. 

Brashear, Alan G. 344 

Brashear, Anna M 344 

Brashear, Cathy L 455 

Brashear, Edna L 

Brashear, Edward G, 

Brashear, Lola 

Brashear, Robert S. 

Brashear, Russell M 

Bratcher, Edna D 

Bratcher, Gary J. 455 

Bratcher, Mary A. 274, 277, 455 

Bratcher, Sleven M. 

Bratcher, William A, 

Bratton, Janice L 

Bratton, Stephanie A. 

Brauch, David R 

Brauer, Mary K 303 

Brauligam, Ellen L. 344 

Bravard, Pamela L. 427 

Brawner, Michael Q 

Braxton, Anthony £. 

Bray, John M 

Bray, Kenneth D 344 

Bray, Peggy H, 

Bray, Richard L 

Brayman, Edward F 332 

Brack, Janet 274 

Breckenkamp, Susan L 427 

Breckheimer, Tern L 455 

Bredemeyer, Lon K. 270, 330 

Breeden, Patricia S 

Breeding, Carolyn W 

Breeding, Gregory D 402 

Bredding, Sharon L 402 

Breeding, Sherie M 455 

Breen, David J 322, 402 

Breeze, Johnny F 

Brefol, Nancy E 

Brehme, Douglas M. 

Brehme, James J 167 

Breitenslein, Deborah 

Breitenslein, Deborah 

Breitenslein, Vernon 332, 455 

Bremenkamp, Karen L. 427 

Brennan, Cynthia A 

Brennan, Dennis J 306 

Brennan, Donald W. 

Brenner, Jane A 310, 332, 344 

Brenlzel, Stewart E 

Brenzel, Kara M 267, 455 

Brett, Brenda B 

Brewer. Betty J D 

Brewer. Christine B. 344 

Brewer, Dewayne L. 279 

Brewer. Diana L 254, 344 

Brewer. Fern S 

Brewer, Jimmy L, 

Brewer, Kenneth E, 

Brewer, Larry D 

Brewer, Lenox A 

Brewer, Lucille S. 

Brewer, Melodye L. 455 

Brewer, Teresa L. 303 

Brian, David K 

Brickling, Katherine L, 

Bridgeman. David L. 

Bridgeman, Rama D. 

Bridges, Henry L. 

Bridgforth. Pat K. 

Bridson, John S. 

Bfiganti, Louis N. 

Bfiggs, Karen J. 427 

Briggs, Kevin P. 

Briggs, Vanessa R 455 

Bright, David E. 

Bright, Deobrah S. 268, 312. 402 

Bright, Robert H. 

Bright, Vickie L, 296, 344 

Brightwell. Dons J. 

Brightwell, Pamela J. 427 

Briley, James E. Ill 

Briley, James R, 

Briley, Sarah J. 

Brill, Michael S. 394 

Brindley. George E. 

Brindley, Patricia D 269, 402 

Brineger, Barbara L. 283, 312. 402 

Brinkman, David L. 

Brinkman, Laura A. 

Brlnkmann, Timothy J. 

Briscoe, David R 

Briscoe, Donald L 

Brisky, Pamela S 

Brislin, Rebecca C. 344 

Britain, Michael K. 

Brite, Alven 

Brite, Paul 

Britt, David H. 

BrlH, Thuston A. 

Brlttain, Ray F. 

Brittaln, Yvonne 

Brittle, Durwood H. 

Britton. Diana K 455 

Brltton. Gregory T. 

Britton. Natalie A. 455 

Brltton. Randy 

Broaddus, Billy W. 

Broaddus, Hubert C. 

Broaddus, Thomas C. 

Broadus. Frank F, 170. 344 

Brock, Anne F 402 

Brock, Debra L 

Brock. Gregory L 316 

Brock. Greta L. 



Brock, Howard 

Brock, James A. 

Brock, Janet L. 

Brock, Jeffery D 278 

Brock, Jeffery W 

Brock, Joan G. 

Brock, Kim D 164, 427 

Brock, Margaret A 

Brock, Ruby D 

Brock, Susan C 427 

Brockman, Paul R 

Brodt, Edward R. 

Brohm, Michael E 

Bronaugh, Timothy S. 

Bronken, Lore L 455 

Bronner, Innes J. 

Bronson. Louis A.Jr. 

Brookfield, Barbara A. 455 

Brookhart, Gary L 

Brookins, Alandi F. 

Brookins, Gayle J 

Brookins, Waller P 

Brooks. Avonda G. 

Brooks, Beverly J 

Brooks. Bridgette D 427 

Brooks, Cathy L. 248, 344 

Brooks. Donnita 

Brooks. Doris C 

Brooks, Douglas H 

Brooks, Ida M. 267, 298, 344 

Brooks. James R 

Brooks. James S. 

Brooks. Janet S. 402 

Brooks, Johnnie K, Jr. 427 

Brooks, Joseph E. 394 

Brooks, Kimberly U 

Brooks, Lynn F 

Brooks. Michael A 

Brooks, Robert 

Brooks, Sandra L 427 

Brooks, Sherry L. 

Brooks, Susan M 402 

Brooks, Thomas K. 455 

Brooks. Tim C 427 

Brooks, Valeria S 455 

Brookshire, James L 

Brookshire, Joseph fl. 427 

Brookshire, Mary K 

Broomfield, Nancy K 

Brosky, Vincent J 328, 428 

Brothers, Robert D Jr 

Brotherton. Janice W 

Brotherton, Valerie A. 

Brough, Daniel L. 

Broughton, Charles R. 

Broughlon, Jane E 

Brough Ion, Royetta 

Brown, Anita K 

Brown, Barbara K. 428 

Brown, Barbara L. 

Brown, Betty L. 

Brown, Brian R 270 

Brown, C. Clement 

Brown, Carla J 

Brown, Charlton L. 

Brown, Cindra D 

Brown, Cletis R. 

Brown, Connie J 

Brown, D Keith 

Brown, Danny L. 

Brown, Danny S 

Brown, David R 455 

Brown, Dennis E. 344 

Brown, Derek D. 

Brown. Dons S. 

Brown, Freda K. 

Brown, Gary D 

Brown, Gary fl. 

Brown, George 126 

Brown, Glenna J. 

Brown, Gloria A 

Brown, Gregory C 

Brown, Jack L. 344 

Brown, James W. II 

Brown, JeHrey L. 344 

Brown, Jill L 428 

Brown, John D. 344 

Brown, John L 269, 403 

Brown, Judith S. 

Brown, Judy G 

Brown, Julie L 271, 428 

Brown, Karen F. 295 

Brown, Kevin 254, 345 

Brown, Leighanna F. 

Brown, Marian K. 

Brown, Marsha L. 

Brown, Mary C. 

Brown, Mary E. 

Brown, Mary L. 345 

Brown, Michael A. 

Brown, Michael C. 305 

Brown, Michael E. 428 

Brown, Norman E. 

Brown, Pamela E. 246. 265, 318 

345 
Brown, Patricia 428 
Brown, Patricia B 
Brown, Paul D 162, 164 
Brown, Peggy H 
Brown, Peggy W 
Brown, Polly A 403 
Brown, Ray 306 
Brown. Richard A. 
Brown, Rila E 
Brown, Robert L. 
Brown, Robert T 
Brown, Robert W Jr 
Brown, Sandra R 
Brown, Scott D 455 
Brown, Stephanie L. 
Brown, Steven C 286 
Brown. Susan M 
Brown. Teresa J 
Brown, Thomas W. 
Brown, Todd_ J 
Brown, Tonya M, 455 
Brown, Vicky L 345 
Brown, Walter S. 403 
Brown. Wanda E, 
Browne, Delbert B. 
Browne, Jane C. 
Browne, Dr, William 155 
Browning, Ambie L 204. 255. 257 

345 



486 Index/Bey-Bro 



Browning. Cletis G, 

Browning. David R. 

Browning, Dora M. 

Browning, Ernest G. 

Browning, James D. 

Browning. Leila A 428 

Browning, Michael M. 

Browning, Paul L Jr. 

Browning, Robin L 455 

Browning, Walter A. 315, 345 

Brownlee, Dewayne K. 

Broxterman, Ruth A. 

Broyles, Amy L 328, 455 

Bruce. Cynthia 455 

Bruce. John W. 

Bruce, Mary A 426 

Bruce, Susan K 2170, 455 

Bruce. Terri A 428 

Bruck, Marilyn S 296, 330, 345 

Bruer, Richard C 

Brumagen, Beverly A 455 

Brumback, Charles F 345 

Brumbaugh, Wally C. 

Brumfield, Charles W. 

Brumfield, Jonathan L. 

Brumlield, Kogan L 

Brumlield, Pamela G 455 

Brumfield, Richard L 269. 403 

Brumleve, Lynn R 

Brumley. Charles F 

Brundige, Robert W 

Bruner, Judith A. 345 

Bruner, Larry W 

Bruner, Margaret J. 

Bruner, Mary M. Gross 345 

Bruner, Randy J. 

Brunker, Jerry W 

Brunner. Darlene M 

Brunner, Pamela S, 

Bruno, Peggy S 455 

Brunson, Charles D 180 

Brunton, Linda L 403 

Brussee, Laura L 276, 455 

Bryan, Barry S. 

Bryan, Christian L. 273, 455 

Bryan, Kathryn C 297 

Bryan, Melissa L. 270, 295 

Bryan, Michael 

Bryant, Angela P 

Bryant, Debra J 

Bryant, Denlse S. 

Bryant, Earl E 

Bryant. Gale A. 

Bryant. Gwendolyn Y. 456 

Bryant. Jackie J 

Bryant. Jane B 

Bryant. Jane M. 428 

Bryant. Janet D 332 

Bryant. John B 

Bryant, Lmda B 

Bryant, Mary P 

Bryant. R. D 

Bryant. Rickey W 

Bryant. Robert C 

Bryant, Robert D 

Bryant, Sarah A 

Bryant, Tammy J. 

Bryant. William M. 

Bryson, Judith M 

Buchanan, Fredrick H. 300 

Buchanan, Linda E. 

Buchanan. Linda R 

Buchanan. Nellie A R 246 

Buchanon, Suzanne 402 

Bucher, Loyce D 

Buchert, David P 

Buchlgnani, Barry P 

Buchmann, Earlme C. 

Buckler, Connie L. 

Buckley. Rita H 

Buckman, Cindy M. 

Buckman, Mary C 345 

Buckman, Mary K. 

Buckman, Sheila M 

Bucknam, Lon A 

Buckner, Leroy 256, 28t 

Suckner. William 0. 345 

Burke. Ella J. 403 

Budroe. Robert M 328 

Budzinski, Catherine 456 

Budzonsky. Eugene F. 

Buechel, Dlizabetn M. 

Bues. James P 

Bues. Nancy J. 403 

Buttin. Barbara D. 

BuHington, Gwen R 346 

Buford. Donald M Jr. 

Bugg, Deborah M W. 

Bugg, Mark D 

Buirley. Kelly L. 456 

Buky, Owen K. 

Bulen, Dennis W 

Bulishak, Daniel J 

Bullen. Kathryn R 346 

Bullen. Stephen G 346 

Bullin, Vicky Y 456 

Bullock, Brenda A 

Bullock, Earl H 

Bullock, Gwendolyn S 312, 403 

Bullock, James A 

Bullock, Monica J 

Bullock, Randy D 

Bulmer. Gregory F 332 

Bumgardner, Glenna D 

Bumgarner, Kathryn A 

Bumpase, Dale T 

Bunch, Betty J 

Bunch, Debbie A 428 

Bunch, Donna J. 456 

Bunch, Lawrence O. 

Bunch, RIckie D. 

Bundy, Kelvin 

Bunn, Cheryl A 

Bunnell, Bobby R 

Bunning, Bridget M. 456 

Buntain, Charlene 257, 295 

Bunton. Lillian M. 

Burberry, Mayme E, 

Burbrldge. Raymond L 

Burch. Brad E. 428 

Burch. Kenneth J 

Burch. Sandra W. 

Burch. Vivian K. W. 403 

Burchetl, Emma J. 



Burchett, Frederick E 456 

Burchelt. Susan L 428 

Burchett. William E. 305, 428 

Burden, Anlhony L 

Burden, Judy D 346 

Burdett, Cynthia L 303, 426 

Bufdette, Jane T. 

Bufdette, Janice O. 285 

Burdette, Karen 0, 

Burdette, Kermit R- Jr. 

Burdette, Patrick S. 403 

Burdlne, Gary H. 

Burdine, Jan 249, 346 

Burduck, Michael L. 

Burford, Cathy A 

Burger, Carol R. 

Burger. Pamela S. 

Burger. Penny L 

Burgess, Annette M. 428 

Burgess. Blair D 

Burgess, Carl D 270, 456 

Burgess, Jane A. 213, 456 

Burgess. Mary G. 

Burgess, Walter P 

Burgin, Trudy L 

Burk, Lauren A 

Burke, Diana L 

Burke, Dudley R 

Burke, Ellen M 

Burke, Emily A 

Burke, Janet S. 428 

Burke, John W. Jr. 

Burke, Kevin L. 

Burke, Mary H. 

Burke, Polmer 

Burke, Susan M 318, 428 

Burkett, Frank M. 

Burketl, John D 

Burkey, Linda G 

Burkhart, Sylvia D. 

Burkhart, Tammy 

Burklow, Sphar T. 270 

Burks. Darren W. 

Burks, David L. 

Burks, Doreen O 264, 346 

Burks, Mark A 322, 337 

Burks, Michael A 

Burks, Renita K 

Burks, Wesley G 170 

Burkshire, Leslie 246 

Burley, Dona V 

Burmistrz, Raymond 180 

Burnell, Barry L 

Burnell, Jerald R 

Burnett, Eugene 

Burnett, James M 

Burnett, Kathleen A. 428 

Burnett, Kevin C 426 

Burnett, Michael A 263 

Burnen, Sherry A 456 

Burnette, Jim G 

Burns, Caron A. 273, 428 

Burns, Choon D. 257. 266, 321 

Burns, Donald W Jr 

Burns, Frankie A 

Burns, Franklin L. Jr. 

Burns, Janice K 456 

Burns, Kimberly S 

Burns, Milinda E. 

Burns, Paulena L 271 

Burns, Peggy W 

Burns, Robert T 428 

Burns, Theresa A. 

Burr, David W 

Burrus, Beverly A. 

Burrus, Charlotte M. 336, 337 

Burrus, James K 

Burt, Frances L 216, 217, 428 

Burl, Lawrence J 

Burton, Brenda L. 

Burton, Dale M. 

Burton, David G 403 

Burton, Douglas A. 

Burton, George B 

Burton, James J. 

Burton, Janet S 269, 346 

Burton, Jennifer A 

Burton, Jennifer S. 

Burton, Joel M. 

Burton, John H. 

Burton, John L. 

Burton, Keith J. 170, 171 

Burton. Kenneth M. 

Burton, Norman E. 

Burotn, O. V. 

Burton, Phyllis W. 

Burton, Rebecca J. 403 

Burton, Robert P 

Burton, Sheila A 403 

Burton, Teresa A 403 

Burton, Tim C 403 

Buser, Nancy M 428 

Buser, Paul G 428 

Bush, Becky J 456 

Bush, Cathy S 428 

Bush, Gary L 

Bush, George W. 

Bush. James M. 

Bush, Jonna S. 

Bush, Linda S 

Bush, Lucille F. 

Bush, Monica L. 

Bush, Rosalmd 

Bush, Teresa L 403 

Bush, Theresa B 

Bush, William 

Bushalla, Nunk 281 

Bushnell, Fara G 310 

Bushon, Scot S 

Bussell, James G. 

Bussell, Kathryn D 346 

Butcher, Andrea J 456 

Butcher, Cecelia J. 0. 

Butler, Brian S. 

Butler, Donald T 

Buller, Elaine 261 

Butler. Margaret E 

Butler. Martha L 346 

Butler. Peggy A 271, 403 

Butler. Robert L 

Butler, Sherry K D 

Butler. Tanya 

Butler. Teresa L 39. 312, 403 

Buller. Timothy C 247. 428 



Butler, Timothy R 247. 428 

Butler, Zella N 277 

Butterfield, Sherry L. 456 

Butterick, Merle W 

Butterweck, Cynlhia R 

Butts, Elva S 

Buxon, Buxton, Lee A. 

Buzzard, James D. 

Buzzard, Rubeiee J 

Buzzard, William F 

Bybee, Lynne R 274. 346 

Byerly, Steve L 

Byhve, Lnach Ed 189, 192 

Byland, James T 252, 264. 346 

Byler, Thomas W 

Byrd- Ann L 

Byrd, Anna J 

Byrd, Brenda G 

Byrd, Cynthia A 276, 403 

Byrd, Eddie M 

Byrd, Erlce W Jr 

Byrd, Glen Jr 278 

Byrd, Myona S 

Byrd, Norma J 

Byrd, Richard S 

Byrd, Tern L 310 

Byrd, Timothy D. 

Byrne, ■^1lml L 

Byron, Pamela H. 



— c— 



Cabanne, Linda L 456 

Cabell, Debrah A 

Cable, Gwendolyn E 264, 404 

Cable, Joseph H 

CADUCEUS CLUB 264 

Cady, Charles D 

Cady, Kathryn M 

Caftee, Doyle H 281 

Caflee, Janel L 456 

Cahal, Regina R 404 

Cahlll, David D 300 

Cain, Andrea D 

Cain, Brenda F 

Cain, Cathy S 

Cain, Charles D 

Cain, Christie L. 

Cam, Dennis E. 

Cain, Frank D. 

Cam, Geraldine 

Cam, Gigi J, 

Cain, Karalee R. 

Cam, Karen S C. 

Cain, Keilh R. 

Cain, Margo L, 

Cam, Penny D 346 

Cain, Phyllis H 

Cain. Sabrina R 

Cain, Vanny 

Calder Myra L. 456 

Caldwell, Andy L 

Caldwell, Catherine K. 

Caldwell, Ellvn 

Caldwell, Gregory D 

Caldwell, James K 

Caldwell, Janice D. 347 

Caldwell, Jewelene M 

Caldwell, Leroy 

Caldwell, Ricky J 

Caldwell, Sheri L 

Calebs, Thurman G Jr 347 

Calhoun, Lesley D 

Calhoun, Patrick W 

Calhoun, Patti 

Calltn, Dr. Don 175 

Calltn, Ernestine 265, 404 

Calkin, Coach Jenny 200, 201 

Calkins, Laura A 456 

Call, Debbie L. 

Call, Samuel M 

Callahan, Laura L. 

Callahan, Mark G. 

Callaway, Judy L 

Callaway. Kathryn A 303, 456 

Callander, Davrd K 

Callender, Jack T 261 

Callicotle, John C 

Callicotte, Michael A. 

Ca-lihan, Elizabeth A. 297 

Calvert, Barbara J 

Calvert, Bobbelta 428 

Calvert, Cindra A. 330, 347 

Camacho, Marcus A 

Cambron, Cameille I. 

Cambron, Gayle M 456 

Cambron, John A 

Cambron, Joseph R. 

Cambron, Stepehn D. 234. 243. 250 

285 
Cambron, Thomas P 270. 42fl 
Camden, Teresa E 277. 428 
Camenisch, Nancy E. 404 
Cameron, Alvin W 
Cameron, Linda K. B 347 
Camlc, Larry D 347 
Campbell, Betty 394 
Campbell, Bonnie I. 295 
Campbell, Bruc. 
Campbell, Caria K 
Campbell, Carol A 
Campbell, Connie A 
Campbell, Connie L 
Campbell, Darren 
Campben, Debbie L. 216. 272. 428 
Campbell, Deborah S. 347 
Campbell, Diane L. 
Campbell, Donna F. 347 
Campbell, Donna M 
Campbell, Douglas Jr. 
Campbell, Douglas S 
Campbell, Fred D 456 
Campbell, Gary W 
Campbell, George W 
Campbell, James D 322, 347 
Campbell, Jeff G. 
Campbell, John J. 
Campbell, Joseph E. 
Campbell, Joyce A 
Campbell, Kathy A. 
Campbell, Keller B. Jr. 



Campbell, Kenneth C 
Campbell, Kevin M 404 
Campbell, Kip M 254, 283, 326 

337, 347 
Campbell, Linda C 404 
Campbell, Lois M 
Campbell, Lora E. 456 
Campbell, Mary A M 
Campbell, Mary J 284, 394 
Campbell, Michael F 347 
Campbell, Pamela S 394 
Campbell, Sally A 347 
Campbell, Sandra S 
Campbell, Shirley A 
Campbell, Stacy J 456 
Campbell, Susan 8 312 
Campbell, Susan E 456 
Campbell, Tammy J 
Campbell, Wendell D 
Campbell, Wendy S 332 
Campben, William C 404 
CAMPUS FOLDOUT 34, 35, 36, 37 
Canan, Kevin L 
Canan, William T 
Canastra, Jellrey C 
Candler, Michael B 
Cannavan, Debbie A 404 
Canning, Mary A 57, 428 
Cannon, Laura G 
Cannon, Patrick A 330, 337 
Cannon, Robert L 39 
Canon, Robert I 324 
Canter, Paul A 347 
Canter, Ricky L 
Canterbury, Barbara B 
Canterbury, Paula J 347 
Canley, Kathryn 
Cantrell, James M 
Cantrell, Wilma C 321, 404 
Canty, Ernestine R 
Capps, Linda F 
Carbuccia, Sommer A 347 
Carby, David W 347 
Card, William J 
Cardonell, Terry L 
Cardosi, Karen A 303 
Carey, Brenda A. 
Carey, Jeff L 456 
Carey, Larry E. 
Carey, Michael C 
Carfield, Barbara 
Carfielcf, William E 269 
Carlasare, Linda L 
Carle, Richard O 
Carlile, Wanda L 404 
Carlisle, Robert S 394 
Carlisle, Robin L 
Carlock, Patsye E 347 
Carlock, Susan A. 456 
Carlos. Joan M. 
Carlton, Diane M 252 
Carlton, Dieter R 305 
Carlyle, Bobbi L 321 
Carman, Donald 
Carman, Karen L 315, 456 
Carman, Stuart K 
Carnahan, Gail Y, 
Carnahan, Rebecca A. 
Carneal, Roland E, 
Carozza, Dino V. 
Carpenter, Belly L 456 
Carpenter, Carolyn H 
Carpenter, Cartis 
Carpenter, Danny W. 
Carpenter, David A 
Carp enter, David M 
Carpenter, Donna J 456 
Carpenter, Gregory L 
Carpenter, James C 
Carpenter, Jeffrey W 456 
Carpenter, Martin A 
Carpenter, Norman A 404 
Carpenter, Roger D 
Carpenter, Virginia M 250, 404 
Carr, Bud 324 
Carr, David G 
Carr, Frances C 
Carr, Jack R 
Carr, James R 
Carr, Kenney P 
Carr, Richard I Jr 
Carr, Susan A 
Carraco, Sylvia C 
Carnco, Freddie R. 
Carrico, Larry K 
Carrico, Robert D 
Carrico, Terry L 
Carrier, Janice K P. 
Carrier, Landal D 
Carrier, Neil P 456 
Carrillo, Connie S 324 
Carnthers, Linda C 
Carroll, Bruce A 
Carroll, Donna L 257, 268, 321 
Carroll, Emma S 
Carroll, Gerald A 224, 259, 280 
Carroll, Jack E 
Carroll, James P 270 
Carroll, John D 428 
Carroll, Michael E 347 
Carroll, Patricia 
Carroll, Ronald E 456 
Carroll, Wanda S 205 
Carruba, Elizabeth A 248. 270, 404 
Carten, Buford J 
Carter, Alfred T. 
Carter, Anderson M. Jr. 
Carter, Barbara G 
Carter, Becky F, 
Carter, Ben W 
Carter, Bernard L 
Carter. Carolyn F 
Carter. Carolyn L 
Carter, Christine A 
Carter. Curtis K 
Carter. Dennis E 
Carter, Gary D 
Carter. Glandias V 
Carter, Helen E 
Carter. James L 
Carter. James M 
Carter. Joe B 
Carter. John T II 
Carter. Julian R. 



Carter, Kathleen L 456 

Carter, Kenneth R 

Carter, Linden A 

Carter, Mike W 330 

Carter, Patty A 456 

Carter, Rockie D 

Carter, Rose N, 

Carter, Rowena L. 

Carter, Samuel J. 

Carter, Steven A, 

Carter, Sylvia S 172, 404 

Carter, Terea D 336 

Carter, Ten L 

Carter, Terry L 

Carter, Tina 428 

Carter, Vera K R 

Carter, William E III 269, 347 

Cartier, Mane E 

Cartier. Matthew R 

Carty, Diana 

Carweln, Greg W 

Carwile, James R 

Case, Cheryl L 312 

Case, Cynthia S 

Case, Kimberly A. 303 

Case, Lon A 456 

Case. Michael A 

Case, Michael R 

Case, Phyllis G 

Casella, Bruce P 

Casey, Camellia A 391 

Casey, Deborah D 426 

Casey, Joan M 

Casey, Pamela S 

Casey, Rosemane 318, 347 

Casey, Terry A 318, 347 

Cash, Claudinnia B 

Cash, Diana Z 

Cash, Dons P. 

Cashdollar, Susan M. 

Cass, Billye S. 

Cassady, Jeanie 284, 330, 404 

Cassady, Lmda J 

Casseii, Jim E 

Casserly, Donna M 

Casserly, Robert F 

Casteel, Glenn E 404 

Castillo, Pedro A 261 

Castle, Danny A 

Castle, Jack T II 428 

Castle, Kimberly S 456 

Castle, Marc D 

Castle, Michael R 

Castle, Ralph Y 

Castle, Stephen w 404 

Castor, Joanne P 

Caswell, Michael W 

Cataido, Anthony M 

Cataldo, John P 

Calalina Club 262 

Catchmgs, Katherme 

Gathers, Florene L 

Catlett, William N 170 

Catt, James S 

Caudell, Sharon L 

Caudill, Barbara M 

Caudill. Barry V 

Caudill, Bitly M 

Caudill. C Dale 

Caudill, Charles D 275 

Caudill, Deborah A 

Caudill, Deborah K 

Caudill, Debra K 

Caudill, Doug 22, 300 

Caudill, Freddie K 

Caudill, Jesse E 

Caudill, John T 

Caudill, Kenneth 

Caudill, Lenms W 

Caudill, Pamela 347 

Caudill, Patricia L 428 

Caudill, Richmond J L 

Caudill, Robin 456 

Caudill, Roselee 

Caudill. Shawn 247, 264 

Caudill, Timothy B 271 

Caudill, Timothy S 428 

Caulk, Judith A 

Causey, Earnest J 

Causey, Gary W. 

Cavenee, Louann 39, 318 

Cawood, Slephanna J 269 

Caylon, Bonnie J 456 

Caywood, Margaret C. 

Cecil, Anthony B 

Cecil, Barbara A. 

Cecil, Donna J 

Cecil, Gay L 

Cecil, Jospeh R 

Cecil, Joseph T 

Cecil, Patli 281. 347 

Ceder, Andrew C 270 

Center, Lulher W Jr, 

Centers, Kimberly A, 428 

Centers. Oneida 

Cessna, Claybom Jr 

Cetta, Thomas III 456 

Chadwell, Gary L 306 

Chadwell, Johnny E 

Chaffee, Alan M 

Chaflm, Deborah 

Chaffm. Katherme L 

Chai, Davy T 

Chamberlain, B Clayto 404 

Chamberlm, Anne L 263 

Chamberlin. Carol M 

Chambers, Dale M 

Chambers. Dean R 

Chambers, James C 

Chambers, Martha L. 

Chambers, Sharon L. 

Chambers, Vivian L 

Chamblin, Momca J 

Chamblin, Randall J 

Champlain, Dorothy J. 

Chan, Augustine T. 428 

Chan, Carmen Wing Man 

Chan, Cheong Ho 404 

Chan, Chih Shyan 

Chan, Eudoxie Thu Y M. 

Chen, Florence T. 

Chan, Soling C. 

Chancellor, Patncia 426 

Chandler, Earl T 



Bro>Cha/lndex 487 



Cfiandler. Samuel W. 

Chandler. William J. 

Chane, Indnanasy C. K. 

Chaney. Cynthia D 347 

Chaney. Ennis D 

Chaney, Janice A T 

Chaney, John D 

Chaney, Paulene 456 

Chaney. Scott W 

Chaney, Tammy J 457 

Chapman. Alian R 

Chapman, Anne M 

Chapman. Billy E 

Chapman. Lollus 

Chapman. Boy L 

Chappell, Janel E 

Charles. Joseph H 

Charles. Joyce A, 

Charles. Lloyd 

Charney. Delilah D 

Charron. Jessica W 

Chastam. Mark E. 270 

Chasteen, Juamta A. 

Chasleen. Ronald K 

Chatellier. Kevin M 306 

Cheap, Philip C 457 

Chealham, Nancy L 404 

Chealham, Patricia J 347 

Cheatham. Sandra K 457 

Chealham, Sharon G 

Chealham. Shelia L. 

Cheek, Alan B 

Cheek. Carrie M 

Cheek. Ronald W. 

Cheek. Rosemary 404 

Cheeks. Deborah C. 

Chenaull, Bert Jr 

Chenaull. Beverly A, 394 

Chenaull, Boyd C 

Chenaull, David R, 

Chenaull, Elizabeth A. 

Chenaull, Mary A 

Chenault, Patsy D. 

Chenaull. William F 

Chenaull, William F. 

Cheng, Phyllis 428 

Cheng, Tony Kam Fai 404 

Cheng. Valiant C 

Cherne. Barbara G. 404 

Cherry. Bernard E 

Chervenah, Knstm M 

Cheser, Donald B 

Chesnut, David B 

Chesnul, Jeanm L 

Chesnul. Madge W 

Chesnut. Rita J 391 

Chestnui. Cleon 

Cheuvronl. Dianna L 

Cheuvroni. Palnck R 

Chiasson, Cheryl M 

Chiavaras. Barbara 

Chic, Brian M 404 

Chickillo, Michael J 428 

Chiiders. Charles L. 

Childers. Noah R. 

Chiiders. Wanda K. 

Chiidre. David M, 

Childress, Gladys W 404 

Childress. Loren G 391 

Childress. Wanda C 457 

Chilton, Lloyd A 

Chindavanich. Suwal 

CHI OMEGA 302, 303 

Chirico. Francis M 

Chirico. Patricia F 

Chisholm, Robert L. 

Chisholm, Tony L 

Chiiienden. Oebra J 

Chilwood, Debbie L 

Choate. Deborati L 391 

Cholak. Susan L 

Chon, Sang K 

Chotikavanik. Chaiya 347 

Chnsman, Charles D. 

Chrisman. Evelyn L 

Chnsman. Vince D 

Christensen. Jackie ! 428 

Chnstensen, Susan C 428 

Christian, Bobby E 

Christian, Carol J 

Cbrislian. Cheryl W 

Christian, Geoffrey B. 

Christian. Paul W 

Christopher. Mark T 

Christopher. Martha A 

Christophers. Cheryl 404 

Chugg. Melva D 

Church. William A 

Churchill. Monika G 428 

Churchill, Rhonda G 175, 394 

Ciecorka. Mallhew R 404 

Ciecorka, Patricia M 

Cincilla. Deborah J 283 

Cinnamon, Gene G 

Cioiek, Elizabeth D 300, 318, 347 

CioIeK, Robert S 

CIRCLE K 285 

Cisler. Josephine 164, 251, 267, 347 

Cissell, Charlotte M. 303 

Cilly. Wayne R 

Civey. George A. Ill 

Civey. Mary E 

Claiborne. Kalheryn H, 

Clancy, Amy U 

Clancy. Deborah K. 

Clancy. Johanna R 428 

Clancy. Judith j 

Clancy. Rebecca F. 

Clancy, Terrence M 

Clancy. Timothy J. 

Clapp, Stephen M 332 

Clare. Mark D. 

Clare. Mary E 

Clark, Andrea L. 

Clark, Burl N 404 

Clark. Catherine L 404 

Clark, Chen M 457 

Clark, Cynthia G. 

Clark, Dale G. 

Clark. David A 

Clark, David D. 

Clark. Deborah J. 

Clark. Debra S 394 

Clark, Denise A 



Edford L. 347 
Clark. Elaine G. 

Elijah 

Eslella C 
Clark, Guy D 

James R. 

James S 

Janet P 

Judy B 
Clark. Kandace H 

Kenneth L 

Kimberly J 

Lamar 

Larry V 

Leighanne 30, 312, 404 

Linda L 

Mark A 
Clark, Mark A, 

Mane Elena 428 

Nancy E. 

Norman E Jr. 

Pamela J. 457 

Paula L. B. 
Clark, Philip E. 

Richard N 166. 167 
Clark. Rickey N, 

Robert B 

Robin J 326. 457 

Sherman E. 

Stanley L 
■k, Steven G 265, 404 

Terry V 428 

Timothy E 
Clark. Tina M 404 

Vernon 

William P. 

, Krista L. 
ke. Mane E, 
Clarke, Mary K. 
Paula K. 
ke, Raymond B. 
Clarke, Redge 306 

ke, Terry L. 
Claunch, Alecia J. 277. 404 
Claunch, Connie A. 
Claunch. Deborah T 277, 348 
Clausen, Katheryne A 318, 428 
Clay, Betty J. W 
Clay. James C. 
Clay, Joan R 298, 348 
Clay, Mary M 
Clay, Sue B. 
Clay. Tava T 
Clayborne. Beverly S. 
Clayborne. Charles D. 
Clayborne. Marvin A, 
Clayburn. Richard L. 270 
Clayton. David N 
Clayton. Douglas H, 428 
Clayton. Martha A 263 
Clear, Maureen A 271, 457 
Cleasby, Bonnie L 328, 348 
Cleeter. Connie Y 295. 428 
Clement, David C. 
Clement. Dennis R 
Clement. Rebecca L. 404 
Clements, Sandra S 
Clemmons, William L 
demons. Elicia T 
Clemons, Jacqueline M. 
demons. Lester W. 
Clemons. Linda P H. 
Clemons. Palncia M. 
Clemons. Rebecca B. 
demons. Tyrone Y 
Clephane. David M 
Clephane. Jackie L 271. 457 
Ciere, Paul D, 
Cleveland, Ann E. 
Clevenger. James B. 
Clevenger, Michael D 428 
Clevinger, Ricky 315, 428 
Clevinger, Rodney G 457 
Click, Debra J, 404 
Click. Karon M. 
Click, Michael E, 315, 428 
Click. Veronica T. 
Clifford, Charlene F. 
Clifford, Joyce F. 
Clifford. Kristen A, 
Cline, James G. 
Cline, Larry 8. 
Cline, Robin E. 428 
Cline. Rodney D. 
Clinton. Robert T. 
Clodfeller, Roy T 
Close, Daniel R 
Closs, Pamela A. 
Cloud. Owight 337 
Cloud. Patricia E. 457 
Clouse, Kimberly K. 
Cloulier, Jenifer J 429 
Cloyd, Beverly A. 457 
Cloyd. Jack M 
Cloyd, James A 
Cloyd, Michelle 
Coaghlin, Loretta 205 
Coakley, Curtis D. II 180. 404 
Coakley. James W 
Cobb. Annette A 
Cobb, Edward L III 457 
Cobb, Elsie L. 457 
Cobb, James W. 
Cobb, Joyce 

Cobb. Patricia A. 322. 404 
Cobb. Richard IV 318. 348 
Cobb, Timothy R. 
Cobler. John 

Coburn, Colleen G, 284, 428 
Cobufn, Evelyn C. 
Coburn, Terri L 

Cocanougher. Bernadet 182, 348 
Cocanougher, John S 
Cocanougher, Margie F, 
Cochran. Cynthia S 457 
Cochran. Jacquolen J. 
Cochran, James D 
Cochran. Jeffrey E. 
Cochran. John M. Ill 
Cochran, Stephen H. 
Cochran, Yotanda R. 
Cockerham, Deborah A. 
Cockerham. Donald R, 
Cockerham, Karen S 348 



Cockerham. Tom D. 

Cody. Rebecca L 

Coe. Debora S. 

Coello. Kimberly D, 457 

Coey. Patly M 

Coler. Laura M 

Coffey. Betty S A. 

Coffey. Gary E. 

Coffey, James E 

Coffey. Kalhy E 428 

Coffey. Kenneth B 

Coffey, Paul D 

Coffey, Phyllis A. 

Coffman. Debra R 

Coliman. Ernest B 

Coffman. Shirley A 

Cofte. Nalfian 

Cogan, Billie L. 

Cohen. Laura A. 394 

Cohen, Tern K. 

Colbert, Betty P 

Colbert. Lance B 

Coldiron, Gerald W. Jr 332, 333 

Cole, Beverly A. 428 

Cole. Carol A. 248 

Cole. Charlolle R 

Cole. Claud D 

Cole. Darrell D 

Cole, David G 200 

Cole. James N. 

Cole, Jeffrey J 

Cole. Jennifer A, 

Cole. Jennifer B 

Cole. Kathy L 36, 295 

Cole. Kenny W. 

Cole. Linda M 394 

Cole, Lonnie A 

Cole, Michelle R. 

Cole, Ray 

Cole, Shirley A 404 

Coleman. Cassandra H. 

Coleman. Donna A 

Coleman. Edward C. 

Coleman, Lisa S. 

Coleman, Luttsha W 

Coleman, Patrick L. 

Coleman, Sandra 428 

Coleman, Sandra G, 404 

Coleman, Thomas J. 

Coleman, William G. 

Coleman, William M, 

Collett, Darlene 246. 348 

Collett, Denver 

Collett, Mason T, 

Collelle. Bill H. 

Colley, Dawn C. 

Colley, Greg M. 

Colley, Marianne 

Colley, Richard D, 

Collier, Caria J 

Collier, Julia M. 

Collier, Sharon D 457 

Collins, Alexander 

Collins. Ann M 

Collins. Betty D J 

Collins. Caroline C. 

Collins, Darlene L. 247. 428 

Collins, David W 348 

Collins, Deborah 457 

Collins, Donna 

Collins, Esther M 428 

Collins, Greg E. 315, 428 

Collins, James P. 

Collins, Jimmy L. 

Collins, John M. 

Collins, Joyce A. 

Collins. Linda I 

Collins. Linda M, 457 

Collins, M. Colleen 457 

Collins, Michael W. 

Collins, Pam A. 

Collins, Patricia G 

Collins, Phyllis Jean 

Collins, Randy L 428 

Collins, Robert P 

Collms. Rigers 

Collins, Sandra 348 

Collins, Sandra B 

Collins, Stephen E. 

Collins. Stephen S. 348 

Collins. Susan D 

Collins, Willard D 

Collins. William M. 

Collopy, John D. 

Colon. Robert 

Colonnese. Deborah R. 

Colston. Deborah G. 458 

Colston. Donna K. 

Coltharp, Flint B 316 

Colvin, James L 

Colvin. Rhonda G 348 

Combs, Abbie S 

Combs. Anna M. 428 

Combs, Bonnie L 

Combs, Bryan S 

Combs, Carole S. 

Combs, Carolyn J 271, 405 

Combs, Cathy 312. 337 

Combs, Charles E. 

Combs, Cheryl A 

Combs, Clark d 

Combs, Craig C 405 

Combs, Darrell 

Combs, David W 

Combs. Deborah L. 

Combs. Denise O 458 

Combs. Diana V 

Combs. Donna M 267, 405 

Combs, Douglas D 348 

Combs. Gene M 

Combs, Harold E. 

Combs, Harold K. 

Combs. Helen R. 

Combs, Iva S 

Combs, James C. 

Combs, James D. 

Combs, James K 280. 458 

Combs, Janel I 

Combs, Janel L 

Combs. Jendra E 

Combs, Jennifer J. 

Combs, Jo Ann 

Combs, John L, 

Combs. John R. 



Combs, Johnny 
Combs. Juanita E. 
Combs, Larry R, 
Combs, Linda D. 
Combs, Madonna G. 
Combs, Marcia A. 405 
Combs. Mary C. 
Combs. Melvin K. 
Combs. Palricia A, 428 
Combs. Patricia H 405 
Combs. Patricia L 458 
Combs, Ramona 405 
Combs, Ricky B 279 
Combs, Sally L 
Combs, Samuel T, 
Combs, Sandra B 
Combs, Scott D 
Combs, Sharon L 
Combs, Tom H. 405 
Comer. Janet L 277. 428 
Comer, Kelly L. 272, 281, 430 
Comley, Patricia A. 
Comley, Raymond N. 
Comley, Virginia R. 
Compston. Denny J. 
Complon, Anne P. 
Compton. Beverly J. J. 
Compton, Bobby L. 
Compton, Bonila 
Compton. Donetta D. 458 
Compton, Eloise V, 
Compton. Larry W 
Compton. Susan E. 391 
Conaway. Martha A. S. 
Condon. Mary E. 
Condreva, Debra J. 216, 217 
Conger, Mike 170 
Congleton. Virginia P 
Congleton, William B 197 
Conic. Olivia 
Conklin, Tony L. 430 
Conkwnght, Mack A. 
Conkwrighl, Rachel M. 
Conlee, Kerry L 458 
Conley. Betty J. 
Conley. Charity R. 
Conley, Darrel J 
Conley, Jean M 394 
Conley. Kimberly J 458 
Conley, Margaret J. 
Conley. Michael V 
Conley. Michele 310 
Conley, Rebecca J. 310 
Conley, Rebecca J 310 
Conley, Rebecca L. 
Conn, Constance M. 458 
Conn. David M. 253 
Conn. Dena R. 430 
Conn, Janelle H. 
Conn. Judy A. 
Conn, Kristie I. 



Conn, Marie 

Conn, Paula S. 348 

Connelley. Martin K 306 

Connelly. Steve E. 

Conner, Deborah G. 

Conner. Jackie L. M. 

Connor, Dons I 348 

Connor, James R 

Connor. Tanya N 348 

Conover, Fern H, 

Conrad. Mary C. 

Conradi. Lissa F 275, 458 

Conroy, David L 

Constant. Anthony D 

Conversino, Mark J. 

Conway. David B. 

Conway, Ginger G. 

Conway, Michael J. 

Conyers. Cynthia G 

Conyers, Max D, Jr. 

Cook, Darryl J. 

Cook. Edward W 

Cook. Gary L. 

Cook. George E, Jr. 

Cook. Gordon F. 

Cook. Gregory E. 254, 277 

Cook. Gregory S. 405 

Cook. Harold D. 

Cook, Jewe-I D. 

Cook, Larry W 

Cook, Laura K 

Cook, Linda M 257. 271, 276. 348 

Cook, Lonald N. 

Cook, Lowell D 

Cook, Marilyn W. 

Cook, Michael A. 

Cook, Omer 0. 

Cook, Pamela C, 

Cook, Peggy R. 

Cook, Shelby Jr, 

Cook, Yolanda F 

Cooke, Douglas M. 430 

Cooke. Margaret A. 296 

Cooke, Patsy G. 

Cooksey. Annette 

Cool, Abby F. 

Cooley. Joe H 

Coombs. Kathryn M 458 

Coomes, Leslie A. 

Cooper, Carla J. 

Cooper. David W 348 

Cooper. Jackie D 

Cooper, John C. 282 

Cooper, John P 283 

Cooper, Kathleen A. 458 

Cooper, Katnna K. 269, 276, 405 

Cooper, Melvin D. 

Cooper, Nancy A. 

Cooper. Paula S, 

Cooper. Hobin J. 458 

Cooper. Roland D. 330 



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488 Index/Cha-Coo 



Cooper. Silas E 

Cooper. Valafie £ 430 

Cooper, William L 

Copeland, Anthony 

Copland, Cassandra L 

Copes, Sherry 

Copes. Virginia E 

Coppola, Nancy E 214, 215, 348 

Corbetl, Catherine A 394 

Corcoran. Mark A 

Cord, Geofge G 

Cordery, Isham S 

Cormney, Larry C. 

Cornelison. Brenda G. 

Cornelison, Edna W 

Cornelison, James A. 118, 119 

Cornelison, Pamela A 

Cornelison, Robert E. 

Cornelison, Samuel L. 

Cornelison, Vickie R. 

Cornelius, Charles K. 

Cornelius, Paula G 

Cornett. Charles L 

Cornett, Deborah D 

Corned, Douglas W. 

Cornett, Draxie 

Cornett, Frank L 

Cornett, Gary L 348 

Cornett, Geraldme 348 

Cornett, Jimmie A. 

Cornett, Joan 252 

Cornett, Kim 348 

Cornett, Laurel E 458 

Cornett, Lona J G. 348 

Cornett, Margaret I 

Cornett, Marsha S. 

Cornett, Michael R. 

Cornett, Oliver L. 

Cornett, Rebecca S W 

Cornett, Robert F 430 

Cornett, Sharon K 348 

Cornett, Shern T 

Cornett, Susan J. 458 

Cornett, Timothy F. 

Cornette. Pamela G. 

Cornn, Kenneth E. 

Corns, Beverly A. 

Corns. Linda J. 

Corso, Barbara L. 456 

Corson. Barbara J. 405 

Corum, Diane 430 

Corum, Dons 

Corum, Jo Ann 297. 430 

Cosby. Donna M. 

Cosby, Kevin W. 

Cosby, Steven L. 

Cosby, Wanda W, 

Cosby, Wayne 

Cosgritt, Kevin R, 

Cosgrove, Mary E. 

Costanzo. Barbara A. 

Costanzo. James C, 

Castas. George J. 265. 348 

Coslello. Thomas E. 348 

Coslello. Timothy J. 

Costine. Jane A. 

Cothron. Jeana C 

Cotter. Alice W 

Cotton, Connie D 340 

Cotton. Jean A. 348 

Cottone, Robert A, 

Cottongim, Clay T 

Cottrell, David L 270 

Cottrell, William K 

Coty, Leslie F 430 

Couch. Anna S 405 

Couch. Grenda K. 430 

Couch. Charles M 

Couch, Harve J 

Couch. Lisa J. 

Couch, Wilmer Jr. 348 

Coughlin, Loretta E. 430 

Coughlin, Nma K. 

Coulter, Garry W. 

Coulter. James D 

Coulter. Sidney T Jr 269, 430 

Coulter. Theresa L 249, 458 

Courtney. James D 

Courtney. Michael L. 430 

Covert. Zelma J 

Covey, Carl 349 

Covey, Fannie F 

Covey, Glenn G 

Covington. Susan H. 

Cowan, James M 

Cowan, Janice R. 349 

Cowan, Jerrold T 

Cowan, Naoma D 

Cowan, Peggy L 

Coward, Richard U. 

Cowden. Elaine K. 

Cowell, Michele 430 

Cowherd, Frances M 458 

Cox. Alan B. 

Cox. Betty C 

Cox. Brenda 

Cox, Brenda K 

Cox, Bruce J 180 

Cox. Bryce A 

Cox. Charles C 300 

Cox, Charles W 458 

Cox, Cheryl A 458 

Cox, Cindy A. 458 

Cox. Craig M 349 

Cox. Debra F 

Cox. Donnle W 

Cox. Edith M- 

Cox, Fredonna 330 

Cox. Gary W. 

Cox. Glenn E 458 

Cox. Jacqueline L, 172. 348 

Cox. James A 

Cox. James M, 

Cox. Jane E. 310. 458 

Cox. Janice F 

Cox. John L 

Cox, Joy D- 458 

Cox. Kaner K. 

Cox. Karen J 263. 349 

Cox. Kathy L- 458 

Cox, Larry J 

Cox, Larry R 349 

Cox, Linda C 

Cox. Lola M 406 



Cox, Martha S 

Cox, Mary M 

Cox, Michael L 332. 405 

Cox. Pamela C 286. 295 

Cox, Pamela D 458 

Cox. Pamela H 

Cox. Paincia L 

Cox, Peggy J 125, 458 

Cox, Randy £ 349 

Cox. Richard W 55. 430 

Cox, Roben C 

Cox, Robert L Jr 405 

Cox, Sheryl A 405 

Cox, Shirley J 

Cox, Stephen L. 

Cox, Susan C 

Cox, Teresa S 458 

Cox, Terry L 

Cox, Timothy M 

Cox, Tony 

Cox. Virginia L 458 

Cox. Wanda L. 

Coy. Gay A. 

Coy, Hugh M 

Coy, KImberly C. 

Coy. Peggy M 

Coy. Russell G 

Coyle. Linda J 

Coyle, Marvin A. 

Cozad. F Dale 150 

Cozad. Vanessa A 

Crabb. Marsha L 430 

Crabtree. Danny C 315. 430 

Crablree, Janan K 394 

Crabtree, Karl W 

Crabtree, Martha D 

Crabtree, Mary L 

Crabtree, Robm D. 

Crace. Roger L. 

Cracratl, Mark W 

Craddock, Vicki L. 

Cratt. Clyde 127 

Craft, Debra R 458 

Craft, Donna G 

Craft, Linda F 

CraH, Marc E. 

Cratt, Marshell 405 

Cratt, Martha S M 

Cratt, Michael D 

Cratt. Teresa S. 

Cratton, Kalherine L. 430 

Craig, Betty C 

Craig, Beverly W 349 

Craig, Deborah C 

Craig, Janet D 284, 430 

Craig, Jeffrey A 

Craig, Jess G 

Craig. Mickey R 279 

Craig, Russell A 

Craig, Sue A 248, 271, 296 
330, 405 

Cramer. Edward W 

Cramer, Kathleen M, 

Cramer, Lena F 

Cfase. Dwana A. 

Craven, Conslance S, 430 

Craven, Denms P. 300 

Craven, Louise A. 

Cravens, Barbara E 

Craver, Steven S 

Crawford, Belinda S 

Crawford. Calvin D 

Crawford. Charles W 

Crawtord. Conme F 

Crawlord, Edwin T. 

Crawlord, Joseph E, 

Cravriord, Lawrence 

Crawlord, Leslie K. 

Crawford, Marcia L 430 

Crawlord, Mary G 

Crawford, Otis T 

Crawford, Samuel 458 

Crawley, Ellen A. 

Crawley, Ronald D. 

Craycraft. Stephen 394 

Craynon, John E 

Creager, Damei P 349 

Creager, James M. 391 

Creamer, Becka 

Creamer, Effie B, 

Creast, Arthur Jr. 391 

Creasy, Howard T 

Creech, Bruce M 430 

Creech, Johnny C 

Creech. Marvin 

Creed. Joseph K. 

Creek. Joyce K 

Creekmoe, Carl W. 

Creekmore, Dennis R 170, 209 

Creekmore, Karen B. 

Creger, Randolph W 

Cress, Herbert H 430 

Cress. Louise B 

Cress. Pelie 330 

Cressman. Robert M 253, 430 

Creutzinger. William 

Crew. Mary L 405 

Crider, Roy A. 

Crispen, Melvin F 

Crockett. Anne M. 

Crott. Nancy E, H, 

Croman, Debby K 

Cromer, Brenda K. 

Cromer, Rhonda M 

Cron, Robert M 

Crone, Steven S 254. 349 

Crook Alan C 253, 322, 337 
349 

Crooks, Donny 

Crooks, Lionel C. 

Croptey, James L. 

Cropp, Linda J 

Crosby, Nan N 

Crosby, Ronald E 

Crosby. Susan K 

Cross, Dottie L 349 

Cross. Johnnie W 

Cross. Kenneth H 

Cross. Raymond L 

Crosswait. Joan P 

Cfotchett. John D 

Crouch. Amy R 

Crouch. James B 

Crouch. Men W Jr. 



Crouch. Timothy A 
Croucher, Raymond M 405 
Croucher. Wendell R 
Croushorn. Earl F 
Crow, Billle K 
Crow, Julie A 351 
Cfow, Mary E. 
Crowdus. Robin E 
Crowe. Donald R 
Crowe, James D 263, 458 
Crowe, Joanne 
Crowe, Kathi F 
Crowe, Patrick A 
Crowe, William L. 
Crowley, Ellen E 330 
Croxton, John W II 430 
Crozier, Cathy J 405 
Crum, Sammy J 324 
Crume, Caria 303, 458 
Crump, Archie P Jr 351 
Crump, Barry W 
Crump, Dale A 
Crump, Steven G. 
Cruse. Bemedji L 310 
Cruse. Betty B 
Cruse, Charles C 351 
Cruse, David D 306 

Cruse, Floyd A II 

Cruse, Jackie R 

Cruse, John W 269. 406 

Cruse, Sylvia J 

Crush, Mary Carol 351 

Crulcher, Anne L 458 

Crulcher, Glyndon S 

Crulchfiflld, Cheryl 

Cuddy, Jana S 274 

Culbertson, Brian W 280, 430 

Culbreth, Debbie K 

Cull, Oebora A W 430 

Cull, Jeffrey L. 351 

Cullen. Carol L. 458 

Culler, Linda S 273. 351 

Cullinane. Cathleen 

Cully, Ann E. 458 

Gulp. David J. 

Culfoss, Jack L. 

Culver. Cynthia A. 406 

Culver. Deana J 

Culver. Michelle L. 

Cumbee. GM W 

Cummin. Cathleen S 273. 274. 45B 

Cummings, David L 

Cummings, Deborah S 

Cummins. Carol A. 458 

Cummins. David A. 430 

Cummins. Garlan M. 

Cummins. Jelema A. 

Cummins. Jerry W. 

Cummins, Joe D 

Cummins, Twana J. 

Cundiff. Brenda M. 

Cundiff, Cathy 284. 406 

Cundiff, Connie R 391 

CundiH, Gregory W 

Cunigan, Joyce A 

Cunningham, Billee 

Cunningham. Billie W. 

Cunningham, Camera L. 

Cunningham, Debbie 

Cunningham, Geraldine 

Cunningham, Joyce E. 298. 351 

Cunningham, Kathleen 

Cunningham, Loretta J 298, 351 

Cunningham, Marcia L 351 

Cunningham, Mary A. M. 

Cunningham, Pamela L 

Cunningham, Tena L. 

Cupp. Jackie R 

Curd. John M 351 

CufI, Debra K 406 

Curl, Timothy D 283. 315 

Curley, Gary W 

Curnutt. Connie J. 

Curnutt, William D, 

Curnutte, Charles E. 

Curran, Colleen E 459 

Curran. Larry D 

Curran. Leslie J 296, 430 

Curren. Kevin K. 

Currens, James C. 

Current, Tommy B. 

Currey, Ellen M. 

Currier, Catherine R. 430 

Curry, Amanda L. H. 

Curry, Barbara A. 

Curry, Brenda M 

Curry, Darrell R 

Curry, Donald K 

Curry, Mary E 276. 430 

Curry, Melanie A 248. 267. 271 
430 

Curry, Patty A 

Curry, Tammi 458 

Curry, Tom M. 

Curtis, Angie L 

Curtis, Barbara E. 

Curtis, Beverly A 458 

Curtis, Clara J 

Cunis, Cris E 180 

Curtis, James F 

Curtis, Jana L. 

Curtis, Jonda L. 

Curtis, Phillip M. 

Curtis, Tammy S. 

Curtsinger. Danny L 

Curtsinger, Wanda J 276, 430 

Cutchall, Bridget B 

Cuticchia, Ava A, 

Cutter. Lauran L 

Cutter, Jeff B 

Cutter, Randy M 351 



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Dabney. David G 
Dabney. Marilyn C 351 
Dabney. Mary S 

Dahl, Wayne H 

Dahlgren, Deborah A. 297, 330. 406 

Oailey, Charles E 

Dailey. Gary L 

Dailey, James A. 



Dailey, Linda L M 

Dailey, Mel A 

Dailey. Michael B 430 

Dailey, Tamara R 459 

Dailey, Terry L 253, 406 

Daley. Michael A 283, 316, 337 

406 
Dalton, Bernard H 
Dalton, Christine L 406 
Dalton, David P 
Dalton, Eddie L 315, 406 
Dallon, Glen D 
Dalton, Lamoin, D 
Dalton, Richard W 
Dalton, Sheri L 257, 267, 268 

351 
Dalton. Terry L, 
Dalton, William S II 
Daly. Marcus 

Dalzell, William A. 247. 430 
Damron, Kathy S 
Damron, Paul R 351 
Dan, Ecky J 
DANCE THEATER 263 
Danelak, Bettina L 303, 322. 351 
Daniel, Barry A 
Daniel, Deborah K 246, 406 
Daniel, Lois W 

Daniel, Lowell K 406 

Daniel, Mark F. 315 

Daniel, Nancy S. 

Daniel, William C 

Daniels, Pamela A. 

Daniels, Penny J 

Daniels, Richard W 

Daniels, Sally C 

Daniels, Steve A 

Daniels, Susan L 303 

Danko. Donald D 

Danko, John J II 

Danko, Robert P 266, 391 

Dapkus, Constance D 

Dapkus, Linda D 241, 149, 351 

Dapper, Cynthia A 297 

Darcy, Michael P 

Darling, Debra L 

Darr, Michael E. 

Darragh, Steven M 322 

Oarst, Kitty Y 

Das, Suresha S 

Dash. Sandra M 406 

Dastmalchian. Ebrahim 351 

Daugherty. Dorothy M 

Daugherty. Jacqueline 297 

Daugherty, James A. 

Daugherty, Martha M 391 

Daugherty, Robert E 

Daugherty, Shirley A 

Daugherty, Haywood 175 

Daullon, Donovan F 

Daulton, Ronald C 

Daulton, Sonya R. 

Dauzenberg, Amy L 321 

Davenport, Elsie K 

Davenport. Gary E 

Davenport. John D 391 

Davenport. Judith S. 391 

Davenport. Lois M. 

Davenport. William L. 

David, Norma N. 

David, Romy P. 

David, Russell E 394 

Davidson, Ernest W 351 

Davidson, Jane M 459 

Davidson, Joan L 459 

Davidson, Lisa A 

Davidson. Martha B 

Davidson. Pamela D. 

Davies, Matthew E. 275, 286, 430 

Davis, Albert D 

Davis, Betty M 

Davis, Billie W 

Davis, Brenda G. 

Davis, Brian C 258 

Davts. Brian P 

Davis. Burchell 

Davis, Carol A. 

Davis, Carolyn E. 

Davis, Cindy E. 430 

Davis, Claude C. Jr. 

Davis, Constance L 310 

Davis, Danny 269 

Davis, David A. 

Oavis. David R 

Davis. Deidra L 

David, Delphia M 76. 99. 459 

Davis. Douglas G 

Davis, Edward M 351 

Davis. Eloise 

Davis. Ernie W 

Davis. Fred 334 

Davis, Gail S 263. 430 

Davis, Gale M. 

Davis, Gary W 

Davis, Gayle H. 

Davis, Gerald C 

Davis, Glenn D 

Davis, Harold J 

Oavis, Hilda S 

Davis, Hugh M 459 

Davis, Jacqueline M 430 

Davis, James B 

Davis, James M 

Davis, James T 430 

Davis, Jim L. 

Davis, Judith A. 253, 351 

Davis, Juwanna 336 

Davis, Kathi L 248, 271. 406 

Davis, Kathleen R 

Davis, Keith C 406 

Davis, Kendal J 

Davis, Larry E 

Davis, Laura M 295. 326. 406 

Davis, Linda 0. 

Davis, LinvillB 

Davis, Lisa L 406 

Davis, Lowell R. 351 

Davis, Luann 459 

Davis, Luanne 

Davis, Lully J 

Davis, Marcia M 

Davis, Margaret A 

Davis, Marianne N. 

Davis, Marion H. 



Davis. Marjofie £ 459 

Davis. Martha A 

Davis. Mary K 

Davis. Melissa J 321 

Davis. Michael G 

Davis, Murrell L 315 

Davis. Patricia A 406 

Davis. Richard A 

Davis. Ricky A 430 

Davis. Robert C Jr 

Davis, Robert E 

Davis, Roben G 

Davis, Robert L 391 

Davis, Rom G. 310 

Davis, Roosevelt Jr 

Davis, Rudy R 

Davis, Sandra L 

Davis, Sandy L 

Davis, Sheree L 172. 298. 351 

Davis, Sophia S. 

Davis. Sophia W 

Davis. Susan L 

Davis, Ten A 312, 326 

Davis. Terrell A 406 

Davis, Tern L- 297 

Davis, Terry D 

Davis. Timothy G 

Davis. Trenl V 351 

Davis. William E 

Davis. Yolanda S 394 

Davison. Dora L 

Dawall. Russell E 

Dawes, Phillip E 

Dawkins. Nina J 

Dawson, Brenda S 459 

Dawson. Deborah L 

Dawson, Elbert A 

Dawson. Janet R 

Dawson. Keith L 459 

Dawson. Mark R 

Dawson, Mark R 

Dawson, Patncia R 

Day, Charles R 

Day, Darrell E. 406 

Day, David L 430 

Day, Edith F, 

Day, Ernie W 

Day, Janel S. 406 

Day. John N 

Day. Larry H 

Day. Laura M 406 

Oay, Linda C 

Day, Lynton D 

Day, Oriene R 351 

Day, Ricky E. 

Dayton, Kay I 

Deahl. Deborah A 

Deal, Ann B. 

Deal, Vicki L 

Dean, Carne L 391 

Dean, Christy L. 

Dean, Danny R, 

Dean, Debra A. 

Dean, Glenn W. 

Dean, Harriet E. 

Dean, Judy L. 

Dean, Linda F. 

Dean, Michael D. 

Dean. Norman G Jr, 

Dean. Shern L. 

Dean. Susie E. 

Dean, Sydney E 407 

Oearen. Douglas J. 283. 430 

Deanng, Mary J 459 

Deanng. Melinda K. 

Deanng. Sandra S 

Dearinger. Yvonne R 297. 407 

Dearmond. Alice V 

Dearner, Mary L 

Dearth, Scott E. 

Deatherage, Ronald W 

Deaton, Andrea G. 391 

Deaton, Bennett W. 

Deaton, Cathy S 407 

Deaton, James E. 

Deaton, Karen S. 

Deaton, Michael F. 

Deaton, Sandra J 431 

Deats, Linda G. 

Debeli, Cynthia J. 459 

Debell, Steven L 407 

Debo. Jomaye 

Oeboerd, Kenneth R 

Oebord. Brenda S. 391 

Debusk, D. Scott 

Decandia. Anthony W. 

Decandia. Scott X 171 

Decandia. Victoria L. 

Decaro, Rosemary T 

Deckeibaum, Robert C 

Decker, John R 

Decker. Roger L 

Decker. William B. 324. 431 

Decker. Yvonne K 

Decuir, David C 431 

Deely, Daniel W 297 330 

Deemer, Betty K 

Deerfield. Charles V. 315 

Deering. John K 

Deering, Laura A. 

Dees. Danny S 

Defoor. John B, 

Oegrella. Sharon L. 

Dehart. Billy D. 

Dehner, Tony L. 

Deing. Vera E. 312, 313. 326 

Deison. Sheili J 

Del. Prince Joseph A, 

Delaney, Art 351 

Delaney, John M 

Delaney. Keith W. 

Delaney, Sandra S 

Delk, Cheryl L 321, 337. 431 

Delong, Lamuel M 351 

Oelph. Jerry E 

Delph, Pamela R 

Delpnnce, Alice E 

DELTA PSI KAPPA 255 

DELTA SIGMA THETA 336 

DELTA UPSILON 304. 305 

Demaree, George W 

Demaree, Sharon K 267, 268, 284 
351 

Oemmler, Hollice A. 



Coo-Dem/lndex 489 



Dempsey. Joan E 267. 407 

Dempsey, Moira S 459 

Dempsey, Steven P 

Demyan. Laura A 

Dengler, Lorl 284 

Denham, Lisa K 407 

Denham, Shirley R. 

Denln, Bernard 315 

Denney, Deborah A. 

Denney. Donald R. 

Denney, Kirk D 252. 263. 351 

Denney. Rebecca A. 

Denning, Richard L 

Dennis, Andrew S 407 

Dennis. Debra G. 43t 

Dennis, Michael E. 

Dennis, Rejeana L 

Dennis. Wilma K. R, 

Dennison. Etien M. G. 

Denny, Chariolle C 

Denny, Donna S. 295, 407 

Denny. Jiii A 

Denny. Karen B. 352 

Denton, Bridge! C. 352 

Denton. Debra C 312 

Denton, Russell R 

Denzlnger. Cathertne 

Denzinger, Christina 54, 245. 253 

352 
Denzlnger, Claudia M- 247, 407 
Deniier. Lori A. 121, 431 
Depree. Chauncey Mark 
Derickson. Eobert T, 
Derifieid, Kelly M. 
Dernovshek, Ellen R. 431 
Dernovshek. Jay E. 459 
Derossell. Mary G. 
Derossett. Roby L. II 
Derrer, Kimberly A. 459 
Derrick, Diane J. 276. 459 
Desantis. Mary C. 
Deshazer. James A. 297, 324. 431 
Delmone, Geoffery J. 
Deslmone, Russell A. 
Desimone, Russell A 
Desimone, Vincent L 
Deskins, John T 
Deskins. Kalhy R 
Deskins, Thorn G 322 
Desioovier, Raymond F. 
Despard, Lynn A. 431 
Despard, Nancy R. 
Destein. Suzanne 312, 326 
Devary. Deborah J 
Devasher, James L Jr 
Develin, Jayne A 
Dever. Nancy D 
Devere, Betty C. 
DevereuK. Margaret S. 
Devers. Marvin G Jr, 
Devers, Richard G. 
Devine. Bobbie T 
Devine, James W. 
Devine, Mark W 315, 431 
Devlin, Douglas M. 
Devoe, Myra J 
Devore. Karen M 431 
Dewaele, Michael D 
Deweese, Robin 
Deweese, Tim W 306 
Dewitt. Calhenne W 271 
Dewitt, Sandra C 276. 459 
Dexter, Ella M. K 
Dexter, Julie A 
Dezarn, Debra L 
Dhennen, PaOy 295 
Dick, Anita A S 
Dick, Barbara S 
Dick. Boyd C 431 
Dick, Doris E. H. 
Dick, Sandra J 391 
Dick. Stephanie A 
Dick. Yoianda R. 
Dickens, Mary M. 
Dickens, Susan T 
Dickerson, Anita D. 
Dickerson, Billy A. 
Dickerson, Mary A. 
Dickerson, Mary K, 
Dickey, Margaret A. 
Dickson, Janice E. 
Dleckmann. Susan B. 
Dieffenbach, Patricia 
Dielfenbach, Richard 
Diehl, Larry C 
Diehl, Michael H. 
Diem. Carol E, 
Diemer, Alan W. 
DIemer, Janice L 
Diemer. Ronald L 
Dlhrkop, David L 180 
Dllaura. Mary A 321, 431 
Dlllander, Marshel 
Dllle. Susan E 459 
Dlllen, Lisa A 273, 297, 326 
Dlllman, Bruce P 459 
Dlllmen, Richard E. 
Dillon, Donald R. 
Dillon, Jane F. 352 
Dillon, Lee W. 252. 257. 283 

352 
Oils, Norma M 
DImke, Gretchen M 
Dingus, Sharyn P. 
Dinsmore. James W. 
Diodonet, Hector 164 
Dirlco, Joseph A. 
Diseker, Andrew J. 431 
Disney, Deborah M, 431 
Disney, Patsy G. 352 
Dialler, Suzanne M. 297. 431 
Distier. Tim A 259 
Ditchen, Phillip M. 282, 283, 305 

431 
Ditteriine, Roger D 
DIx, Valerie L. 431 
Dixon, David A 326. 353 
Dixon, Hershel Jr 352 
Dixon. Joey C. 
Dixon. Judy C 
Dixon. Michael 
Dixon, Montie M 
Dixon, Owen E. 
Dixon. Robert A. 



Dixon. Teresa L. 352 
Dixon, Thomasine E 459 
Dixon, Timothy M 305, 459 

Dixon, Trina Y 76 

Dixon. Dr. Wallace 113 

Doek. Isabella S. 

Doak. Dean J. Linward 144 

Doane. Anthony W. 

Doane. Lola 144 

Dobbs, Barbara J 431 

Dobson, William B 

Dockery. Carolyn R 

Dockery. Ronald C 

Dockery, Steven E. 459 

Dodge. Nancy P 

Dodson, Donald R. 

Dodson, Genie E. P. 

Dodson. William R 

Doggett, Patricia M. 352 

Doherty, John R. 283, 328. 337 

407 
Dohmen, Ellen L 
Doker, Lawrence B. 459 
Doian, Julia A. 39, 297, 337 

431 
Dolan, Maureen E, 353 
Doien, Ronald E. 
Doll. Ernest A 
Dollar, Robert S 
Doiiins, Sandra W 
Dolwick, James H 11 
Domenech, Maria T 283, 286, 459 
Donahue, James D 
Donahue, Victoria C 352 
Donaldson, Neai 107 
Donaldson. Michael A. 
Donathan. Kathleen M 
Doneghy, Tanya C 
Donin. Bernard G 
Doninl. Many V. 431 
Donilhan. Larry T 
Donnelly, Edward T. 
Donnelly, Ruth 
Donoho. Jane 
Donohue, Victoria C. 
Donovan, John S 
Donla. Kenneth Jr. 
Dooiey, Cheryl L 
Dooiey. Thomas D, 
Dore, Calvin C 352 
Dore. Rhonda L. 
Dorgan, John E Jr 352 
Dorris. Mary F 391 
Dorsey. David 164 
Dorsey, Frances R 352 
Dorsey, Monica L 460 
Dorton, John R 
Dosker. Wiiiiem L. 
Doss, Donald W. 
Doss, Paul D. 407 
Dossett, Terry D. 318, 431 
Dotson. Audine C 
Dotson, Catherine E. 352 
Dolson, Gary D 280. 431 
Dotson, Jelfery H. 164 
Dotson. Pamela A. 460 
Dotson. Robin D 460 
Doty, Cheryl A, 
Dougherty. Tara L 278 
Douglas. Carietta S 
Douglas, Cathy R 460 
Douglas, David 
Douglas Debbie L 
Douglas. Debra J 
Douglas. Evelyn S 352 
Douglas. Janet S 
Douglas, Kenneth R 
Douglas, Ladonna D 
Douglas. Roberta L. 
Douglas, Rodney S. 407 
Douglas. Sharon L. 310 
Doulaz, Lynn M. 247, 326, 431 
Dove, Edward E 
Dowd. Anson S. 
Dowd. Karen D. 
Dowdy, David T. 
Doweli, Bobby W. 
Dowler. Thomas E. 
Dowling, Staria A. 
Downey. Jean A. 

Downey, John W 

Downey. Robert M. 

Downey. Sandra L. 

Downing. Richard C. 

Downs, Barbara L. 

Downs, John W 

Downs, Richard R. 

Doyle, Caria J. 431 

Doyle, George T 

Doyle. Jetlrey S 300 

Doyle, Michael L. 

Doyle, Penny L. 460 

Doyle, Peter W. 209 

Doyle, Sean R. 

Dozier, William 

Draeger. Richard A. 

Drake, Derrick W 

Drake. Gail E. 

Drake. Karen 391 

Drake, Margaret E 

Drake, Michael A. 

Drake, Richard L. 460 

Drake, Willard A 

Drangeid, Eiin 460 

Drennen, Doris C. 

Drennen, Patricia J. 460 

Drennen, Thomes J. Jr. 180 

Drescher, Diane B 268, 352 

Drew, Jetlrey A 

Drew, Susan D 318 

Drew, Teddy C 

Dreyer, Cheryl A 265. 394 

Dringenburg, Duane C. 

Dringenburg, Gregory 352 

Drnek, David W 352 

Droddy, Earl J 

Droege, Denlse K 431 

Drum, Diana L. 

Drummond, Judith L. 

Drummond, Linda C, F, 

Drury, Pamela A 460 

Dube, Sharon A. 

Dublin. Ricky G. 

Dudgeon, Marilyn D. 



Dudley. Jane E 212 

Duer. Cere M 312. 313. 394 

Duerson. Elizabeth A. 460 

Duerson, Wintred E. 

Duff, Debora K 

Duff. Gerald L. 

DuH. Joseph S 

Duff. Ray A. 

Duff. Robert A. 

Duffy. Sally M 

Dufour. Mary M 

Dufour. Natalie A 

Dulour, Rita J. F 

Dugan, Louisa C. 

Dugger. Patricia L. 264, 407 

Dugger. Sandra F. 460 

Duggins. Michael W. 230, 242, 252 

282, 283. 315, 352 
Duke. David G, 431 
Duke. Henrietta S. 
Duke. Mark R. 460 
Dukes. Constance R. 
Dukes, Encil D 
Dukes, Gary J 300 
Dummer. Debbie L. 460 
Dunagan, Larry L 
Dunavent. Pamela L. G 460 
Dunavent, Philip V 
Dunaway, Angela H 
Dunaway. Joy D. 
Dunaway, Kalhenne A 352 
Dunaway, Phyllis G 391 
Dunaway, Russell H 
Dunbar. Kathryn A 407 
Dunbar. Margaret G 431 
Dunbar, William H 242, 283, 300 

337 
Duncan. Anthony W. 
Duncan. Berna D B 
Duncan. Carey D. 
Duncan, Catherine H. 
Duncan, Cheryl A 
Duncan. Elizabeth J. 
Duncan. Gregg A. 
Duncan, Gwendolyn E. 
Duncan. Jerry W. 431 
Duncan. Larry L. 
Duncan. Michael R. 
Duncan. Ruby C. 431 
Duncan, Shirley 205 
Duncan. Timothy W. 
Duncan, Trevedia L 
Dundon, John L 
Dunford, Rodney G 407 
Dunkie, Robert J Jr 407 
Duniep. Charles R 460 
Duniap. David L 
Dunlap, Deborah J 407 
Duniap. Donald G 
Dunlevy, Cynthia L. 
Dunn, Alice I 
Dunn, Benjamin C 460 
Dunn, Darcy P. 
Dunn. Denise 460 
Dunn, Dureli 460 
Dunn. Judith L 
Dunn. Kenneth E. 
Dunn. Kim Y. 
Dunn. Mark E. 
Dunn. Mery J 
Dunn, Maurice E 327 
Dunn. Mervin 
Dunn, Patricia M. 
Dunn. Rick V. 
Dunn, Stephen L. 
Dunn. Stephen L 
Dunn, Stephen S. 
Dunn. Waller O, 
Dunn, William K. 
Dunn. William T. 
Dunnigan, Jacqueline 400 
Duplain. Kim M 303 
Dupiain. William A Jr 
Dupre, Charlotte V 352 
Dupre, Margaret M. 
Dura, James M. 
Durbin. Gienna M. 
Durbin. Mariesa J 
Durbin. Mark C. 
Durbin, Palncia D. 431 
Durbin. Sarah B. H. 
Durcan, Deborah L. 284, 352 
Durham, Ann K, 
Durham. Barbara L. 262. 283, 295 

407 
Durham. Charles W. 
Durham, Dedna D 252. 257, 277 

352 
Durham. James D. 
Durham. Judy A. 
Durham. Larna L 
Durham, Marilyn L 
Durham. Mary C 
Durham. Matthew J. 288, 326 
Durham. Russell P. Jr. 
Durham. Sherrie L 303 
Durkin. Susan M. 310 
Dusenbery, Dianne L. 203, 460 
Dusing. Linda M. 
Dutton. Jennifer L. 461 
Duvaii, Joseph L. 
Duvaii, Margery J. 431 
Duvaii, Michelle 
Duvaii, Robert T. Jr. 461 
Duvaii, Roy H. 
Duvaii, Sandra S. 461 
Duvaii, Victoria L. 
Dwyer, Edward W. 
Dwyer, John N. 431 
Dye. Elizabeth A. 427 
Dye, Jane E 
Dyer, Jennifer A. 295 
Dyer, Reeta D 
Dyer, Roberta L H 267 
Dyke. Jana K. 461 
Dyke. Thomas W, 391 



— E— 



E CLUB 258 

Eades, Catherine M. 



Eades. Jimmy L. 

Eades. Joyce L. 

Eades. Stanley R. 

Eads, Ann L. 

Eads, Carl W 

Eads, David W 

Eads, Lorenzo D 

Eads, Lorenzo D, Jr 281. 285, 352 

Eads, Mark D. 

Early. Clay A, 

Earlywlne. Lisa A. 461 

Earnest, William P, 

Eason, James D. 431 

East, Denny L 

East, Jane L. 

East, John M. 

East. Martin D. 256, 276, 407 

East. Roland K. 328. 391 

East. Sidney L 461 

Easlerday, Sheila E. 

Easleriing. David L. 461 

Eastham, Odeii 

Eastman, Noah W. Jr 

Easton. Christopher D, 

Easton, John M. 

Easton. Laura L. 352 

Easton, Sarah L 

Eastwood. Robert T 

Eaton. Ann M, 407 

Eaton. Timothy J. 

Eberenz, Robert L Jr 394 

Eckdahl. David D 

Eckdahi, William W 

Eckerman, Douglas E 

Eckier. Charles M 252, 257. 352 

Eckstein, Mary K 

Ecton, Latlsha 

Eddrington. Nathan L. 337 

Eddy, Janet L. 

Edelen, Ann C. 295, 326 

Edelen, Lou A. 276. 461 

Edelen, Marguerltte C. 

Edelen, Mark A 

Edelen, Rhonda K. 461 

Edelen, William A. 431 

Eden. Harold D 

Eden, Ronald W 

Eden, Sharon D 

Edgington, Richard L. 

Edgington. Riida J. 

Edinger, Natalie 5 234, 252, 353 

Edinglon, James S Jr. 

Ediin. Thomas S 256 

Edmon, Susan R. 312. 407 

Edmonds, Carol S 407 

Edmonds. Laurie L. 270 

Edmonds. Tommy R. 

Edmonds, William D. 

Edmonds. Yvonne L. 298. 407 

Edmondson, Emily G. 

Edmondson, Jacqueline 461 

Edmondson. Jeffrey L. 

Edmundson. William R. 

Edwards, Ara C. 

Edwards. Debra A. 281. 353 

Edwards. Eva 

Edwards, Gene D. 407 

Edwards. Janet S 432 

Edwards, Jern A. 461 

Edwards. Joseph W 

Edwards. Karen V. 

Edwards. Krista E 310, 432 

Edwards. Mark C 

Edwards. Marsha L. 

Edwards. Mary P 432 

Edwards, Michael G 304, 305. 337 

353 
Edwards. Michael W 
Edwards. Nancy A S, 
Edwards. Rita K. 
Edwards. Robert E Jr 269 
Edwards, Stephen N. 
Edwards, Susan C 353 
Edwards, Thomas L. 407 
Edwards, Tracy D. 
EHIer, Judith A. 2B4, 353 
Egelston, Lisa A 249 
Egger, John R. 330, 353 
Eggleston, Gayie J. 
Ehnes, Lynn M. 
Elchert. Susan G 
Eitert, Robert A. 461 
Eigeibach, Brian M 
Eigenberg, Helen M. 
Eiier, David E 
Ellers, John R. 
Einstein, Karen D. 
Eisenback. Michael W. 
Eisenbeis, Cindy K. 
Eisenmenger. Karl K. 
Ekiund, Karen S. 
Ekiund, Virginia R, 
Ekstedt, Wendi S. 394 
Eiam, Bernice B. 
Eiam, Connie L. 353 
Eiam, Howard B Jr. 
Eiam, Leigh H. 297 
Eiam, Timothy K. 
Eiam, William fl. 
Elbert, Lawrence D 
Eider, Cindra C. 432 
Elder, Delbert J 
Elder, Jeffrey L, 
Elder, Linda K 
Elder, Lorena A 
Elder, Mary L 461 
Elder, Nancy L 214. 215, 461 
Elder, Robert J 
Eldot, Howard L. 
Eldot. Rosatyn G 
Eldrldge. Brenda S 353 
Eldridge, Early B Jr. 
Eldrldge. James O. 
Eldrldge. Roy S. 
Eleas, Louie H 
Elery. Paula M. 461 
Elfering, Gary M. 
Elfers. Cheryl L 318. 407 
Elkayekh. Miioud B. 
Etkin, Marylyn R. 
Elkln, Robert R 
Eiklns, Debra L. 407 
Elklns, Kimberly J. 
Eliard, Cecil A. 



Ellery. Jo Ann S. 

Eliick. Dons I. 

Ellingsworth. Vivian 

Ellington. Robert L 25, 267, 353 

Ellington. Wanda J. 353 

Elliott, Angela D 

Elliott, Charles E 

Elliott, David T. 

Elliott, Denny R. 

Elliott, Elizabeth A. 432 

Elliott, Harold E. Jr 256 

Elliott, Jean T. 

Elliott, Kenneth W, 186, 188, 189 

190, 193, 194, 195 
Elliott. Larry M. 
Elliott. Mary A. 
Elliott, Michael L 
Elliott, Norma H. 
Elliott, On L. 
Elliott, Peggy L 
Eiilolt, Robert G 
Elliott. Robert M. 
Elliott. Robert M 
Elliott, Robert W 
Elliott, Roseann B. 
Elliott, Steven D 254. 332 
Elliott, Theodore C 
Ellis. Eva C 
Ellis. Gary D 326, 353 
Ellis. Kelh L 461 
Ellis. Kim A. 312 
Ellis, Linda J 353 
Ellis. Marilyn J 
Ellis, Michael L. 432 
Ellis, Steven C. 
Ellison, Danny M. 
Ellison. William C. 
Elllslon. Harold E. 
Elmore, Paul S 
Eimy, Gale M. 295 
Elsberry. Christopher 286. 288, 432 
Eising, Dora A. 432 
Eiswick. Carlos J 432 
Eiswick. Elizabeth T. 353 
Eiswick, Marianne 433 
Eiswick. Patricia 
Eiswick. Vicki L 432 
Elvette, Miss 300 
Eiwyn, Maureen M. 
Ely, Beth A. 
Ely, Doris H 
Ely, Yvonne R. 255 
Eizy. James W ill 
Eizy. Robert W. 
Emberton. Francme N. 270 
Embry, Jean H. 
Embry. Kenneth T. 337. 353 
Embry, Maryanne F. 
Embry, PattI L 
Embry. Theresa G. 
Emerick, Thomas G, 461 
Emerson, Bruce E 407 
Emerson, David K 
Emerson, Donnie E 
Emerson, Garnell H Jr, 
Emerson, Yvonne G 
Emery, Gail S 310, 337 
Emery, Judith A. 
Emmerich. Linda A. 295. 461 
Emmitt. Evelyn J 432 
Emmons, Keile B 432 
Emmons, Martha F. 461 
Emody. Myron 461 
Endicott, Douglas M 180 
Endres, Betty A 
Engelhard, Ann M 
Engelhard, Theodore J 
England, Beth A 
England, Donna G, 432 
England, Pamela S 432 
England, Timothy E. 
Engle, Allen D 233, 243, 251 

286, 287. 353, 518 
Engle, Bruce 432 
Engle, Darlene 353 
Engle, Diane 
Engier, Donna G. 407 
Englert, Christopher 461 
Engiert, Sharon A 461 
Englert. Sharon M. 
English. Beverly A. 
English. Jennifer L 
English. Lise G 247, 326. 432 
English. Warren J 392 
Enlow. Anthony C 264. 305, 354 
Ennis, James H. 
Enos, John E 276. 354 
Enright, Deborah A. 461 
Ensey, Dean C 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CLUB 264 
Enzie. Russell F 131 
Epiey. Charles R 
Epiing. Dorothy R. 
Epiing. Wiiiiem D 432 
Epperson, Catherine Y. 
Epperson. Mary C 
Erbele, Evelyn G 
Erftenbeck, Margaret 303, 461 
Erhard, Geoffrey M 
Erickson, Dennis A. 392 
Erickson, Judy L 312 
Erickson, Paula J. 
Erienbach, John J. 167 
Ernest. Alan 
Ernest. Brenda S, P. 
Ernspiker, Clarence A 
Ernsplker, Gary S 
Ernspiker, Steven P 
Ernst, Christine M. 249. 274, 461 
Ernst, Mary L 
Erny, Edward K, 
Erscheii, Victoria A. 303 
Erwin, Hariey G Jr. 
Erwin, John 
Erwin, Lisa J. 
Eskridge. Deborah A. 54. 57, 231 

243. 253, 286. 287 
Eskridge. William H. 
Espy, Anna J. 
Espy, Kim L 
Esser. Walter O 
Estelle, Caridine 
Estep, Eva S. 
Estepp, Brian R. 



I 
t 



490 Index/Dem-Est 



Esterle. Ben 310 

Estes. Bobby E. 

Estes, Bruce E. 

Estes. Cydney L. 315 

Estes. Darren V Jr 

Estes, David A 

Estes. Jomin 

Estes. Teresa G 267. 407 

Eslill, James E. 

Eten. Paul D. 269 

Ethenngton. Carl L 

Ethenngton. Dorothy 263. 407 

Elfieringlon. Patricia 432 

Etninglon, Toni M 303. 354 

Elkin. Cynthia L 256, 318. 354 

Etzel, Linda C 253 

Eubanks, Karen A. 

Eubanks. Michael K. 

Eulon, Geraidine J. W 

Euton, Mark E 

Evans, Beverly G. 

Evans. Candy E. 295. 407 

Evans. Cindy M. 432 

Evans, David R. 170 

Evans, Debbie K. 279 

Evans, Elaine 354 

Evans, Eric D 

Evans. Helen L 432 

Evans, Jane E. 211 

Evans, Jennifer S. 407 

Evans, Joseph T 

Evans, Mark G 176, 407 

Evans. Mary E. 

Evans, Palncia H 

Evans. Phillip P, 

Evans, Hoberl O. Jr. 

Evans, Tamara K. 461 

Evans, Tern L. 

Evans, Terry M. 

Evans. Thomas J. 

Evans, Winford K, 

Everage, Archie W. 

Everage, Bobetta 

Everall, Patrick D. 

Everett, Kim M 

Everman, Nma F 

Everman, Tamara L. 461 

Eversman, Janice K. 

Evins, John W III 

Ewess, Carree 172 

Ewing, Ann H. M 

Ewing, Benny R. 

Ewing, James W. 300 

Eyler, James M. 

Eyster, Sarah M 

Ezell, David M 

Ezell, Eugenia 354. 248 

Ezelt, Joyce L. 

E2ell. Robert B. 

Ezell. Wyndee K, 247. 315, 432 



— F— 



Faesy. PattiA. 277.407 

Fahlbush. Randy S. 119 

Fain. Marie C 

Fair, Truiy 432 

Fairfax, David W 126, 407 

Fallis, Judy T. 

Falkenberg, Steve 130 

Fallon, Myra J. 

Fallon. Sandra D 

Fan, Chienlih 

Fan, Dennis 

Fannin, Darren 

Fannin, Deborah D 250, 354 

Fannin. Norah M. 

Fannin, Palncia A. B. 

Fardo, Helen M. M. 372 

Fargason, Tami S 461 

Fans, Deborah S. 407 

Fans, Gary W 

Farler. Stanley 

Farley, Keliy A. 

Farley. Kenneth W 

Farley, Nancy S. 

Farlow, Calvin W. Jr. 

Farmer, Becky S. 432 

Farmer, Cynthia L 

Farmer, Darlene D. J. 

Farmer, Gregory K. 

Farmer, Harry W. Jr. 278 

Farmer. Ladonna J. 432 

Farmer. Mark S 

Farmer, Nancy E 

Farmer, Patricia A 

Farmer. Robert E. 277. 354 

Farmer, Sherri L. 

Farmer, Steve D 

Farmer, Violet A. 

Farnau, Richard C. 

Farney. Kathy E. 

Farnsworlh, Robert E. 

Farr, Nancy D S 

Farreii, James H 300 

Farrell, Lawrence W. 461 

Farrell, Michael T 

Farren, Rosemary D. 

Farringlon. Myles C. 

Farris, Alvin W, 

Farris, Cheryl F 354 

Farns. Donald R. 

Farris. Esther E. 

Farns. Ezra W F. 

Farns, Howard C. 

Farris. James R. 

Farris. Keith D. 

Farris, Nancy C 

Farris, Willard H. 

Farthing. Dons A. 

Farthing, Lisa K, 432 

Fessas. Nancy L. S 

Fatehipeikani. AM rez 

Faulkner. Carol A 267, 268 284 

354 
Faulkner, Donnetla R. 254 
Faulkner, Michael D. 316 
Faulkner, Rita K 432 
Faulkner, Sandra L. 432 
Faulkner, Suetla P. 
Faulkner, Terry L. 432 



Faulkner, Todd W 461 
Fauste. Robert J. 
Faulh, Michael E 
Fauver, Roger W. 
Favors, William M. 
Fawcett, Reglna M, 
Fay, John P 
Fazio, Jeft 164 
Fearing, Enk W 461 
Featherston, Melissa 312 
Featherston, Robin E. 
Feck, James W III 270 
Fee, Berneda J. 432 
Fee, Charles R 
Fee, Marketta R. 432 
Fee, Rick A. 
Fee, Tambra E, 
Fee, Thomas H 
Feeback, Juliana 407 
Fegan, Charles W 
Fegenbush, Donna H. 
Feheley. Pamela W. 
Fehnbach, Ronald S. 
Feighner. Kathi S 
Feistntzer, Richard 
Feldman, Steven L. 280 
Feltman, John W 
Feitner. Debra A. 
Feltner, Donald R. 108 
Feitner, Eula M. 
Feltner, Sheila D 
Fellon, Roger A. 
Felly, Lexann 
Felty. Martha R. 
Fennell, Blaine L. Jr. 
Fanned, David D. 
Fennessy, Joan E 303. 326 
Fenton. Donna S 
Fenton, Julie A. 461 
Fenton, Thomas C 
Feo, Fernando F, 281 
Feo, Rosatlof 281 
Ference, Penny P 
Ferguson, Joseph L. 
Ferguson, Judy S. 
Ferguson, Lmda G 354 
Ferguson, Malcolm Jr. 
Fernanders. Kimberiy 
Fernandez, Joseph H. 432 
Ferrell, Charles S 
Ferrell, Dennis R. 265, 355 
Ferrell, Donna B. 
Ferrell. Jerry I. 
Ferrell. Joyce C, 
Ferrell. Paula J 
Ferrell, Tamara G. 
Ferrenlino, Vincent J. 
Ferry. Patrick J 
Fertig, Kathy L. 355 
Fett. Phillip M. 330, 408 
Feuz, Carol L 
Fey. Gary L. 
Fichetola. Ralph W 
Ficker, Lon A. 461 
Fickes, Steven S. 
Fickling, Camille P. 
Fiehrer. Margaret L. 
Fields. Andy L. 
Fields. Bndget P. 461 
Fields. Diane 461 
Fields. Edwinna R. 
Fields, Larry R. 
Fields, Laura L 
Fields, Lizabelh A. 408 
Fields. Lynn K 355, 461 
Fields, Melinda J. 269 
Fields. Paula M. 
Fields. Steven W. 355 
Fields, Susan F. 
Fields, Teresa A 310 
Fietds, Teresa J 
Fifield. Richard L. 355 
Figg, Ellen J. 
Figgins. Michael D. 
Figgs. Anthony E. 
Figgs. Charles J. 
Figgs. Jonathan M 355 
Figlestahler, Joan E. 461 
Figlestahler, Robert 392 
Figueroa, Hovt^ard M 
Filbert, Dana L. 355 
Fillatreau, Ann S. 
Fiiicky. Susan B 
FilippuccJ, Paul N 
Filoso, Frank E. 
Filsinger, William A. 200 
Finch. Bradley S. 
Finck, Thomas P 
Fine, Bettye J 
Fine. Ralph M. 
Fine, William F. 
Fineiia, Edward C. 180 
Fink, Susan L 
Finke, Lisa M 
Finley, Elena M 461 
Finley, Morris G 432 
Finnell, Bobbie J. 78, 461 
Finney. Beth A. 157 
Fischer, Cindy J. 312 
Fischer, Debbie L 
Fischer, Kimlynn S. 355 
Fish, Melanie A. 
Fishback. Dale R 
Ftshback. Levi 
Fishback, Valorie G. 408 
Fisher, Beverly j 
Fisher, Brenka K S 
Fisher, Bruce P 
Fisher, Cheryl A. 
Fisher. CliHord J. 270 
Fisher. David K. 
Fisher. James W. 
Fisher, Jamie S. 
Fisher. Linda G. 408 
Fisher, Sally A. 
Fisher, Terry J. 
Fisher, Theresa L 432 
Fister. Patricia A, 
Fitch, Sally D. 205 
Fite. Roy W 
Fitz, Mark W 180 
Fitzgerald. Carol L 249 
Fitzgerald. Gloria J. 
Fitzgerald. James L. 



Fitzgerald, Janet L 252, 355 

Fitzharns, Lisa K 462 

Fitzhugh, Eugene C 170, 209 

Fitzpalnck, Ernest P 

Filzpairick, Gerald D 

Fitzpalnck, Janice C 241. 253 

Filzpatnck, Sheila A. 

Flack, Jack R. 

FLAG SQUAD 273 

Flaherty, Ann B 462 

Flaherty, Karen L 

Flaherty, Margaret P. 

Flaherty, Thomas M. 

Flanagan, Susan R 462 

Flanary, Lowell 0. 

Flanery, Timothy W 

Flanigan, Sandra D 

Flannery, Geneva S. 

Flannigan. Tom N. 462 

Flatt, Douglas W 408 

Fleig, Barbara J. 

Fleig. Lawrence S 

Fleming. Allan F Jr 

Fleming, Bonnie G 355 

Fleming, Charles F 285 

Fleming. Donald R 

Fleming, Judy G 

Fleming, Robert B 

Fleming. Roger D 

Flerlage, Paula A 

Flerlage, Ronald J 

Flesch, Kathleen A. 227, 355 

Flesher, William M. 

Fleshman, Marilyn J 318. 330, 408 

Fletcher, Barbara J 321 

Fletcher, Denney R. 

Fletcher, Edsil J Jr. 

Fletcher, Jack K. 

Fletcher, Kimberiy G 

Fletcher, Robert G 

Fletcher, Steve P 179, 180, 258 

Flinchum, Catherine M. 

Floer, Susan D 206. 207 

Flood, Charles B 

Flood, Patricia L. 321 

Flora, Keith A, 

Flora, Kirk A. 

Florence. Cherie L. 277 

Florence. Laura T. 

Florence, Leon C 

Flores, David L 180, 182 

Flowers. Bngitie A. 

Flowers, Kevin D. 462 

Flowers, Rachael L. 

Floyd, Charles U. 462 

Floyd, Debra S. 

Floyd, Teresa L. 

Fluty, William C. 

Flynn. Alan W. 

Flynn. Catherine A 295, 326, 408 

Flynn, Charles R. 

Flynn, Diane C. 

Flynn, Donald E. 432 

Flynn, Holly S, 328. 432 

Flynn, Lisa T 

Flynn, Norma W. 

Flynn, Robert E. 

Flynn, Robert G. 

Flynn, Roy E. Jr. 

Flynn, Sandra G. 432 

Flynn, Susan G. 

Flynn, Timothy L. 356 

Flynn, William O, 

Fockele, Robed D. 

Fogarty, Mary T 462 

Fogie, Hollis A 

Fogie, Sarah J 

Fogle. Glenda J. 462 

Foisler. Garry W 

Foley. Glenn A. 

Foley. John L 

Foley. Linda A. 318, 337, 432 

Foley, Melody C. 432 

Colk, Billy G. 

Folkerth, Mark C. 

Followell. Judy S 

Fonville. Nancy K. 356 

FOOD AND NUTRITION CLUB 265 

Fooks, Glenn W. 

Forbes, Tamara M. 

Forbess, James C. 

Ford, Byron S 328, 432 

Ford, Charles W 

Ford. Cinda S 

Ford. Gary H. 180 

Ford. James B. 

Ford, Lisa E 

Ford, Sherry L 

Ford, Sue H 

Forester, Bettie J 

Forester, Kimberh H, 408 

Forinlos, Ross D 

Forman, Arthur A. 408 

Forman, Gloria K 

Forman, Jackie L 

Forman. Nancy S 

Fornash. Judith A 356 

Forney, Thomas E, 

Fornshell, Mildred E. 

Forsberg, Danual E. 

Forsylhe. Sara R. 394 

Fori. Lisa K 

Forte. Mark G. 

Fortner. Ila G. 

Fortney, Janie L. 

Fortney, Linda R 

Fortwengler. Brent J. 462 

Fosson. Carol G. 

Fosson, Julia C 

Foster, Adrian V 408 

Foster. Arthur L 

Foster, Charles L. 

Foster. Deborah L, 

Foster. Emma L. 

Foster. James H Jr 269 

Foster, Jewell D 

Foster, Kenneth W. 

Foster, Lynn D 

Foster, Marcia J 

Foster, Rebecca M 310 

Foster, Steven R 282, 283 

Foster. William R Jr 

Fothergili, Douglas M. 433 

Foushee, Donna L 



Fowler, Betty H 
Fowler, Douglas K 328 
Fowler, Joy S 356 
Fowler, Kathleen C, 
Fowler, Lena F 433 
Fowler. Lloyd G 
Fowler, Phihp T 
Fox, Bette 
Fox, Doreena A 
Fox, Edwin R 
Fox, Eloise 
Fox, Ingnd B 
Fox, James W 
Fox, Jeltery A 
Fox, Louis M. 
Fox, Mark H. 269, 270 
Fox, Sharon G 
Foy, Anne £. 277, 408 
Fraim, Patricia R 
Fraley, Donald G. 
Fraley, Jennifer B 408 
Fraley. Joyce Dale 
Fraley. Joyce P 
Fralix. Teresa D 
France, Amy M 462 
Francis, David B 408 
Francis, George T 
Francis. Michele A 462 
Francis, Theresa C. 
Frank, Nancy J 
Frankenstein, Connie 433 
Franklin. Hollis K 
Franklin. Karle W. 
Franklin. Rebecca J. 
Franklin, Terry L 408 
Franzen, Donald S 
Eraser, Micheal J 
Fresher. Brenda K 
Fresher, Mark S 
Fraufelter, Jody L 462 
Frazee, Stephen W 



Frazier 


Cheryl A 269, 462 


Frazier 


Debra L 


Frazier 


Diane M. 


Frazier 


Ester R, 


Frazier 


Jana M. 


Frazier 


Jessica J. 


Frazier 


Joan C. 


Frazier 


Karo! K. 


Frazier 


Linda S 


Frazier 


Margaret S. S 


Frazier 


Nina R. 462 


Frazier 


Phillip D 


Frazier 


Sally J 462 


Frazier 


Tyrone V 


Frazier 


Vanessa D 462 


Frazier 


Vanetla D. 462 


Frazier 


Vickie L 408 


Frazier 


Wanda L 408 


Freakley, Susan G. 408 


Freck, 


Kristin A, 211 



Frederick, Dwain B 

Frederick. Failh M, 356 

Frederick. Jeanme M 462 

Frednckson. Dennis R, 

Free, V. Lorene 

Freels, Ronnie H 

Freeman, Claudia W. 

Freeman, Janice 

Freeman, Janice R 408 

Freeman, Lana M B 

Freeman, Laura E 

Freeman, Ramona K. 252, 356 

Freeman, Ronnie L 

Freese. Linda J 297, 337 

Freize. Frank F 

French, Benedetla 

French. Cheryl L 432 

French. Constance K. 

French. Daisey B. 

French, Deborah H 

French, Debra V. 462 

French, Jerry W 

French. Sharon S 

Freshley, Anne M 

Freshwater, Gayle A, 204, 205. 229 

245, 255, 257, 356 
Fretty, Martin P 
Fretty, Sarah B 
Freudenlhal, Susan K. 
Frevola, Marc D. 462 
Frey, Jane M. 
Frey, Michael A. 
Frey, Robert R 322, 433 
Frey, Ronald J. 
Frey, Susan A. 
Frey, Vicki L 

Frick, Heidt A 293, 303, 433 
Fricke, Kara S. 462 
Friedly, David W 
Friend, Diana L. 271, 433 
Fries, Kathryn A 
Fries, Rhonda J. 462 
Frith. Jerry C. 408 
Fritsch, Mary S 250, 408 
Fritz, Beverly W 
Fritz, Gary N 
Fritz, Linda K. 462 
Frizzell, Jack R, 
Frombach, Amy E. 
Fromme, Thomas J. 
Frommeyer, Steven J. 180. 224. 239 

252, 258 
Frommeyer, Timothy J. 180. 253 
Frost, David F 
Frost, Kimberiy J 
Fruchtenichi, Douglas 275, 328 
Fry, Lloyd D 
Fry, Shirley A 
Fryberger. Leslie A, 
Frye, Houston 
Frye, James H 
Fryer. Billy M 

Fryman. Alison 247, 252, 433 
Fryman, Richard E. II 392 
Frymire, John M 328. 356 
Fuchs, Richard D. 
Fugale, David L. 
Fugate, Denny 189 
Fugate. Sharon L 
Fugate, Timothy E. 462 
Fugate, William 
Fugitt. William G 259 
Fuhrmann. Grelchen M 



Fulcher. Johnny R 
Fulk. Suzanne F 
Fulkerson, Rene 
Full, Sheree D 
Fuller, Elizabeth A 
Fuller, Janice 
Fuller, Roger A 
Fulps, Robert C 
Fulton, Michael L 
Fulton, Pamela E 298, 408 
FulU, Donna L. 284. 408 
Funk. Harriet A. 
Funke. David W 332 
Funke, Marcia L 356 
Fuqua, Suzanne 
Furlong, Steven E 
Furmon, Darrell L 
Furnish, Fred D 
Furnish, Jan T 
Fuson, Pamela J 
Futrell, Morra D 356 
Fyte. Steven W 



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Gabbard. Beulah j C. 

Gabbard, James H. 

Gabbard. Jessie B. 

Gabbard, Judy G 

Gabbard, Kathy W 

Gabbard, Manlee M 

Gabbard. Palsy M 268. 433 

Gabben. Rosie M i 

Gabehart. Richie C 

Gabhart, Can K 

Gadd, Robert W. 

Gadker, Joann 

Gaebler. Randy E 

Gaer, David W 166. 167 

GaHey. Barbara J 356 

Gaffin, Timothy L 315, 356 

Gage, Lucy C M 

Gagne, Roger F 462 

Gailey. Palncia L 

Gaines, Ben j, Jr 

Gaines, Charles B 

Gaines, Lmda S 

Gaitskill, Jeannette 271. 408 

Galasso, Michael A 

Galasso, Patricia G 

Galbreath. Mary E. 

Gale, David D 

Gale. Elizabeth j 

Galens, Mark K 

Gales, Vanessa L 462 

Ganger, Ann M 356 

Gall, Andrew J 408 

Gall, Randall S 

Gall. Shirley C 

Gallagher, Mary E 

Gallagher, Michael T 

Gallaher, Kevin A 356 

Gallenstein, Debi A. S, 

Gallenstein, Georgia 

Gallenstein. James J. 

Gallivan. Debbie A. 318 

Galloway, Gary W 

Galloway, Henry Jr. II 

Gals. Dr David D 116 

Gamble, Steven E. 

Gambral. Kathy D. 

Gambrel, Angelele 

Gambrel, Charlisa 40S 

Gambrel, Lee 

GAMMA THETA UPSlLON 249 

Gammell, Gloria R 

Gammons. Nathaniel 

Gander, Anna K 

Gandolto, Guy T, 

Gandollo, Manhew F. 

Gannon, Albert J 

Garber, Can R 170, 322 

Garbett, Margaret E 312 

Gardina. Hope A 

Gardner, Angel 

Gardner, Deborah L 264, 356 

Gardner, Elizabeth C. 

Gardner, George A 200, 432 

Gardner. Rebecca L 251. 267, 281 

356 
Gardner, Ruben L. 
Gardner, Susan M. 
Gardner. Sylvester 
Gardner, Terry A 
Gardner, Vicki L. 
Garland, Dense 310, 433 
Garland, Mary Lou B. 
Garlepy. Judilh W 
Garner, Billy J 
Garner. Billy R 
Garner, Sherry G 408 
Garnell. Bill E 
Garnett, Jo P 
Garnell, Johnny W 
Garnett, Lee C 
Garr. Dave E 
Garr, Kimberiy A. 433 
Garrett, Angela J 252, 310. 336 
Garretl, Angela V 257. 394 
Garretl, Danny W 
Garrett, Jo A. 
Garrett, Karen D 408 
Garrett, Kim 285 
Garrett, Tommy A 
Garrett. William A. 356 
Garns. Robin S 312, 408 
Garrison. Dawn R. 315, 462 
Garrison. Ellis B 
Garrison. James A 462 
Garver, Carl R 
Garvm. Phillip L 
Garwood, Deborah L S, 
Garwood, Paul A. 
Gash, Patricia R 433 
Gash, Ronald L 
Gaskins, Norma S 
Gass, Beverly A 
Gasser, Mary D 408 
Gastineau, David 
Gastineau, Rebecca A 462 
Gaston, Paula J, 172. 210, 211 
Gslarz. Theresa M 



Est- Gat/Index 491 



Galeley. Josepn P. 356 

Gates. Joann 

Gatewood. Daryl B. 

Gaiewood, Rulh A 462 

Gathol. Thomas P 

Gaum, Jackie A 356 

Gatfost. Vivian A 

GauH. Bena F 432 

Gaunder, Edward P 

Gaunder, Frederick J. 

Gaunt, Sharon J 

Gaus. Lisa A 312 

Gaw. Dennis C 

Gay. Doris J. 

Gay, Gregory S. 

Gay. James A. 

Gay, Jimmie D 

Gay, Leeann M 247, 267, 433 

Gay, Leslie M. 

Gay, Leslie M 

Gay. Peggy L D 204, 205, 408 

Gay. Roger L 

Gay. Stephen T 

Gayfieart, Janet C 

Gaylord. Sherry L 

Gaylord. Tonya R 462 

Gearharl, Jen R 

Gebelt. Julia M 462 

Geeks. Vicki L. 408 

GedrocK, Cathy M 

Geider. John E 

Geiger. Cheryl G 

Ceiger. Jennifer L 356 

Gelling. Lee D 

Geis. Carol S 

Geisler. Mane M 216 

Geiss. Lauren E 210, 211. 462 

Geldfeich. Lmda L 432 

Gellhaus, Kevin P 

Genaway. Catherine T 

Gensheimer. Lisa M 

Genther. Richard A 408 

Gentry, James B 

Gentry, Kimberly A 462 

Gentry. Manan L 

Gentry, Patrick L 

Geoghegan. Robert S 

George. Chester W 

George, Ted M 135 

Gepharl, Karen M 295 

Gerald. Anthony E 

Gerald. Susan L 

Geralds. Matthew H 

GERMAN CLUB 265 

German, James A 258 

Germann, Elizabelh C 

Gero, Fred W 

Geromes. Pamela 321 

Gerrein, Nancy T 

Gers. Deborah S 

Geschrei. Nancy J T 254, 297. 330 

Getman. Barbara R 

Gevedon. Frances R. 

Gevedon. Gloria G 269. 356 

Gevedon. Janice F 

Gevedon. Jhan M 

Gfell. Sheila K 

Ghaidi. Assadoiiah 

Ghnsi. James C 408 

Ghfisl. Karen E N 408 

Giacchini. Thomas R. 322 

Giancola. Lana C 

Gibbons. Martha A 262. 265. 433 

Gibbs, Dixie T 

Gibbs, Helen J 

G-bbs, Kalhy A 

Gibbs. Randall R 

Gibbs. Rebecca L 356 

Gibson, Barkley W 

Gibson, Becky E 408 

Gibson, Billy Paul 

Gibson, Bobby J 433 

Gibson, Charles H 

Gibson, Charles W. 

Gibson, Deborah H 

Gibson. Dreema D 298. 356 

Gibson. Edwina C 

Gibson, Frankie L. 

Gibson, Harold C. 

Gibson, Harry 

Gibson, Karen 

Gibson. Karen S 408 

Gibson. Maribeth H 

Gibson. Ralph D 

Gibson. Rebecca J 

Gibson. Thomas F 

Giesler. Barbara L 

Gittord, Karen J 272 

Giglia. Tern A 295 

Gilbert. David E 

Gilbert, John M 279 

Gilbert, Kennelh 

Gilbert. Kyle 269. 356 

Gilbert, Laura M 

Gilbert. Lon K. 

Gilbert. Paul 

Gilbert. Susan B. 

Gilberi, Virginia L 

Gilday, Patti S 

Giles, Connie J 216. 433 

Gittedder, Shirley S 

Gilkison, Gary A 

Gilkison, Mary L 408 

Gill. Andrevir 

Gill. Anna M 

Gill. Betty B 

Gill. Donald J. 

Gill. Gerhard P 

Gill. Leann R. 462 

Gill. Paul J 

Gill, Rebecca S 462 

Gillespie, Connie S. 284. 356 

Gillespie, Emily S 

Gillespie. James B 

Gillespie, James E 

Gillespie, Mark S 305, 462 

Gillespie, Stephen K 

Gillette. Joseph P 433 

Gilley, Michael V 433 

Gilliam, Beverly G 303 

Gilham, Dannie 

Gilliam, Donnie 

Gilliam. Judy L. 271, 433 

Gilliam. Karen K 246, 265 



Gilliam, Sheila A 


Gorley. Robert C. 


Gilllland, Curtis L. 


Gorman. Kevin D, 


Gilliland. Hugh R. 


Gorman, Steve F 


Gilliland. Joseph L. 


Gorman. Victoria F 409 


G>lliland. Patricia B. 


Gorrell. Earl M. 


Gilliland, Virginia L 


Gosnell. Teresa A 


Gdlis, William C, 


Goss, Kimberly A 


Giltispie. Stanley C 


Gosser, Bobby 


Gillum. Frances S 


Gossef, Tara 409 


Gillum. Howard R 


Gosseti. Joe Jr 


Gilman, Karen j 


Gossett. Timothy D 


Gilpin. Marion K 


Gossman. Bonnie V 


Gilpin. Michael D 


Gossman, David G 


Gilpin. Neal B 


Golhard, Richard D 


Gilreath. Larry D. 


Gough, Elizabeth A 


Gilrealh. Nancy H 


Gough, Patricia A. 


Giltner. Mary E. 408 


Govan. Jerry L 


Gingerich. Elizabelh 


Gover, Jimmy W 


Ginn. Caria J 433 


Gover, Pamela J 295 


Ginler. George W 


Grabeel, Louise 


Ginler, John 


Grace. Luiayne 


Ginter. Julia E. 


Graddick, Joe 


Ginther, Kalhenne A 


Graddy, Maurice C 


Gipe, Ann D 


Gradel, William A 275. 409 


Gipe, James M II 


Grady, Timolhy J, 270 


Girard. Karen M 


Graet, Richard E 


Girard. Mark B 230. 242. 252 


Graese, Diana L. 771, 462 


283 


Graft. CarIa J 433 ■ 


Girdler. Edwin W Jr 


GraH. Donna L 310. 328 


Girdler, Jackie P 


Gragg, Kathenne L. 433 


Gish. Nancy B 


Graham. Candice 


Gittinger, Steven C 306, 433 


Graham. Daniel R 


Gturgevich, Josephine 


Graham. Davida L 318. 357 


Givens. Charles K 


Graham. Glenna S 


Givens, James R. 


Graham, Gwendolyn M 


Givens. Randy S. 433 


Graham, James F 357 


Givens, Rhonda G. 


Graham, Jim H 


Givens. Russell L 


Graham, John C, 


Glab, Danny S 409 


Graham, Lynne C. 462 


Glacken, Julia A 409 


Graham, Pamela R. 263 


Glancy, Diana S 433 


Graham. Sharon L. 433 


Glanz. Gad A 


Graham. Tammy B. 433 


Glass. Larry D 


Graham. Terry M. 409 


Glass, Linda M 


Graham. Terry R 


Glass. Martha S- 


Gramling. Tnomas R 


Glass, Patricia B. 


Grammer, Jett D 


Glasscok, Perry L. 


Grannis, Jill 


Glasscock. William H. 


Gram, Dionne L 118. 120 


Gleason. David R 


Grant, Lewis C. 


Gleason, Diane 263. 433 


GranI, Lisa G 


Glenn, Thomas D 


Gram, Mary D 


Glin, Penny J. 


Gram, Paulene 


Glover, Edward M. 


Gram, Steven E 


Glover, Juwanna 


Granville, Harold B 170 


Gluck, Nancy A 356 


Granville, Kevin L 


Goatley, Wilbert H 78, 292, 334 


Cravens, Chanty 164. 357 


335. 356 


Graves, Allen S 463 


Goble, Dempil 1 


Graves. Carolyn G 


Goble, Pamela S 


Graves. Cynthia L. 


Godbey, Elizabeth A 271 


Graves. David L 


Godby, Lucille S 


Graves. Edward E. 


Goddard, Carl J 275 


Graves. La]Oy L. 


Goddard, Jane A. 


Graves, Leona J 


Goddard, Sandra L 


Graves, Michael C 


Godfrey, Christopher 


Graves, Stephen P 463 


Godfrey, John 


Graves, Tamie A 


Godfrey, John P 


Graves, Wesley 6 


Godlewski. Susan C 256. 321, 326 


Gravitt, John S 


Godsey. Palncia F 


Gravilt. Tern D 


Godsey. Ronnie H 


Gray, Bonnie J. 


Goebei, Joyce A 


Gray, Christopher A. 196 


Goers, Carol L 


Gray. David B 


Gott, Deborah A 267. 409 


Gray, Dwayns E 


Goins. Betty A 


Gray. Edward G 357 


Goins. Beny A 


Gray. Esc^lela 172 


Goins, Cindy L 


Gray. Gary E 


Goins, Dale G 


Gray, Gayle E 


Goins, Donna F 312, 409 


Gray. GeH S 322 


Goins, Will T 


Gray. James T 


Goins, William R 


Gray. Jeanelte 


Goldberg. Joan S 


Gray, Jeanene A 395 


Golden. Jerry W 


Gray. Kalhenne A 


Golden. Martha A S 


Gray. Kenneth E 


Golden, Wayne W. 


Gray, Larry M, 


Golightly, Donna J. 


Gray. Linda G 


Gollihue, Marsha R. 


Gray. Michael L 


Golston. Gwendolyn 433 


Gray, Randall L 


Gomberl. Mary K 303 


Gray. Robert fl 


Gomez. Glenda L 


Gray. Robin E 


Gomez. Michael A 356 


Gray. Ronnie L 326 


Gonzales, Richard B 


Gray, Susan C 433 


Gonzalez. Roberto 


Graybeal, James R 


Goocey. Donme D 


Graziani, Alan J 395 


Gooch. Donna K 409 


Graziani, Theda J 277, 357 


Gooch. Tommy L 


Greathouse, Donna K. 357 


Good. Katharine E. 210. 211. 274 


Green, Barbara J. 


433 


Green, Carol J 258 


Good. Max 189 


Green, Charles L, 


Goodell. Freda J 


Green, George T 


Goodall, Paula R 312. 328 


Green, Glyndon E 


Goodan. Norene F 


Green, Holly L 322, 409 


Goode, Danny C 


Green, John L 


Goode, Jeffrey L 409 


Green, Kevin M 


Goode, Patricia E 


Green. Linda 409 


Goode, Patricia L 


Green. Mary B. 


Goodenough, Mary K. 462 


Green. Paula K. 


Goodhue, Johnny M 315 


Green. Paula K 


Goodhue. Leigh H 


Green, Richard D, 


Goodin, Charles S 129 


Green, Ricky T 


Goodin, Julie F 


Green, Robert L Jr 300. 318, 337 


Goodin. Silas F 


Green. Robert N. 


Gooding, Patrick J 


Green. Shelia L 


Goodletl, Woodrow S. 


Green. Steven P 


Goodloe. John W 


Green. Tamera J 


Goodman, Arthur L 


Green. Terry L. 


Goodman, Joy L 433 


Green. Vickie L 


Goodpasler, Ltnda G, 


Green, Walter H 316, 357 


Goodpasture, Richard 


Greenblall, Kim M 


Goodwin, Christopher 170 


Greenburg, Darryl G. 


Goodwin. Kirk A 


Greene. Antoinette R. 


Goolsby. Margaret R. 


Greene. Arty P. 


Gorbandt. Rebecca A. 271. 462 


Greene. Carl Jr 177, 160 


Gordaon, Anthony L 135 


Greene. Catherine M 351 


Gordon. Connie S. 


Greene. Daphne B 409 


Gordon. Derek G. 254 


Greene. Frederick M. 463 


Gordon, Donna 


Greene. G Gregory 


Gordon Gela J. 463 


Greene, Joy 249. 395 


Gordon. Glenn C. 


Greene. Michael E. 409 


Gordon. Joyce V 


Greene. Peggy J 


Gordon. Milton T 328 


Greene, Roy M 


Gordon, Onsa 463 


Greene. Steven L 251, 267, 357 


Gore, Jimmie R 


Greenhill. Clarence C 


Gorence Paul E 


Greenlee. Marianne L. 


Gorenflo, Pamela J 277. 357 


Greenspon. Deborah G. 




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Greenstein. Donna G, 281 

Greenup. Darrell H 

Greenway. Jamce 

Greenway, Robert L 283 

Greenwell. Brenda C 267, 409 

Greenwell, Catherine 463 

Greenwell, Charles L 

Greenwell, Janet L 433 

Greenwell, Jon M 

Greenwell. Karen D 

Greenwell, Kimberley 

Greenwell. Margaret R 284 

Greenwell. Mark J 

Greenwell. Mark T 

Greenwell. Martha L 409 

Greenwell. Mary J 433 

Greenwell. Michelle 310. 463 

Greenwell. Patricia A. 357 

Greenwell, Robert V. 

Greenwell. Terri L. 

Greer, Darryl C. 

Greer, Glenda C. 

Gregg, Robert E, Jr. 

Gregg, Sally M. 

Gregory. Audrey L 

Gergory, Beulah M 273. 357 

Gregory. Bobby R 275 

Gregory, Carolyn W 

Gregory, Charles D 

Gregory, Frank M 

Gregory. Jeff 

Gregory, Joanne 357 

Gregory. Laura R 357 

Gregory, Lmda G 276 

Gregory, Margaret M 

Gregory, Mark A 300 

Gregory, Michael A. 

Gregory, Shirl F, 

Gregory, Teresa J 277. 315. 395 

Greive, Nancy J 

Grenier, Linda S V 

Grenier. Rafael A. II 

Gresham, Deborah L B. 

Gressman. Peggy A 

Grey. Jennifer L 

Grey, Juanila L 

Gnbbin. Michael E 433 

Gribbms. Danny R 

Gnbbins, Jimmy D 

Grice, Harold M. 433 

Grice. Richard S 

Grider, Margaret S 357 

Grieb, Sandra L 204. 205 

Grier, Laura L. 

Grleslnger. Cheryl A, 434 

Griest. Kren A 

Gnffin, Billie M. E. 

Gnffin. Buddy 

Griffin, Chris W 

Gnffin. Colleen L. 

Griffin, Cynthia L 

Griffin, Dwight V, 

Griffin, Fredrick 180 

Gnffin, Gerald R- 

Griffin. Gregory C 408 

Griffin. Gregory M 

Griffin, Jacque R. S. 

Girflln, Jeanne A 252, 257, 358 

Griffin. Joann 



Griffin. Laurel J 252. 257, 270 

276, 358 
Gritfin. Linda B. 
Gnffin, Lisa C 463 
Gnffin. Martin W. 
Gnffin. Rebecca L 312 
Gnffin. Rhodenck C 276, 408 
Griflin. Ronald T. 334 
Gnffin, Sarah A. 
Gnffin. Terry C. 
Gnffin, William M. 
Gnffin, Yvonne E. 321 
Gnffin. Yvonne M 
Griffis. Brian R. 
Gnffith, Gail B 463 
Griffith, Gregg L 
Griffith, Lois B 
Griffith, Marsha S. 
Gnffiht, Mollie H 
Griffith. Sharon K. 
Griffith. Sharon L. 434 
Griffith, Terry E 
Griffiths, Elizabeth 
Griffiths, Brummal 295. 326 
Griggs, Bruce D. 
Gnggs. Donna N 
Griggs. Gerald E. 
Griggs. Serena J. 
Gnggs, Vtckie J. 
Grigsby. Sally K, 
Grigsby, Sheila Y. 
Grigsby, William P. 
Gnm, Mark A. 408 
Grimes. James M. 358 
Grimes, Marietta 
Grimes. Pamela R. 463 
Grimes, Roy S. 434 
Grimm, Margie R. 
Grtmme, Kathy A. 
Griner. Cheryl A. 
Gnnnan, James M. 463 
Gnppa. Jane E. 330 
Grlse, David P. 
Grise. Emma E 
Grise. Robert O 434 
Gnse, Susan E. 
Grisham. Karen S 463 
Grissom, George W. 
Grlssom, James N 315. 434 
Gritton, Danny D, 
Gntlon, Garnett L 
Grizzelt, Anila E 
Grollig, Donna E. 
Gronberg. Terry L. 
Groom, Deborah J, 
Gross, Colin 
Gross, Darrell D 357 
Gross. David A 
Gross. Gary L 
Gross, John W 
Grosser, Leslie A 
Grossman. Trudy C 312 
Grover, Pam 51 
Grubb, Brenda G. 
Grubbs, Juanita Y. 
Gruelle, Tony Raye 
Gruen. Charles A. 357 
Gruenschlaeger, Sue C. 
Grugin, Patrick A. 326 



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Grundman. Pamela R. 
Grundy, James C. 
Grundy. John M. 358 
Gruner, Kathleen M. 318, 434 
Guernsey. Lynne D. 434 
Gulley, Karen M 
GuHey, Milchell B 
Builds, Kathleen 
Guilfoil. Beatrice E. 
Guinn. Helen R. 
Guinn, Tambra J. 
GuInn, Wanda L 409 
Gullell, Mary J. J. 
Gumm, Troy G- 409 
Gump. John 142 
Gundel. Lon J. 295 
Gundy, Jacqueline A. 358 
Gunn, Roberta A. 
Gunther, Freida S 
Gurganus, Jane W 
Gustin, Phyllis A. 
Gutenson, Sandra F 
Gutterman, JOhn K 
Guy, DAvid A. 
Guy. Mary D W 
GwJn. Martin C. 463 
Gwynn, Carol A 
Gyurik, George S. 



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Haag,Carol J.463 
Haag. Carolyn A. 409 
Haag, Pamela L 248 
Haaker. Michael E, 
Habeeb, Kais 5. 463 
Habeeb, Mary C. 
Habermann, Elizabeth 
Hebermehl. Stanley P. 463 
Hack, Cynthia A 358 
Hacker, Bobby T 
Hacker, David S 463 
Hacker, Edsel F 
Hacker. Jane 463 
Hacker. Joan 
Hacker, Kathryn B 
Hacker. Malvery J. 
Hacker, Marilyn S. B 
Hacker, Michael D. 
Hacker. Nora P. 
Hacker, Paula S. 
Hacker, Peggy M 
Hacker, Reuben G 
Hacker. Tina L 463 
Hackley, Lairess M. 
Hackney, Rickey D 
Hadden, Bruce A 
Hadley, Beniamin D. 
Hadorn, Christopher K. 
Haegele. Joseph R. 
Haerlng, Elizabeth M. 321 
Hafer, Cynthia L. 463 
Hater. Keith A 306. 463 
Haftey, Joan T 
Hagan. Demse R 463 
Hagan. Lydia W. 
Hagan, Timothy C. 270 
Hagans, Carol D. 214 
Hagedorn, Cheryl N. 463 
Hager. David S 
Hager, Denlse M. 
Hager, James M 
Hager, Marie D. 

Hager, Patricia A, 146 

Haggard, Edith S. 

Haggard. Mary R. 

Haggenmaker, Qonita S. 

Haggenmaker, Bonlta S. 

Hagood, OIlie B. 

Hahlen, Stephen A, 

Hahn, Kathy A, 463 

Hahn. Lee 326 

Hahn, Michael D. 

Hail. Doris A, 

Hail, Douglas W. 

Hain, Roben J. 

Haines, Glenn W. 

Haines, Stephen K. 

Hakneken. Dianne 318 

Halbauer, Constance 310 

Halbauer, Cynlhia L. 310 

Halben. Denzil 

Halbert, Randall K. 

Halchak, Kenneth L. 254, 275, 409 

Halcomb, Charles M. 

Halcomb. Edwina 

Halcomb, Judy R. 

Halcomb, Lana G. 463 

Halcomb, Michael H. 395 

Halcomb, Wilma J 409 

Hale, Bobby R, 

Hale. Christopher K. 

Hale, Cynlhia E. 395 

Hale, Eddye C. 

Hale, Linda K. 

Hale. Nancy I. B. 252 

Hale, Nora E. 

Hale, Dr. Norvaline 

Hale. Paul L. 

Hale. Ruby R. 

Hale, Stephen E. 

Hale, Susan T. 262, 463 

Hale, Wateetah D. 

Hale. Wayne E. 

Haley. Darleine E. 

Haley. Douglas R. 

Hale. James K. 395 

Haley. Jane E. 463 

Haley, Maureen P 

Halfacre, Judith M 270, 463 

HalHman, Paul F, 

Hall. Allen E. 
Hall, Amy N, 463 
Hall, Anna G. 
Hall. Barry J 409 
Hall. Benny V, 
Halt, Billle C. 
Hall, Candise S. 
Hall, CArol C, 
Hall. Christine D. 
Hall, Cynthia A. 
Hall, David A. 



Hall, David G. 

Hall. Diana L. 

Hall. Dorothy S. 

Hall, Earl R. 

Hall, G Keith 

Hall, Gary L. 409 

Hall, Gayle C 

Hall. Grace S. S 

Hall, Gregory G 409 

Hall, H. C. 

Hall, Harold W 

Hall, Jackie D. 253 

Hall, Jacquelynn 112 

Hall, Jane) K. 409 

Hall, Jetf L. 

Hall, Jerry T. 

Hall. Jewel E. 

Hall. Jimmy R. 

Hall, John F. 

Hall, John L. 

Hall, Joseph M 

Hall, Joseph W. 463 

Hall. Kathleen L. D. 

Hall. Kathy L. 434 

Hall. Kim A. 

Hall, Larry S. 

Hall, Linda D. 

Hall, Lynette M. 

Hall, Michael L. 

Hall. Pamela F 

Hall, Paul 

Hall, Ramona J 409 

Hall. Rebecca L 463 

Hall, Rttchle J. 306 

Hall, Robbie K. 

Hall, Samuel A. Ill 249. 358 

Hall. Sharl L. 463 

Hall. Stanley B. 

Hall, Stephan A. 275 

Hall, Susan M, 

Hall, Tame K. 

Hall, Teresa G. 

Hall, Terry E. 

Hall, Walter A. 

Halley. Mary 

Hallis, Juanita V 

Halliwell. Ann P. 

Halliwell, Jane E. 462,463 

Halloran. Michele C 

Hallum, Morris M. 180, 258 

Halpin, Donald J. 

Halstead. Ella L. 

Halter, Jack R. 

Ham, Dennis B. 

Hammann, John T 

Hamblin, Karen L 298, 358 

Hamblin. Moses 

Hambly, Carol L. 

Hambrick, Annette K. 

Hamel, Ann M. 

Hamilton, Anna L 

Hamilton, Barbara J. 

Hamilton, Bill M. 

Hamilton, Donna L. 

Hamilton, Eddie M. 

Hamilton, Ellen M. 296, 358 

Hamilton, Gerald L. 

Hamilton. Gregory W. 409 

Hamilton, Helen F. 

Hamillon, Jacque L. 

Hamilton, Janice S 

Hamilton. Jerry L. 463 

Hamilton. Joseph P. 409 

Hamilton, Judy C. 

Hamilton, Karen K. 

Hamilton, Kevm J 463 

Hamilton, Kirk W 276, 315, 409 

Hamilton, Kristin J 276 

Hamillon, Larry W 

Hamilton, Linda L. 284, 330, 434 

Hamilton, Lisa K. 463 

Hamilton. Louis G. 

Hamilton. Nancy E. 463 

Hamillon, Samuel L, 

Hamilton, Stuart W. 

Hamilton, Susan H 358 

Hamilton. Susie C 257, 409 

Hamilton, Tanya F. 463 

Hamillon, Terry A. 

Hamilton, Thomas C. 

Hamilton, Wilma L. 

Hamlin, Ernest D. 

Hamlin, Leslie A, 

Hamlin, Margaret M. 

Hamm, Bill L. 

Hamm, Katharine A. 434 

Hamm, Laura F. 51, 312 

Hammack, Merle L 

Hammond, Alan S. 

Hammond, Barbara A. 464 

Hammond, Christi A. 

Hammond, Oonna S, W. 

Hammond, Elizabeth P. 

Hammond, Harold T. 

Hammond, Larry B. 

Hammond, Terry R. 

Hammonds, Charles A, 

Hammonds, Charles R. 252, 358 

Hammonds, Gwen Dawson 

Hammonds, Michael 

Hammons, Brenda R. 358 

Hammons, John B. 

Hammons, Penny L. P. 

Hammons, Robert R. 

Hammons, Sammy J. 

Hampton, Alice F. 

Hampton, Ardith K, 

Hampton, Clyde D, 

Hampton, David A. 

Hampton, Florence E. 

Hampton, Margie L. 

Hampton, Paul D. 

Hampton, Sheila R 464 

Hampton, Teresa L 

Hampton. Timothy L 434 

Hampton, Valerie D 315, 358 

Hancock, Diane E 464 

Hancock, Sharon C. 409 

Hancock, Sharon S. 

Handley, Dorene K. 

Handley, Sharon R. 409 

Handley. Sybil A 409 

Handy. Randall R 

Haney, Cynthia K. 409 



Haney, Daniel P 189 

Haney, Dr Donald 120 

Haney, Nancy E 

Hantord, Marvin R. 

Hanklns, Lewis W, 

Hankins, Lizette F 

Hanks, Carol L. 270, 409 

Hanks, Catherine A 270, 409 

Hanley, James K 

Hannah. Patricia A. 

Hannan. Joyce A. 248. 343 

Hannan, Richard R. 

Hannan, William J. 

Hanneken. M. Dianne 

Hanners. Edith M 

Hannon, Joyce 247 

Hannson, Kenneth S Dean 122 

Hanscom, Sue A. 

Hansel, JeHrey S 

Hansel, Joyce A 409 

Hanselman, Tina H 303 

Hansen. Barbara A 434 

Hansen, Carol A. 464 

Hansen, Myron L. 464 

Hanson. Dr Kenneth 123 

Hanson, Nettie J. 

Hansson, Karen B. 

Harbin, Barbara J. P. 

Harbin. Pamela M. 358 

Harbin. Sandra 410 

Harbin, Stephen E. 

Harbison, Charles F. 

Harbison. Farrell A. W. 

Harden, Bobby H 

Hardesly, Peggy J 359 

Hardin, Jess 

Hardin, Jim F 

Hardin, Kenneth E 

Hardin, Sheldon 

Hardin. Susan W. 

Hardin, Victor P 

Hardwick, David D 

Hardwick, Sherne D. 257. 267, 359 

Hardy, Alec P. 

Hardy, Charles E. 

Hardy. Charles E. 

Hardy, Diana K. 

Hardy, Franklin E. Jr. 

Hardy, Gayle L. 

Hardy, Mary E. 

Hardy, Susan J 410 

Hargan, Karen E. 276, 283. 464 

Hargett, Julie M. 

Hargis, Bonnie S. 359 

Hargis, Herman L. 

Htrgis, Teresa F. 359 

Hargrove, Dennis G. 

Harkey, John T. 200, 201, 410 

Harkins. Dorothy W 

Harklns, Howard F Jr. 

Harkleroad, David A. 330 

Harkleroad, Robert E. 

Harkleroad, Thomas S 

Harlan, James G 434 

Harlan, Timolhy P. 

Harlow. Linda L. 

Herman, Sarah K. 

Harman, Wilson S. 

Harmeling, Mark C. 

Harmeling, Paula J 434 

Harmon, Brian S. 

Harmon, Dave W. 

Harmon. Gwendolyn S. H. 

Harmon, Linda A. 

Harmon, Sherry A. 

Harmon, Vicky D. 

Harmsen. Craig R 

Harmsen, Patricia M, 

Harnack, Carol S 

Harness, Carolyn A. 392 

Harness, Grace H. 

Harp, Daniel G. 

Harp, Kenneth L. 

Harp, Ramona B. 

Harp, Todd P. 

Harper, David G. 259 

Harper, Eugene 

Harper, Everette F. Jr. 

Harper, Gary L. 

Harper, Jennifer S. 

Harper, Linda S. 

Harper. Sherry J. 

Harper, Steven D. 434 

Harrell. Colan J 

Harrell. Fred D. 

Harrelson, Tamera L. 434 

Hams, Barry L. 

Hams, Billy D. 

Harris, Carolynn S. 277. 359 

Harris, Cassie L. 410 

Harris, Clint J. 359 

Harris, David M. Jr. 

Harris, Douglas C, 

Harris, Earl 

Harris, Eldon E, 

Harris, Glenn Jr. 

Harris, Gloria S. 

Harris. James 131 

Harris. James B. 

Harris, James E. 

Harris, Jane A. 296, 434 

Hams, Jerri L 

Harris, John A, 

Harris. John M. 

Harris, Joyce A. 464 

Harris, Karen E. 

Harris, Karen K, 464 

Harris, Kathy L. 359 

Harris. Lonnie 

Harris. Margaret K. 

Harris, Mark C. 

Harris, Marshal W 

Harris, Mary A. 

Harris, Nancy J. 

Harris. Patricia L 

Harris. Rebecca L. 410 

Harris, Rebecca R. 410 

Harris, Robert L, 

Harris, Roy E. Jr. 

Harris, Tammy J. 51 

Harris, Valerie 

Harrison, Amy E. 

Harrison, Blanche K. 

Harrison. Ceria E 



Harrison, Cheryl L. 

Harrison, Delberl T. 

Harrison, Frederick M 

Harrison, Jackie L. 

Harrison, James C 

Harrison, James K. 

Harrison. Karen L 

Harrison, Kay 262 

Harrison, Peggy K 303. 410 

Harrison, Sherman W. 

Harrison, Susan G. 410 

Harrison, Thomas R. Jr. 

Harrison, Virginia L 

Harrison, W Jill 

Harrod, Angelia R 410 

Harfod, Debbie L 434 

Harrod, John R 

Harrod, Karen S 

Harrod, Myron D 295, 434 

Harrod. Ronald C 

Ha*rod, Terry N 

Harrod, William W 

Harshtleld, Cynthia S. 464 

Harshfield, Howard S. 

Harstel, Ken C 

Hart, Arnelta H 

Hart, Billy W 

Hart. Carolyn M 434 

Hart, Claggetl L. 

Hart, Karen L 247, 434 

Hart, Kenneth J 

Hart, Leon R. 180 

Hart, Orlando C. 464 

Hart, Pauline C 

Hart, Peggy J 359 

Hart, Ronald D 

Hart, Sarah E. 

Hart, William B. Ill 

Harting, Ten L 464 

Hartman, Geneva E 464 

Harlman, Jane E 

Hartman, Lorl A. 464 

Hartwig, Steve R 

Harvener, Kenneth C 330 

Harvey, Coach Art 170, 206, 209 

Harvey, Charles B. 270 

Harvey, Darlene A. 410 

Harvey, Debra K 464 

Harvey, Garry E 

Harvey, Judy A 321. 359 

Harvey, Patricia W. 

Harvey, Paul R 

Harvey. Tony 

Harville, Bob 180 

Haselwood, Elizabeth 295 

Hash, Debbie A. 434 

Hash, Michael L, 

Hash, Victoria J 330 

Hashagen, Dale A, 247, 274, 410 

Hasinski, Andre 

Hasklns, Tony C 

Hastie. William W 

Hastings, Cynthia A 410 

Hasty, Jerry M 

Hasty, Stephen M. 

Hatchell, Glenn L. 

Hatcher Diane L. 434 

Hatcher, Ellssa L 

Hatcher, Elizabeth L. 

Hatcher, Michael S. 359 

Hatchett, Gary A. 162, 164 

Halchett, Gregory C. 

Hatchett, Robert M 

Hatfield. Alan K 322. 359 

HaHleld. Ave M 

HaHield. Avery L 

HaHield, Bruce R. 

Hatfield, Carol J 410 

Hatfield, David C 269 

Hatfield, Demse 464 

HaMield, Harlwell R. 

Hatfield, Kenneth F 392 

Hatfield, Larry W 

HaMield. Lois E. 

Hatfield, Lon D 

Hatfield, Margaret A. 464 

Hatlield, Maria G. 

Hatfield, Peggy G 

Hatfield, Ronald D. 

Hattield, Steve L 434 

HaHield, Teresa M. 

Hatfield, Tommie J 

Hathaway, Nancy J. 

Hatoor, Michael C 278, 464 

Hattenick, Rem 312 

Hatter, Debra J. 359 

Hatter. JeHrey D. 359 

HaHer, Robert J. 148 

HaHerlck, Alice R, 

nation, Connie E. 

Ration, Helen M. 359, 410 

Hatton, Nelson C. 

HaHon. Roben T. 

Hatton, Sharon 

Hatton, Teresa D. 

Hatton, William N. 

Haubner, Rita L 268, 410 

Haudenschild, Amy J. 

Hauenslein, Janice L. 

Haugen, Connie L. 

Haugh, Harold B. 

Haughaboo, Marsha K. 

HauQhey, Daniel F. 245. 253. 359 

Haughey, Donna 

Hause, Jane A. 

Hauser, Edward V 

Haverly, David B, 

Hawkins, Deborah J. 

Hawkins. Donald 

Hawkins, George M. 

Hawkins, Linda F. 

Hawkins, Michelle 

Hawksley, Christopher 

Hawtey, Barbara B. 435 

Hawley, Diane M. 253 

Hawley, Rickie H. 

Hawley, Suzanne W. 

Haws, Willis R. 

Hay. Daniel L. 306, 464 
Hay, Paula A 464 
Hay, Susan L. 
Hayden, Catherine A. 
Hayden, Charles D. 
Hayden, Ernestine 435 



Hayden, Esther D. 464 

Hayden, Joseph I, 

Hayden, Laura A. 231, 252. 310 

Hayden, Mellnda L. 254. 359 

Hayden, Paul E, 

Hayden, William L. 

Haydon, Catherine R 303 

Haydon, Cheryl L 435 

Haydon, E William 

Haydon, John B. 

Haydon, Joseph G. 

Haydon, Theresa G, D, 

Haydon, William E. 270, 464 

Hayes, Charles R. 359 

Hayes, Cynthia A 271, 464 

Hayes, Dudley M 

Hayes, Eddie 

Hayes, John P 

Hayes, Mary G 410 

Hayes. Michael E 

Hayes, Mike N. 

Hayes, Patricia J. 285 

Hayes, Richard J 

Hayes, Samuel L 

Hayes, Sandra D 277 464 

Hayes, Susie H. 

Hayes. Tony D. 

Hayes, Warren E. 

Hayes, Willie M 435 

Haynes, Danny H 

Haynes, Frances A 410 

Haynes, John R 

Haynes, Malenda S 

Haynes, Mark S. 

Haynes, Paula G. 

Hays, Connie L. 

Hays. Danny E. 

Hays, Donna J. 435 

Hays, Erin J 

Hays, Eslil C 

Hays. Jim H 

Hays, Patricia A 250 

Hays, Robert D. Jr. 

Hays, Tammy M. 284. 464 

Haysley, Robert W 

Haywood, Philip A. 

Haywood, Shaun M. 435 

Hazard, Denise 

Hazetrigg, Anne H. 

Hazelwood, Deana R. 

Hazle, Gary W. 464 

Hazlelt, James M 275, 395 

Hazzaa, Fahad A. 

Hazzard, Veronica D. 465 

Heaberlin, Randell L. 176. 180, 359 

Head, Barbara C 

Headen, Arnold K. 

Heady, Rhonda B, 435 

Hearn, Candace D. 410 

Hearne, Mary E 

Heath, David M. 

Heath, Rodney F. 

Heaton, Mark A. 

Heavrin, William R 

Heberle, Julie F 

Hebert, William J. 

Heck, Judith A. 

Heck, Nancy L. 465 

Hecker, Susan E, 

Heckman, Candy L, 

Heckman, Donna S, 

Hedels, William W. 

Hedges, Bettye A. 

Hedges, Cheryl A 271. 435 

Hedges, Clifford W 465 

Hedges, Linda D 

Hedgespeth, Charles T. 

Hedglin. Ann E 465 

Hedglin, Lois B. 

Heeb, Mary G. 465 

HeHelbower, Gail M. 

HeHelflnger, Eric R 

Hegarty, David J. Jr. 

Hege, Craig G. 410 

Hehl, Barb L. 295, 465 

Hehl, Richard A. 

Hehl. Robert B. Jr. 

Hehman, Kelly M. 

Helcken, Kathy L. 465 

Heldorn, Judy A. 

Heigl, David J. 276 

Hell, Daniel C. 

Heil, Heidi E. 

Hell, Joseph S. 306 

Helmerdlnger. Eva F 465 

Heine, Jeffrey T. 

Heineman, Mark R. 

Helnemeyer. Paula B 

Helschmidt. Kenneth A, 

Helse, Mary K. 

Helskell, Robert D. Jr, 

Heizes, Mike 330 

Heizman, Barbara A. 318, 465 

Helfrich, Mary A 

Helgeson, Mark M. 170, 209 

Helgren. Laurie L. 

Helgren, Lawire 269 

Hellard, Bonnie S. 

Hellard, Judith L 269, 359 

Hellebusch, Charles M. 392 

Hellmann, Judith K 

Hellmann. M. Barbara 

Hellwig. David L 465 

Helm. James H Jr 

Helm. Jerry D 

Helm, Mary J. 

Helmer, Linda A, 

Helmer, Steven M 

Helms, Mary E. 

Helphlnstlne, Tammie 

Helslnger, Thomas M. 

Helton, Joe E. 

Helton, Lonnie R. 

Helton, Robin L 359 

Helton. Sandra J 

Helton. Timolhy R, 435 

Heltzel, John W. S. 259. 270 

Helvey, Andrew H. 

Helvey, Vickie S. 

Hembree, Kennelh R. 

Hemker. Julia M. 

Hemlepp. Betty J. B. 

Hempfllng. Charlene A. 

Hemphill, Steven M. 



Gru-Hem/lndex 493 



Henaky, Mohammed S. 
Henderson. Beverly A. 359 
Henderson. Carole L. 
Henderson. Carolyn S. 
Henderson. Charlene J. 312 
Henderson, Charles L. 
Henderson. Donald L, 
Henderson. Helen 0. 
Henderson, James D. 
Henderson. James fl, 
Henderson. Jennifer L. 
Henderson, John A. Jr. 
Henderson, Kathy L. 249. 465 
Henderson. Marcus N. 359 
Henderson. Mark S 252. 359 
Henderson. Martha R. 
Henderson. Michael L. 
Henderson, Phyllis S. 
Henderson, Rebecca J. 410 
Henderson, Regina L. 465 
Henderson, Ricky L. 335 
Henderson, Sandra K 
Henderson, William H. 
Hendren, Debra C. 465 
Hendren, Janell R 
Hendren, Janet L. C. 
Hendren, Mary S 465 
Hendricks, Chen W. 
Hendricks. Joe D. 
Hendricks. Laura E. 465 
Hendricks. Laura G. 265 
Hendricks, Oliver D 
Hendricks, Peggy A, 
Hendricks, Penny H. 330, 435 
Hendricks, Robert G. 
Hendricks, Roxanna F. 272, 466 
Hendricks, Steven C 
Hendricks, William G. 270 
Hendrickson. April V. 
Hendrickson, Bobby R, 
Hendrickson, Cathy A. 
Hendrickson, Debbie L. 411 
Hendrickson, Homer A. 
Hendrickson, Rodney D. 
Hendrickson, Viola R. 359 
Hendrix, Marilyn F. 466 
Hendrix, Martha K 
Hendrix, Stephanie G. 466 
Henerman, Kurt 264 
Henley, Douglas T. 
Hennigar, Marian L. 
Henning. Virginia A 264, 466 
Henrickson, Carol A. 
Hendrickson, Kevin L. 
Henry, Charles L 
Henry, Charles W 
Henry, Donna I. 303 
Henry, Edgar R 
Henry, Jerry K. 
Henry, Julia A. 435 
Henry, Karen U. 321 
Henry, Linda T 
Henry, Roger D 
Henry, Ronnie L. 
Henry, Sheila S. 
Hensel, Bryan R. 
Henshaw, Michael D. 
Henshilwood. John S. 
Hensley, Alonzo W. 
Hensley, Boston B 
Hensley, Carolyn B. 
Hensley, Dale 435 
Hensley. Debra L. 249, 411 
Hensley, Dianna L. 
Hensley, Florence J 
Hensley, Flossie S 
Hensley, Gary R, 252 
Hensley, Jerry 411 
Hensley, Joyce A 
Hensley. Karen R. 359 
Hensley, Larry N 
Hensley, Lenden K 
Hensley, Lorene C. 359 
Hensley. Mary A. 411 
Hensley. Pamela J L. 
Hensley, Hegina F 466 
Hensley, Roy M Jr. 
Hensley, Wesley M. Jr. 
Henson, Bobby Jr. 466 
Henson, Eben D. 
Henson, Jennifer S. 46. 234, 250 

273, 284. 235 
Henson. Lonnle 
Henson, Mary E 
Henson. Ronald K. 360 
Henson, Shern D 360 
Herald. Estill 
Herald. Joyce 360 
Herald. Randall A. 
Herb, Valerie L 435 
Herbert, Michael A. 
Herbert, Robert J. 
Herbsi, David A. 
Herbst, John D 
Herbst, Robert W. 
Herchakowskl. Ellzabe 
Herden. Chris P. 
Heringer. Gerald L. 
Heriss, Abdulaziz N. 
Hermann, Diane L. 435 
Hernandez, Altredo J. 
Hernandez. Cynlhia G. 411 
Herold. Belh A 466 
Herr, Janet E. 
Herrell. Eddie T 
Herren. Gary M 
Herren. Larry L. 
Herren, Loretla W 
Herring, Frederick W. 
Herrlngton, Belinda L. 
Herrlnglon, Juanita D. 
Herrlngton, Ruth A. 360 
Herrman. David J. 
Herrmann, Thomas J. 
Herron. Susan L, 270 
Herron. Warren D 
Hersman, Jan E, 
Herthel, Richard A. 
Hertzler, Joseph B. 
Herzog, Mary J. 
Hess. Donald J 
Hess. Dr Edwin 30, 135 
Hess. Gary W 411 
Hess. Karen V. 



Hess, Robert J. 

Hesse, Nancy J. 

Hesse. Sister Betty A. 

Hesseldenz, Catherine 

Hessler, Dorsey J, 

Hester, David 0. 

Hester, David R. 

Hester, Denise A. 

Hester, Diana L. 411 

Hester, Mark C. 411 

Hester, Mary A. 

Hester, Michael L 

Hester, Robert W. Jr. 

Hester, William B. 

Hetiand, Dorihe A. 

Hettinger, Annette M, 303 

Heucke. Mark S. 281, 360 

Heuerman, Kun C. 

Heuser, William F. Jr. 

Hewlett, Timothy L 411 

Hewson, Mark C 360 

Heyer, Kun A. 324, 337 

Hiatl, Barbara S. 

Hiatt, TImolhy A. 

Hibbard, David G. 

Hlbbard, Diana L. 411 

Hibbard, James 

Hlbbard, Laurel A. 

Hibbard, Paula L. 360 

Hlbbard, Sheila A F 

Hibbitts, Anita J 

Hibbltts, Rebecca A. 435 

Hibbs, Charles S 

Hibbs, Sheila K. 360 

Hickerson, Pamela G. 

Hickey, Brenda S. 

Hickey, Gall L. 

Hickey, Julie A, 269 

Hickey, Verna L. 

Hicks, Brenda K, 

Hicks, Connie M. 395 

Hicks, Douglas C. 

Hicks, Margaret A. 

Hicks. Mark W. 360 

Hicks, Nancy A, 

Hicks, Sandra K, 

HIeronymus, Carolyn S. 

Higdon, Mary J 117 

Higdon. Pamela K. 466 

Higgins, Charlotte 

Higgins, Deborah A. 

Higgins. James E. 411 

Higgins. James F. 

Higgins. Judy 

Higgins, Margarel A. 316, 360 

Higgins, Michael H 

Higgins, Robert G 

Higgins, Tom 168 

Htggins, Verna J. 

Highland, Thomas S. 

Highley, Rosa S. 

Hilberl, Jerald L. 

Hlldeboll. Mary A. 466 

Hilderbrandt. Tamie L. 

Hildrelh, Brian K. 360 

Hlle, Amy E 303 

Hilen, Gwynne S 

Hlles, Joan 360 

HllQS. Kimberly J, 271 

Hiles. Margaret A, 286, 296 

Hllgeman, Nancy J. 328, 411 

Hllger, Jennifer L 

Hill. Barbara A. 

Hill, Barry L. 435 

Hill, eilly A. 

Hill, Caria D. 411 

Hill, Cynthia J. 

Hill, Darlene R. 435 

Hill, Deborah K, 284 

Hill, Frances G 411 

Hill, Gregory A. 180 

Hill, James B, 209 

Hili, James R. 312 

Hill, Janet C. 312 

Hill, Jeffrey A. 312 

Hill, Jessica 

Hill, Jill 

Hill, Kenneth W 281, 411 

HIM, Lori K. 

HIM, Merrilee 312 

Hill, Robert M. 315 

Hill, Steven J, 

Hill, Thomas M. 435 

Hill. TonI L. 

Hill. Trina K. 435 

Hill. Vincent M 

Hlllard. JeHrey S 

Hlllobrandt. JeHrey 

Hillman, Cathy L. 

Hlllman, Janet L. 

Hillman. Thomas R. 315 

Hillock, Brenda K 

Hillock, Gary W, 271, 466 

Hiipp, Paul F. 

Hlls, Ann L. 274, 435 

Hlls. Raymond J. 411 

Hlltner, Reed T. 

Hilton, Doris E. 360 

Himmler, Jo A. 411 

Hinchman, Paula J. 466 

Hinde. Katharine A. 272, 375 

Hindman, Nancy S. 

HInebeck. Stephen D. 

HInes, Denise L. 

HInes, Donald C. 

HInes, Elizabeth W. 

HInes, Glenn J. 

HInes, James W. 

HInes, LydIa S. 

HInes. Vickie A. 

HInkle, Darlene 

HInkle, James M. 

HInkle, Rabon D. 

HInkle, Rodney A. 

HInkle. Theta L. 315, 435 

HInkle, Wayne T. 

HInkle, Wllma H. 

HInton, David B. 

HInton, Gary M, 296, 305. 411 

HInton, Mary B. 

HInton, Richard M 

HInton, Roger E. 

HInton, Wilbur J. 

HInton. William H. 



HIntz. Doreen E. 

Hinzman, Cindy A. 252, 257, 360 

Hipps, William K. 322 

HIrsch, Catherine L, 216, 240. 255 

257, 360 
Hisel, Darren L. 360 
Hisle, Gary L. 
Hisle, Jane W. 435 
Hisle, Patricia A. 
Hisle, Russell E. 
Hislope. James H 
Hissom, Jack 162, 164, 165 
Hissom, John S. 164 
Hissom, Terry J. 411 
Hitchcock, Donna L. 272, 411 
Hitchcock, Ronald K 466 
Hlle, Larry T 263 
Hites, Patricia A. 360 
Hites, Patricia A. 360 
Hites, Timothy R. 360 
Hiton, Janet L 
Ho, Mukying 
Hoagland, Joyce A. 
Hoagland, Rose M. 
Hobbs, Brenda M. 
Hobbs, Deborah A 281, 435 
Hobbs, Joseph L 
Hochv^all, Mary J 214, 215 
Hockensmith, Sarah R. 275, 411 
Hodak. Harvey P 
Hodge, Deborah C. 
Hodge, Dome R. 360 
Hodge, Pamela Z 

Hodge, Sandra S 64, 273. 284, 411 
Hodge, Stanley A 
Hodges, Etna W, 
Hodges, Howard G 
Hodges, Joseph M 
Hodges, Simeon P. 
Hodges, Tishana L. 
Hodsdon, James W. 
Hodson, Tammara K. 
Hoegel. Joseph R 300 
Hofacker. Tambra D 
Hofelich, John R. 
HoH, Cynthia 
Hoff, Gregory P 
Hoffman, Anita 271, 435 
Hoffman, Jouelt M. 
Hoffman, Martha 
Hoffman, Richard C Jr. 328 
Hogan, Mavis D 
Hogan, Ronald K 
Hogan, Shirley M S 
Hoge, Patricia A 
Hogue, Dewey A. 
Hogue, Hugh V. 280, 315. 435 
Hogue. J. Alyson 
Hogue. Jane £. 
Hogue. Victoria L. 411 
Hohman, Margaret R, 
Hoke, Steven J 
Holbrook, Ann L. 295. 411 
Holbrook, Brenda J. 
Holbrook, Harold E. Jr 
Holbrook, Herold L. 
Holbrook, Herman Jr. 
Holbrook, Janice R 
Holbrook, JeHery C 305, 435 
Holbrook, Julianne 
Holbrook, Kenneth G 
Holbrook, Lisa D 
Holbrook, Lloyd J. 
Holbrook, Mark R 
Holbrook, Paul 
Holbrook, Roger L 
Holbrook, Terrell L. 271, 411 
Holcomb, Annette L. 435 
Holcomb. Hollis 
Holcomb. Michael J. 
Holderbaum, Dwain L, 411 
Holeman, Michael P. 332 
Holfinger. Stephen K. 
Holihan. Nancy M. 
Holihan. Ronald J. 253 
Holland. Beth M. 312, 360 
Holland, David J. 
Holland, Douglas E. 
Holland, Paul E 
Hollard, Margarel S 
Holleman, Michael R 
Hollenbeck, Susan E 248. 466 
Hollenkamp. Julie A. 
Holleran. Joe E Jr 
Hotllday. Mary L. 
Holliday, Ron T. 466 
Hollifield, Michael L. 328 
Hollifleld, Michael L. 328 
Holllhan, Patricia A. 
Hollln, Sheila D. 
Holllnde, William J, 57 
Holllngsworlh, Jackie 
Holllngsworth, Sandra 
Holllsler, Tamara B. 435 
Hollon, Elijah D. 
Hollon, Kathy A. 
Hollon. Lois A. 411 
Hollonbeck. Carol L, 310. 435 
Holloway. Lalaunya R. 466 
Holly. Warren D. 330 
Holman, Centrel E. 
Holman, Deborah Y. 
Holmes, Douglas L. 300 
Holmes, Eugenia 466 
Holmes, Jay G. 
Holmes, John 8. 
Holmes, Laurence L. 
Holmes, Mariana J. 
Holmes, Mariene K. 
Holmes, Patricia G. 
Holmes, Valerie J. 
Holt, Agnes R. 435 
Holt, Carl E. 
Holt, Ernie J. 
Holt, Hurston R. 
Holt, James W. 
Holt, Linda D 395 
Holt, Michael T. 360 
Holt. Phyllis A, 435 
Holt. Rebecca T 
Holt, Rickey E. 
Holt, Susan J. 466 
Holt, Valeria L 241. 246. 252 

315. 360 



Holt. Vickie L 

Holtzapple. Cindy B. 466 

Hollzapple, Larry A. 256. 330 

Holtzapple. SherrJ J. 411 

Homan. John E. 280, 269. 435 

Honchel, Rawleigh F. 360 

Honer, Deborah A. 

Honeycutl, John C, 

Hood, David G. 

Hood, Gregory L 360 

Hood, Patricia F 

Hood, Raymond A 

Hooks, Jerry L. 

Hooton, Kimberly K 435 

Hoover, George C 

Hoover, Melody S 310 

Hoover, Robert R. Jr. 435 

Hope, Charles D. 180 

Hopkins, Arnold 

Hopkins, Bonne J. 

Hopkins, Danny L. 

Hopkins, Dorothy L. 

Hopkins, Jerry L. 

Hopkins, Karen G. 411 

Hopkins, Kathy L 

Hopkins, Rebecca S. K, 

Hopkins, Robin 

Hopkins, Tom M 466 

Hoppe, Julie A. 273, 435 

Hopper, Charles C 

Hopper, Gary L. 

Hopper. Glinda K 

Hopper, Nina J 

Hopper, Vera F 

Hoppes, Ann M 

Hord. Peggy E 271. 274, 435 

Hord, Randy S. 411 

Horecny, Frank S 435 

Horen, Amy J. 

Horensky, Dale L 

Horina, Susan M 

Horn, Clyde 

Horn, Darrell A. 

Horn, Donna L. 411 

Horn, Elizabeth R 254 

Horn, James H. 

Horn. Judy L 

Horn, Karen 

Horn, Kristine D. 

Horn, Mary L 466 

Horn. Phyllis B 

Horn. Richard H 

Horn. Richard L 

Horn, Robert 326 

Horn. Shirley J 

Horn. Thomas A 271. 411 

Horn. Ules E. 

Hornack. Carleen J 295. 337 

Hornback. Robert P. 

Hornbeck, Rebecca L. 

Hornbuckle, James R. 

Home, Bart N. 

Home, Gary W. 

Home. Paul M, 

Home, Susan E. 316. 435 

Hornsby. Leonard 277 

Hornsby, Michael F, 

Horrigan, Deborah L 292, 312. 326 

Horseman, Jane G H 

Horton, Douglas M. 

Horton, Harold F 

Horton. Michael L. 

Horton. Wanda M. 

Horvath. Michael J 466 

Hosking, Gail S 

Hoskins, Charles R 

Hoskins, Danny L. 

Hoskins, David W. 360 

Hoskins, Don 

Hoskins, Gail 

Hoskins, Jan Leslie 273, 296, 411 

Hoskins, Tammy A. 

Hoskinson. Debra A. 435 

Hosseinlan, Ali 

Hosseinlan, Seyed H. 

Hotchkiss, Brian F. 296, 411 

Houbner, Rita 277 

Hounshell, Deborah C. 

Hounshell. Ruth A. 

Hounshell, Wordie Jr. 

House, Catherine L. 

House, Charles S 

House, Darrell E. 

House, Ernest M. 45, 176, 177 

178, 180. 182, 184, 245, 316 
House, Ernestine P 
House, Graham T 
House, Linda L. 435 
House, Millard R. 
House, Raymond D 253, 258. 283 

411 
House, Teresa D 
House, Terry L. 
House, William R 
Householder, William 
Houser, David A. 
Houshmand, Mohammad 
Houston, Sandra S 
Houston, Sherry L. 
Houston, Terresa G. 
Hovis, Suzanne 271 
Howard. Alice M 436 
Howard. Anthony 
Howard, Charles C Jr 
Howard, Christopher G. 
Howard. Clarissa R. C. 
Howard, Danny O 
Howard. Donald W. 
Howard. Donna J. 360 
Howard, Edward G. 
Howard, Elizabeth A. 
Howard, Gary E. 
Howard, Gerald 0. 
Howard, Gregory G 
Howard, Harold L 
Howard, Ida E. 
Howard, Jacqueline S. 360 
Howard, James C 436, 466 
Howard, James L 
Howard, Jetfery L 
Howard, Jennifer S. 
Howard, Jo D. 466 
Howard, John W II 
Howard, Joseph L. 



Howard, Kenneth R, 

Howard, Kevin L. 

Howard, Kimberly S. 436 

Howard, Lantis K. 

Howard, Larry W 

Howard, Lexine 328, 436 

Howard, Linda S. 

Howard. Lisa B. K. 

Howard. Lola J. 

Howard. Lucinda C 

Howard, Marcia K 270, 360 

Howard, Mary 8 

Howa4d, Michael E 436 

Howard, Michael L 

Howard, Myra S 

Howard, Nadine E 

Howard, Patricia A, 

Howard, Patricia A. W. 

Howard, Patrick 

Howard, Robert N, 

Howard, Rodney M. 

Howard, Roger D 

Howard, Ronald J. 

Howard, Ronna R. 

Howard, Sandra J 411 

Howard, Sandra L. 

Howard, Sarah J. 

Howard, Shirley T 

Howard, Susan B 436 

Howard, Thomas M 362, 436 

Howard, Walter R. 

Howell, Debbie L, 436 

Howell, Delmer 170 

Howell, James M. 

Howell, Maurice M 

Howell, Michael T 170, 171, 322 

Howard, John W. II 

Howard. Joseph L 

Howard, Kenneth R. 

Howard, Kevin L 

Howard, Kimberly S 436 

Howard, Lantis K. 

Howard. Larry W. 

Howard. Lexme 328, 436 

Howard, Linda S 

Howard. Lisa B. K 

Howard. Lola J 

Howard, Lucinda C 

Howard, Marcia K 270, 360 

Howard, Mary B. 

Howard, Michael E 436 

Howard. Michael L 

Howard, Myra S 

Howard, Nadme E 

Howard, Patricia A 

Howard, Patricia A W 

Howard, Patrick 

Howard, Robert N. 

Howard. Rodney M 

Howard. Roger D 

Howard. Ronald J. 

Howard. Ronna R 

Howard. Sandra J. 411 

Howard. Sandra L 

Howard, Sarah J, 

Howard, Shirley T. 

Howard, Susan B 436 

Howard, Thomas M 362, 436 

Howard, Walter R 

Howell, Debbie L 436 

Howell, Delmer 170 

Howell, James M 

Howetl, Maunce M 

Howell, Michael T 170, 171. 322 

Howell, Thomas B 

Howett, H, Bradley 

Howlett, Tim 276 

Hoy, Robert W. 

Hoyt, Timothy F 

Hubbard, Catherine L. 436 

Hubbard, Cecil E. 

Hubbard, Devon A, 

Hubbard, Gary L. 

Hubbard, James R. 

Hubbard, Jane B 

Hubbard, John M 362 

Hubbard, Lanny R 

Hubbard, Leann L 411 

Hubbard, Michael L. 

Hubbard, Robert M. 

Hubbard, Ronnie L 

Hubbard, Sandra J. 

Huber, Margie W 

Huber. Robert G. 270. 466 

Hubley. Jeffery A 

Hubner. Nancy J. 362 

Hubsch. Denise L 362 

Hubsch, John K Jr. 328, 436 

Huckabee. Roland G. 

Hucklns, Trudy E. 

Huckleberry, Rosemary 

Huddleslon. Ralph E. 

Hudepohl. Jeff H. 

Hudson. Adna M 436 

Hudson. Annela F. 

Hudson, John E. 

Hudson, Larry L 436 

Hudson, Mamie P 

Hudson, Michael T 

Hudson, Mickie B 

Huelett, Myra 216 

Huelskamp, Katharine 247, 284. 436 

Huff, Anna M. 

Huff, Donna J. 

Huff, Johnny R. 

Huff, Leila J, 

Huff, Linda S. 303 

Huff, Millard R. 

Huff, Tanya M. 

Huffman, Brenda P. 

Huffman, Danny L. 

Huffman, Florence S. 

Huttman, J. W. 

Huffman. Marybeth C. 

Huffman. Patricia O. 

Huffman. Ramona E 

Huffman, Vickie L 

Hufstedler, Shirley L. 

Hugenberg, Elizabeth 

Hugenberg, Nancy H 288 

Hughes, Adnanne 205 

Hughes, Anthony S 

Hughes, Brenda L 

Hughes. Cheryl A 466 



494 Index/Hen-Hug 



Huglies, Denlse J C. 

Hughes. Donald 8 311 

Hughes, Donald M 

Hughes. Donna J 310, 332, 436 

Hughes, Duane E 

Hughes, Karen R 

Hughes, Karen B 

Hughes, Larry 

Hughes. Marva A. 411 

Hughes. Mary P S 

Hughes, Max E 

Hughes, Patftcia J. 

Hughes, Paul 436 

Hughes. Pearl j 

Hughes. Rickey A 

Hughes. Roxanne 

Hughes, Thomas M 

Hughes. Tonda 

Hughes, William A 178, 180, 316 

Hughett, Cynlhia A 

Hughlen, Daniel J 411 

Hughlett, Yolanda J 436 

Huguely, Gary L. 

Huhn, James P 436 

Hui. Chi S 

Hui, Cinderella 436 

Hulell, Myra J 

Hulene, Charles V 

Huletle. John B 

Hulene. Vick< J 466 

Huletle. Walter D 

Hull, Gregory R 362 

Hull, Michael J 

Hull. William E 

Hulse. Laura A 

Hulsey, Micheal E 

Hulvey, Gregory T 

Humbert, Joseph M. 

Humble, Stephen C 

Humble, William R 

Hume. Allen T 

Hume. David S. 269 

Hume, Janet F 296. 411 

Hume, Mark A. 

Humes, Steven D 

HumHeel. John Jr 

Humphress, Sheila A. 466 

Humphrey, James G. 

Humphrey, Rebecca A. 276, 283. 328 
436 

Humphrey. Terry L 180. 436 

Hund, Mary E 362 

Hundley, Franklin 0. 

Hundley. Marcia E 263, 412 

Hungarland, Nancy A. 234. 243. 250 
252, 289. 362 

Hungler, Lisa A 

Hunley. Anna F 

Huniey. Debbie A. 

Hunley, Eugene 

Hunley, Nancy K 362 

Hunsaker, Willis L 

Hunt, Barbara D 

Hunt. Betty J 

Hunt, Byron L. 

Hunt. Clyde E 466 

Hunt, Dana 

Hunt, Janet L. 

Hunt. Joyce A 

Hunt. Larry K. 

Hunt, Mary A. 

Hunt. Mary T. 

Huni, Peggy K. 

Hunl. Terr! L. 466 

Hunl. Virginia L. 

Hunter, Charles W 

Hunter. Connie M 466 

Hunter, Deneen Y 436 

Hunter. Edward T 

Hunter. Elaine M 

Hunter. Jane E 

Hunter. Jean B 412 

Hunter, Judy G 412 

Hunter, Judy G 412 

Hunter, Mark B 275, 362 

Hunter, Rebecca A 

Hunter, Richard T. 

Hunter, Robert P. 436 

Hunter, Tammy L. 466 

Hunter, Thurman H. Jr. 

Hunter, William Jr, 436 

Hupp, Harry W 

Hurak, John A. 

Hufle, Patricia L 

Hurley. James M 

Hurst. Alberta J 362 

Hurst, Brian K 

Hurst. Donna S 

Hurst, Patricia E 283, 295, 326 

362 
Hurst. Raymond W 
Hurston, Connie J 466 
Hurt, Bennie D 
Hurt. Janrose R 
Hurt. Joan 
Hurt, Michael W 
Huston. Deborah M. 
Huston, Gary D 363 
Huslon, Paul M 
Huston. Teresa F 363 
Hutchens. Douglas M 
Hutchens. Margie R. 
Hutcherson, Wilms M 363 
Hulcheson, Terry L 
Hutchins, Catherine A. 295. 412 
Hutchinson, Jack 104 
Hutchinson. Mary A 436 
Hutchison, Becky L 
Hutchison, Dwight R 466 
Hutchison, Kenneth R. 363 
Hutchison, Robert E 
Hutton, Kim K 436 
Huysman. Emily A. 
Hyatt. Lonnle R 
Hyatt. Teresa D 
Hyde. Charles 111 
Hyde. Ora C 267. 412 
Hyden. Mary J 
Myden, William F. 
Hykle. Joseph Jr 209 
Hyland, Mark G 436 
Hylton. Cecil C. 
Hylton. Ellhu G. 
Hyman. Virginia M. 



Hymer, Steven W. 167 
Hynes, John D. 
Hyrne, Valerya L 466 
Hysinger, Douglas O. 






Ingram 
Ingram 
Ingram 
Ingram 



Ibarra. Juan E. 

Igaaclo. April L 263 

Igleheart, Eloise L 252, 295. 363 

lliohan. Sharon R 436 

Imfeld. Kimberly A 436 

Ingels, Mary K 

Ingle, Kevin B 

Ingram, Grace H 

, James G. 

, Janet K. 466 

, Kyle L. 

. Perry L 
Inman, Alice M. 
Innes, Whitney R Jr 
Innls, Andrea E 247. 436 
INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL 337 
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 281 
, Brenda L 
, Fernando L 
, Gloria J 269, 298. 363 
Irvine. Dons 6 
Irving, William G 
Irwin. Joseph M 
Isaac. Christopher D 160 
Isaac. Cynlhia G 321, 363 
Isaac, Deborah J 312, 363 
Isaac, Earl W 363 
Isaacs, Arnold C 
Isaacs, Irene H 
Isaacs. Jennifer L 
Isaacs, Jen L. 412 
Isaacs, Joy L 
Isaacs, Lisa M 
Isaacs, Mary G 363 
Isaacs, Patricia 
Isaacs. Randall D 
Isaacs, Roger G 
Isaacs. Ronald 
Isaacs. Roy R. 
Isaacs, S Curry 
Isaacs. Sandy K 250, 310 
Isaacs. Vida C 
Isbell, Jen L 321 
Ismail. Bahiya M. 
Ismail, Yousif I. 
Ison, Delmer 
Ison, Elmer Jr. 
Ison, Gregory W 
Ison. Jack 180 
ison, Kalhy S 284. 412 
Ison, Kimberly D 
Ison, Lee A 
Ison, Norma K 412 
Israel, Allan D. 
Ivey, Marcia G 
Ivey, Norman S 
Ivie. Larry R. 



—J— 



Jack. Kalhy A. 

Jackie. Mark E 
Jackson. Allen W 
Jackson. Bonnie R 
Jackson. Brenda K 392 
Jackson. Bruce W 
Jackson. Cassandra E 298, 363 
Jackson. Cheryl A 
Jackson. Cora E 
Jackson. Cynthia A. 436 
Jackson, Daniel C 363 
Jackson. Danny L 
Jackson. Debbie S 466 
Jackson, Deborah S. 
Jackson, Diana L 466 
Jackson, Donald R. 363 
Jackson, Douglas Jr. 
Jackson, Eric L. 
Jackson, George D 
Jackson, James D 466 
Jackson, Jami A. 
Jackson, Jillanna 412 
Jackson, Dr Joan 131 
Jackson, Joe L. 
Jackson, John T. Jr. 
Jackson, Karen L 
Jackson, Karen S 321, 337 
Jackson, Laura J 
Jackson, Leola M 395 
Jackson, Lisa K 466 
Jackson, Lynn E 256, 257. 283 

295, 337 
Jackson, Marion L. 
Jackson, Mary L, 
Jackson, Melisa L. 
Jackson, Mendy 214, 467 
Jackson, Patricia A, 
Jackson, Ralph j. 
Jackson, Robert E. Jr. 
Jackson, Sallie 
Jackson, Sally J 
Jackson, Sue A. 
Jackson, Sylvia C 
Jackson. Thomas N 
Jackson. Thomas R 
Jackson, Timothy A. 271 
Jackson. Victor L 
Jackson. Victoria M. 
Jackson. William H Jr 412 
Jackson. Yolanda M. 
Jacober, Juliana M 
Jacober. Mary B 436 
Jacobs, Audeen P 
Jacobs, Bobbie L 
Jacobs, Carol E 
Jacobs, Elizabeth L 315, 467 
Jacobs. Fritz F 
Jacobs. Jenny L 
Jacobs, John B 
Jacobs. John S 
Jacobs. Katherine S 
Jacobs. Lee A. 467 



Jacobs. Lisa C 4i2 

Jacobson, Scott A 

Jacoby. William L 

Jaglowicz. James T 

James, Craig G 

James, Donna L 

James, Jay B 206. 207 

James. John R. 

James. Martha K 

James. Michael A 

James. Stephen A. 

James. William N 

Jameson, Gary S 412 

Jameson, Mary J 

Jameson, Thomas E 

Jamison, Deborah A 412 

Jansen. Agnes M 296, 467 

Janson. Peggy 312 

Janzef, Joyce L 295 

Jarboe. Larry W 

Jarman. James K 436 

Jarrard, Connie J 295 

Jarvis. David T 467 

Jasper, Richard L 

Jayne. Thomas E. 

Jeanes, Janet A 271 

JeHcoat, Edna F 

Jefferson. Mary E 

Jefferson. Terry W 

Jeffrey. Dorothy A 

Jeffries, Barbara A R 

Jeffries. Barbara J 467 

Jeffries. Elizabeth A 

Jeffries, Nathan 

Jeffries, Neleta M. 

Jen, Amy Tung Hua 392 

Jenkins, Charles T. 

Jenkins, David R 189 

Jenkins, James L 

Jenkins, Mary A 295, 412 

Jenkins, Mildred R. 

Jenkins, Nita D 

Jenkins, Patricia K 436 

Jenkins. Paula J 

Jenkins, Paula K. 

Jenkins, Princess M 412 

Jenkins, Tom E 

Jenne, Mary A 412 

Jennings, Glenn R. 

Jenny, Richard J 315 

Jensen, Katherine H. 436 

Jervis. Larry D 

Jeskie. John W 363 

Jeskie. Sally N. 

Jessie, Bill K. 

Jessup. Jeffrey C 306.412 

Jeter, Jenny L. 

Jen, Barry L 

Jetl, David 

Jen, Jamie L H 249 

Jett. Jeffrey M 

Jett, Pamella A 

Jetter, Heva J M 

Jewell. Regena M 

Jewetl. Jayda K 296. 322. 412 

Jitjumnong, Warunya 

Jinks. Virginia N 263 

Johannemann, David J. 395 

Johanson. Gary J 

John. Joseph F. 

Johns, Clarence D 363 

Johns, Dean B 270 

Johns. Donna B 

Johns, Judy K. 

Johns, Karen E 268, 284. 363 

Johns, Margie S. 

Johns, Tanya L 277 

Johnson, Acy 

Johnson, Agatha L 

Johnson, Alisa 

Johnson, Allen K 

Johnson, Audrea E 

Johnson, Barry C D 363 

Johnson, Boyd C 

Johnson, Brenda F W 

Johnson, Bruce 

Johnson. Bruce R. 

Jofinson, C. David 

Johnson, Charles E. 

Johnson. Charlotte M 

Johnson, Clayton M 

Johnson, Colleen 

Johnson, Curtis E. 

Johnson, Cynthia 353 

Johnson, David D 330 

Johnson, David T 

Johnson, Deborah L, 467 

Johnson, Deborah L 467 

Johnson, Deborah L 467 

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Johnson, Debra H 

Johnson, Debra L 

Johnson, Diana G 

Johnson, Douglas W 

Johnson, Earl A 436 

Johnson, Edward L 324 

Johnson, Enid, L 

Johnson, Eric L 

Johnson, Franklin D 

Johnson, Geraldine C 

Johnson, Greg L 

Johnson, Gregory K 

Johnson, Herman G. 

Johnson, J C 

Johnson, Jacob Jr 

Johnson, James. D 

Johnson, James E Jr 363 

Johnson, James H 

Johnson, James H 

Johnson, James M 

Johnson, James V 

Johnson, Jane C 

Johnson, Jeffrey E 305 

Johnson, Jem S 

Johnson, Jesse F 

Johnson, John C C 279, 333. 412 

Johnson, John D 

Johnson, Joni G 283, 467 

Johnson, JOseph M 

Johnson, Joseph H 

Johnson, Judy G C. 

Johnson. Kathy L. 

Johnson. Kay B 

Johnson, KerrI C. 



Johnson, Larry D 

Johnson, Laura S 

Johnson. Lillian M. 

Johnson. Linda C 

Johnson. Linda H 

Johnson, Lisa 

Johnson. Margarel S 

Johnson. Mark D 306, 363 

Johnson, Mary Ellen 

Johnson. Mary G 

Johnson. Malalme K 436 

Johnson, Mike K 306 

Johnson. Mitchell D 

Johnson. Nancy 277. 467 

Johnson. Nancy 363 

Johnson. Nancy K 

Johnson, Nancy L 303 

Johnson, Nola M 

Johnson, Norma B 

Johnson, Pamela 467 

Johnson, Pamela K. 

Johnson, Pamela L 

Johnson, Pamela L. F. 

Johnson. Pamela R. 

Johnson. Pdtncia A 

Johnson. Patricia H 

Johnson, Paul C 

Johnson. Pauletle R. 273. 282, 283 

412 
Johnson, Phillip L 
Johnson, Phillip R. 363 
Johnson, Pnscilla A. 
Johnson. Richard M. 
Johnson, Robert K 
Johnson, Robert O 
Johnson, Robm R 436 
Johnson, Rodney S 
Johnson, Roy E 
Johnson, Sadie M 
Johnson, Sally C 254, 269. 363 
Johnson, Sara L 
Johnson, Sharon B 
Johnson, Sharon C J. 
Johnson, Sharon J 
Johnson, Sharon L 
Johnson, Sharon L 
Johnson, Sherne L. 467 
Johnson, Sluart A. 
Johnson, Susan J 296 
Johnson, Tanya M 
Johnson, Teresa 
Johnson, Teresa A. 
Johnson, Terry M. 
Johnson, Tonnette J. 
Johnson, Valary L 
Johnson. Virginia K. 
Johnson, W Lynn 
Johnson, William E. 
Johnson, William 
Johnson, Worley Jr. 
Johnston, Glenn E 
Johnston. Helen R 
Johnston, Kathy S 216 
Johnston, Michael G 392 
Johnston, Phillip R 
Johnstone. Mary A 
Joiner, Lovell R 165. 186, 189 

192, 194 
Jole. Diane M 
Jolly, Kern L 246 
Jolly, Linda L 
Jonakin, Frances M. 
Jone, Isang Y 254 
Jones, Aaron T 
Jones, Allan D 
Jones, Anita L 50, 336. 412 
Jones. Ann B 
Jones, Anthony S 
Jones. Barbara W 
Jones, Berry 336 
Jones, Beth M. 
Jones, Betsy L 326, 363 
Jones. Betty J 
Jones. Beverly A j. 
Jones, Bruce T 188. 189, 180 
Jones. Carroll B 
Jones. Charlene 412 
Jones, Cmdie J 
Jones. Darrell R 
Jones. Debbie K 
Jones, Dena A N 
Jones, Dianne S S 318. 337 
Jones, Donald R 
Jones, Dons W 
Jones. Dyche 
Jones. Earl T. 
Jones. Easier 
Jones, Edwin L Jr 
Jones. Eleanor H 
Jones. Elizabeth D 
Jones. Ethel 
Jones, Franklin D 
Jones, Gary K 
Jones, Gary W 
Jones, George K 
Jones, Geraldme M 
Jones, Glenda P 
Jones. Gregory D 
Jones. Guy S- 
Jones, Gwendolyn A, 
Jones, Harry L. 
Jones, Janey L 353 
Jones, Joe S 
Jones, John R 
Jones, John S Jr 
Jones, Johnnie G 
Jones, Joseph M 
Jones, Karen L 332 
Jones. Katherine C 
Jones. Kathy A 266, 395 
Jones. Kathy L 363 
Jones. Kerry W 277 436 
Jones, Kevan P 
Jones, Kimberh R 310. 395 
Jones, Kimberly J 
Jones, Kimberly S 436 
Jones. Laura K 436 
Jones, Lois 
Jones. Lois G 412 
Jones, Lorelta L 412 
Jones. Lynn Y. 255, 363 
Jones, Magnolia 
Jones, Malvin 
Jones, Martha J 268. 318, 363 



Jones, Mary A 

Jones, Mary M 363 

Jones, Mona R 

Jones, Monica P 

Jones, Pamela 

Jones, Pattrick G 

Jones, Pauline C 

Jones. Peggy A 

Jones, Phihp T 271, 437 

Jones. Phyllis A 

Jones, Rebecca E 

Jones, Richard R 

Jones, Robert A 

Jones, Robert A, 

Jones. Robert H. Jr, 

Jones, Robyn L 364 

Jones, Russell L, 437 

Jones, Sammy G, 364 

Jones, Sharron K. 412 

Jones. Sheila G. 

Jones, Sheila K 

Jones. Stephanie 252, 312 

Jones, Stephen D Jr 

Jones, Suzanne A M 

Jones. Tyrone 189 

Jones, Vertrees B. 

Jones, Waller R 364 

Jones, Wayne R 

Jones. William D 

Jones, William F 

Jordan, Betty L 

Jordan, Douglas R 467 

Jordan, Linna A 364 

Jordan, Michael A 354 

Jordan, Mildred P C 

Jordan, Stanley H 

Joseph, Caro'yn 

Joseph, Cindy A 

Joseph, Hazel R 

Jouetl, Pamela L 

Journigan. Waller F. 

Joyce, Bonnie K 

Joyce, Harold R 

Joyce, Kalhleen M 295 

Joyner, David 8 

Judd. Jayne E 

Jude, Kathryn 

Jude, Theodore R. 

Judson, Joseph A. Jr. 

Judy, Jane A 

Judy, Margaret L 

Judy, Naomi M 

Juergens, Lon K 290. 312. 437 

Juen, Linda 1. 364 

Juen, Patricia C 

Jump, Charlsey E 272, 467 

Jungclas, Jay N 437 

Jurgensen, Phillip C 467 

Jurries, Vicki L 

Jury, Henry S. 

Jury, John D 

Justice. Diana L 412 

Justice, Donna J F 

Justice, Dons H 

Justice, Harry D 

Justice. James A 436 

Justice. K Steven 

Justice. Paul G. 436 

Justice. Raymond 435 

Justice. Steven L. 

Justiniano, Lourdes S. 

Jutton, Janalyn C. 436 



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Kadir. Katijah A 

Kaelin, Adolph G 

Kaelin, Keegan 

Kaelin, Teresa K 

Kahne, Rebekah j 277, 467 

Kain, Vickie L 395 

Kaiser, Allison R 

Kaiser, Beth A 467 

Kaiser, Gerald C 

Kaiser, William M 

Kaldenberg. David E. 270 

Kaldenberg, Gwen M 273, 318 

Kalos, Delia D 

Kambarami. Bobby K 

Kamego, Loreen R V 

Kamego, Michael P 

Kamoshida, Michio 261, 412 

Kamphaus, Carl E. 

Kamphaus, William C 

Kamul, Kathy J 

Kanapick, John 

Kane, Christina M 321, 364 

Kannapel, Timothy J 269 

Kannapell, Anne L 437 

Kaplan, Lorraine L 

Kaplan. Michelle J 

Kapp, Robert L 111 

KAPPA ALPHA 308. 309 

KAPPA ALPHA THETA 310, 311 

KAPPA DELTA 312, 313 

KAPPA DELTA PI 251 

KAPPA DELTA TAU 284 

Kappeter. Victor E 

Kappes, Lawrence F 

Karle. Lynn A 318 

Karlosky, Genla M. 467 

Karns, Amy M 

Karns, James M L 

Karr, Fred H 392 

Karr, Jerry W 354 

Karsner. Elizabeth F 284, 437 

Karsner, Lee A 412 

Karsner. Myra D 

Kash, Kimberly 

Kash. Phyllis R 

Kash. Rosemary 

Kashefbazzazi. Kezem 

Kaskie, Lawrence G 

Kasuga. Michael S 

Katzman, Randy 

Kaufman, James A. Jr 275 

Kaufman, Judy R 206, 207, 437 

Kaufman, Philip R 

Kaufman. Regina L 249, 437 

Kautmann, Stacia Y 

Kawaja. Sharndan G 

Kays, Laura K 



Hug-Kay/lndex 495 



Kays. Michael L. 
Kays. Patrick H. 
Kays, Tony L. 
Kazee, Barbara M. 
Kazlauskas. John M, 
Kearns, Deborah S 248. 412 
Kealing, Joyce S. 
Kebede. Kirubel 
Kee, Beverly J. 467 
Keefe. Lisbeth M 296. 467 
Keehne, James R. 
Keehner. Terry J 
Keeley, Tern M 364 
Keelin, Jennie C. 
Keehr. William H 412 
Keeling, Michael J 
Keeling, Stephen L. 316 
Keen, James E. 170, 209. 258 

268 
Keen, Jean P. 
Keene. Lois A 318, 437 
Keene. Mark R. 364 
Keene, William L. Jr. 
Kees, Goebel M 
Keelon, Curtis M. 
Kegley, Deborah E. 296 
Kehling, Julia M. 
Keifer, Monica L. 216, 437 
Keil, Kathleen M 437 
Keil. Linda L. 467 
Keith, Brian A. 
Keith Leonard J 
Keith, Robert L 296, 330, 337 
Keith, Sandra L. 
Keller, Willtam M 
Kelley, Dawn M. 
Kelley, Glenda L. 
Kelley, Gregory S, 
Kelley, Howard W 
Kelley, James D 306, 437 
Kelley, Jo A. 
Kelley, Michael J 
Kellington, Lon A. 303 
Kelly, Chris P 278 
Kelly, Cindy A, 437 
Kelly, Coleen M 
Kelly, David R. 
Kelly, Henry 

Kelly, Mary A 257, 268, 364 
KeDy, Maureen T. 
Kelly, Meghan A. 467 
Keliy, Melissa R 318, 436 
Kelly, Peggy C 
Kelly, Rodney D 
Kelly, Roosevelt 64 
Kelroy, Joseph F 
Keisch, Mane A G. 
Kelsch, Paula A 
Keltner, Jennifer J. 467 
Kelty, Louann 295, 412 
Kemble, R. Kirby 270 
Kemp, Jacqueiyn D, 
Kemp, Stephen W 254, 412 
Kemper, Kimberly A. 
Kemper, Mary D. 
Kempf, Karen D 276, 412 
Kendall, Olivia O 
Kendle, David R 324 
Kendnck, Gary 
Kendrich. Kenneth R. 
Kennar, Felix 281 
Kennedy. Albert S, 
Kennedy, David C 
Kennedy, Davtd L 
Kennedy. Davtd M 259, 280, 412 
Kennedy. Frances F. 
Kennedy. James W. 
Kennedy, Jellery P. 
Kennedy, John M. 
Kennedy, Patricia C. 412 
Kenner, Mark S 266, 437 
Kenner. Ronald L. 
Kennett, John W 326 
Kennett, Marc A, 
Kenney, Henry C 
KENTUCKY EDUCATION OF STUDENT 

SOCIAL WORKERS 269 
Keough, Richard M. 
Kerchner, Ellen S. 
Kern. Cindy L 467 
Kern, Linda A 271 
Kerns. Douglas A 170 
Kerpalrlck, Jett 332 
Kerr, Bruce E. 364 
Kerr, Diane M 467 
Kerrick, Alela J 
Kerrick, Phillip A 
Kersey, Victor L. 
Kerwm, Denise A 
Kesselring, Donna S, 468 
Kessinger, John M. 328, 437 
Kessinger, Mark E. 
Kessinger, Michael W, 
Kessler. Craig A 
Kessler. Jarvis T 
Kessfer. Kay R. 303 
Kessler, Nancy J 303 
Ketani, Raphael V 
Keutzer, Kevin P. 
Kever, Gregory S. 
Key, Hope I 280, 437 
Key, Peter G. 412 
Key, William A. 
Kezele, Deborah S. 
Kidd, Brenda 
KIdd, David W. 437 
Kidd, Deborah C 364 
Kidd. Greta E 364 
Kidd, Karen K. 468 
Kidd, Kathy L. 
Kidd. Marc S. 326 
Kidd, Palrlcia K 326, 437 
Kidd, Robert W 
Kidd, Roy 176, 180, 385 
Kidd, TImolhy R 
Kidd. Tracey L, 264, 437 
KIdwell, Billy D. 
Klebel, Michael F. 437 
Kiefer, Brel J. 
KIlby, Ralph L 412 
Kilch, Jeanine M 272, 296, 437 
Kilgore, Bobby C. 
Kilgore. Darryl W. 
Kilgore, Donna L. 



Kilgore, James W. 
Killen, Mary J 284, 412 
Killingsworth, Margar 
Killman. Billye 55, 57. 253 

292 
Kimball, Donald 
Kimball. Kelly P. 412 
Kimberlain, Karen L. 412 
Kimmel, David A. 
KIrcaid, Barry W. 
Kincaid, Gary W. 
Kincaid, Harold F 
Kincaid. Jack P 468 
Kincaid, Shellye R 437 
Kincaid, Virgil G. 413 
Kincaid. William H, 
Kincer. Roger D 
Kincheloe, Michael A. 
Kindell. Beverly A 412 
Kinder, Catherine L. 413 
Kinder, George M 
Kinder, Kann L 39. 318 
Kinder, Kim M 318 
Kinder, Ralph G 164 
Kindoll, William A. 
Kindred, Michael L. 
Kiner, Howard J. 
King, Ada D 
King, Amye C 
King, Barbara S. 
King, Bilhe J 
King, Carol S. 
King, Cecilia P. 
King, Charles N, 
King, Cheryl H 
King, Connie I. 
King, David L. 
King, Deborah L 437 
King, Donna P. 
King. Ella R. 
King. Eiyzabeth D 
King. Gary L 
King, Gary W, 
King, Helen P. 
King, James C. 
King, James T. 
King, JeHerson J 
King, Jenny C. 
King, Joan C. W. 
King, Joseph M 
King. Julie L. 315. 468 
King, Lawrence J 413 
King, Lynn B. 
King, Margaret L. 
King, Mary S. 
King, Milton S 
King, Robert M. 438 
King, Ronald L. 
King. Samuel E. 
King, Sara A 364 
King, Sharon L. 364 
King, Shauna M 413 
King, Shawn E. 
King, Dr. Stan 138 
King, Stephen T 
King, Steve P. 
King, Ten M. 438 
King. Terri H. 
King. Theresa M. 
King, King, Thomas A. 438 
King, Timothy A, 438 
King, Vickie M 
King, William D. 
Kinghorn. Kathleen M 438 
KIngon, Lori L. 
KInkade. Cheryl S. 
Kinker, Jan L. 318 
KInlaw, Susan J 
Kinley, Joyce D. 
Kinman, Charles V, 
KInman, Karen L 
Kinnaird, Patricia B 
Kinnan. Joseph F, 180 
Kinnan, Linda N. 
Kmne, Charles A, 310 
Kinne, Tony 413 
Kinser, Michael C. 
Kinsey, Kathryn S. 296, 468 
Kinsler, Pamela L. 296, 468 
Kinslow, Rhonda J. 
Kinsolving, Carolyn S. 
Kinsolving, George B. 
Kipley, Jan 
Kipper, Michael R. 
Kirby, Bryan W 
Kirby, Claudia L 413 
Kirby, Deborah A. 
Kirby, Earl G 364 
Kirby, Ethel M. 
Kirby, Kimberly J 254 
Kirby, Ottaway Jr. 
Kirby. Tim R. 
Kirchhoff, Fred J, Jr. 
Kirchner, Maurice E. 
Kirk, Alesla 
Kirk, Anna K. 
Kirk, Darrel C, Jr. 
Kirk, Deborah J. 
Kirk, Kimberly B. 
Kirk, Thomas O. 
KIrkland, Charlotte S, 
Kirkman, Cecil D 
Kirkpatrick, Dr. Dorothy 262 
KIrkpatrick, Elizabeth 
Kirkpatrick, Jeffrey 
KIrkpatrick, Lisa G. 
KIrkpatrick, Rex A 254, 259 
KIrkpatrick, Roger D. 
KIrkwood. Cheri A. 
KIrkwood, Laura J. 267, 277 
Kirn. Debora S. 438 
Kirsch, Lesa J, 468 
KIser, David R. 



Kleln, Jeffrey J, 

Kieinjan, Dale O 

Klemens, Martin E. 300 

Klensch, Karen A. 

Klingler, Kathy M. 438 

Klingstein. William 0. 265, 413 

Klisz, Theresa M. 

Klocke. Angela 

Klod, Georgena S 

Klotz, Frederick C, IV 

Klotz, Michael S. 468 

Kluesner, Beverly G. 

Kmiec. Stephen M. 

Knapp, Cathy J. D. 

Knapp, Charles C, 438 

Knapp, Robin B. 326 

Knezevich, Michael T. 

Knezevich, N Richard 

Knilley, Chene C. 

Knight, Janet L. 438 

Knighl, Joe M. 

Knight, Rachel H. 

Knight, Roy L 413 

Knight, Wanda L. 

Knippenberg, Glenn E. 

Knoll, Tim J. 

Knolt, Kenneth L 

Knowles. Calvin 

Knowles. Marcella M. 

Knowles, Sherry M. 

Knuckles, Alice L 

Ko, Kam Wah 392 

Ko, Robyn P. 395 

Koch, Cynthia A 

Koch, Helen K 

Koch, Raymond A. 

Koehler, Joan R. 438 

Koenig, Mary 0. 

Koester, Anthony L. 

Koger, Gary E. 

Kohn, Terribo 468 

Kohsin, Beth Y 468 

Koier, Nancy L 438 

Kolb, Craig S. 

Kolesar, William N. 180 

Koller, Thomas R. 438 

Koogler, Ceil C 468 

Koontz, Wayne E 

Kopadt, Kurt H, 

Kops. Dana L 

Korfhage. Sharon L, 438 

Kornhoff, Theodore J. 259. 305. 364 

Kortbein, Dennis A, 

Kosater, Edmund G. 

Kolheimer, David A. 

Kotheimer, Kathy L. 

Kovacs. Douglas E 304 

Kowilz, Diane R 254. 413 

Kozol, Edward M. 189 

Kozol, Maurine W 

Kozora, James D. 

Kraft, Judith A 

Kragel, Daniel J 

Kramer. Charles B, 270 

Kramer. David H, 364 

Kramer. Joann 

Kranlz, Ralph 263 

Krasinski, Charlotte 

Kraska, Julienne 413 

Kraus, Joseph A 

Krause. Ryan J. 

Krauser, Lisa M 295, 468 

Krauss, Karen L. 413 

Krawtec, Claire K. 172 

Krebs, Jeanene F. 278 

Krebs, Stephen D. 316 

Krecicki. Cynthia A. 438 

Kreft. Richard 8. 300, 413 

Kremer, Christopher E. 247, 438 

Kremer, Kennelh J, 300, 364 

Kremper, Lynn A. 330 

Kresge, David C. 

Kresge, Glenn E. 

Kretman, Winlhrop H. 

Kring. Kenneth R. 

Krivda, Stephen J. 189. 258, 364 

Krivoski, Duslan A. 

Kroger, Mark D 

Kronauer, William S. 

Kroplin, Mark A, 

Kruer, Denise L. 468 

Kruer. Lynne M. 288 

Krummen, Kathleen M, 

Kruse, Beth A, 

Kruspe, Dolores C. 438 

Kubale. Cordelia A. 

Kubillus, Nancy A. 

Kuchenbuch. Pamela A, 

Kuchma, Kathleen A. 164, 395 

Kuebbing. Carol J. 364 

Kuegel, Bruce E 

Kuell, Catherine R 

Kuenzll, Glen E 271, 364 

Kuhl. Mar|orie E. 

Kundert, Jean M 436 

Kunkle, Karen A. 

Kunkle, Leslie A 468 

Kinkle, Linda S 

Kunnu, Elizabelh I. 281 

Kunnu, Felix B. 

Kuntz, James R. 

Kuntz, Marybeth 

Kunzman, Lawrence K, 

Kuramoto. Hiroko 

Kurtz, Richard E. 364 

Kurtz, Timothy S 330 

Kustes, Jeff W, 330 

Kwak, Michiko 



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KIsei 
Kiser 
Kiser 
KIser 



Diane L. 312 

James E, 

Roberta K, 413 

Terri D. 
KIsselbaugh. Nancy S, 
Kistner. Gary W. 468 
Kitts, Kathy L 468 
Kjelland, Robert D. 
Kleler, Charles J. Ill 468 
Klein, David M. 324 
Klein, Glenn L, 



Labarbera, Samuel S. 
Lacey. BeWe M. 
Lacinak, Mellnda L. 364 
Lacy, John A, 
Lacy, Rosemary 
Ladd, Laura B. 
Ladewlg. Tim P. 316 
Laduke. Dawn M. 
Laessig, George III 
Laessig. Mary E. 
Latavers, Ronna K. 



Lafferty. Robert A. 

Latferty, Sandra K. 

Lafollelte, Sharon S. 

Lafontaine, Timothy L. 

Lafountain, Patricia 

Lainhacl. Carolyn C. 413 

Lainharl, Levi D 

Lainhart, Margaret A. 468 

Lainhart, Mark Q. 

Lair, Eddie G. 

Laird. David C. 364 

Laird, Mary E. W. 

Laird, Susan E. 

Lake, Algan Jr 

Lake, Gene S. 

Lake, Jo A. 

Lakes, Carolyn 

Lakes, Jeffrey L, 

Lakes, Laverne 438 

Lakes, Pamela J. 

Lakes, Paula L. 

Lakes, Robert D. 364 

Lakes, Wavelene M. 

Lalley, Floyd D. 

Lamb. Betty J, 

Lamb, Carolyn D. 

Lamb, Charlotte G. 

Lamb. Marcia G 

Lamb. Phillip M 

Lamb, Rebecca A. 438 

Lamb, Vernon B. 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 314, 315 

LAMBDA SIGMA SOCIETY 247 

Lambdin, Clayborn M 

Lambdin, Douglas E. 315, 438 

Lambert, Eugene C, 315 

Lambert, Jill E. 

Lambert, Lewis M. 285 

Lambert, Michael L 270 

Lambeth, Debbie P. 

Lambeth, Joseph B, 413 

Lamkin, Beth A 

Lamkin. Howard K 180 

Lamping, Jeffrey W. 

Lampkin, Deborah J. 

Lampley, Dennis E. 

Lancaster, Larry W. 315, 466 

Lancaster, Renee 124, 125, 468 

Land, Anna M. 

Land, Bobbt G. 

Land, Gregory S 

Landis, Cathy D. 318 

Landrum, Joy A. 

Landrum, Terry L. 

Landrum, William B, 

Landry. Dana L. 413 

Landry, Sandra D. 

Lane. Dr. Bennier 135 

Lane, Charles L. 

Lane. Daniel L. 

Lane, Joann C 281, 468 

Lane. Josephine G. 

Lane, M, Annette 413 

Lane. Margaret E. 

Lane, Maria E. 

Lane, Pamela 364 

Lane, Paula 254, 269, 365 

Lane, Victoria S. 

Lane, William F. 413 

Lang, Donna M. 438 

Lang, Jonna R. 438 

Lang. Lisa J 315, 468 

Lang, Mary E. 392 

Lang. Tamela J. 468 

Lang. Wayne A. 264 

Langdon, Elmer R, Jr. 

Langdon. Pal G. 

Langdon, Walter R. 

Lange, Lisa M 250, 413 

Lange, Michael J. 

Langlord, Robert D 288. 365 

Langlord, Timothy E, 468 

Langley, Carolyn J. 262, 438 

Langley, Connie G, 

Languedoc, Daniel O. 365 

Lanham. Gary L. 

Lanham, Joanna 395 

Lanham. Roy W 

Lanham, Stephen 0, 

Lanier, Phyllis K 413 

Lankford, Lawrence D, 

Lanning, Gary D. 

Lantz, Donna M 247 

Lantz, Katherine A. 

Larch, Judy C. 321 

Larger, Rae A. 

Langivedoc, Dan 305 

Lark, Joyce M. 

Larkey, John T. 

Larkey, Susan C, 

Larkey, Timothy A. 

Larsen, Barbara S. 

Lash, DIanne L. 413 

Lash, Thresea M 468 

Lashbrooke. Paul D. 

Laskj, Edward S. 177, 179, 180 

Laslo, Paul A. 413 

Lassetter, Scott A. 

Lasswell, Anita B. 

Laswell, Jimmy G. 

Latham, Kimberly D. 175 

Latham, Sluart H, 328 

Lathrop. Debbie S. 438 

Lattis, David A. 

Lau, Kin M. 

Laubenheimer. ChristI 365 

Laughlin, James F 

Lavon, Leslie C. 

Lawhorn, Darcel L. 

Lawless, Carson R. 

Lawless, Jack B. 

Lawless, Marcia L. 276, 468 

Lawless, Onilee W 

Lawrence, Gary M. 

Lawrence, Mary A. 

Lawrence, Sharon H, 284, 330. 438 

Lawrenoe. Stanley W. 

Lawrence. Tamara K 468 

Laws, Sebastian 

Lawson, Albert J. 270, 277, 468 

Lawson, Anthony S. 438 

Lawson, Barry A. 270 

Lawson, Barry T. 

Lawson, Carol L. 



Lawson, Darryl M, 180 

Lawson, Elizabelh A. H. 

Lawson, Gilbert F, 

Lawson, Greta L, 438 

Lawson, Judith E. 438 

Lawson, Kalhy J 

Lawson, Margaret 

Lawson. Maria A, 247, 272. 438 

Lawson, Nancy S. 

Lawson, Sandra G. 310, 332, 468 

Lawson, Sandra K, 

Lawson, Sheree L. 269. 413 

Lawson, Stephen E, 

Lawson, Vicki J. 413 

Lawyer, Lawrence W. 

Lax, Robert S, 

Lay, James A. 305, 413 

Lay, Joanna L. F. 

Lay, Robert C. 

Laycock, Russell E. 306. 413 

Layer, Steve K, 

Layman, Bryce E. 

Layman, Steven R. 

Layne, Bert 

Layton, Cecil B. 

Layton, Cynthia A. 

Layton, Pamela J. 

Layton. Susan A. K. 

Leach, Allan R 

Leach, Andrew J. Jr. 

Leach, Carlotta J. 413 

Leach, David B. 

Leach, Ellen S. 

Leach, Faye 

Leach, Holly L. 273, 413 

Leach, James P 

Leach, Jerry D. 

Leach, Pamela D. 303 

Leachman. Betty M. 468 

Leachman, Luanne 

Leal, Carolyn M. 

Leak, Mary K. 365 

Leake, Stephen T. 413 

Lear, Donna M, 251, 252. 284 

365 
Lear, Eileen L. 
Lear, Kenton 
Lear, Patricia A 
Leatherman, Ronald H. 
Leathers, Greg L. 
Leathers, Mary J. 392 
Leathers, Terry L. 368 
Leavell, Yevette 
Leavenworth, Laurie R. 
Lecompte, Sammi L, 365 
Lecompte, Trina D. 
LedbeHer, Larry T, 439 
Ledford, James P 111 
Ledlord, Terry A. 
Ledford, Vivian C. H. 
Lee, Aaron S, 
Lee, Anita L. 413 
Lee, Annie R. 
Lee, Barbara M. 277, 439 
Lee. Belinda L. 468 
Lee, Charles D. 
Lee, Cusonjia J. 
Lee, Cynthia M. 284 
Lee, Deborah L. 
Lee, Donald W. Jr. 
Lee. Earl K. 
Lee, Gary M. 
Lee. James D. 
Lee, Joseph S. 305 
Lee, Karen C. 365 
Lee, King Charn 252, 264, 281 

365 
Lee. Martha L B. 
Lee, Norma L. 
Lee, Olive M. 
Lee, Patricia T. 
Lee, Peggy L. 
Lee. Robert 0. 132 
Lee, Ruby 
Lee, Shirley K. 
Lee, Teresa M. 
Lee, VaneesB L. 468 
Lee, William A. 
Leep, Debbie J. 365 
Leer, Marilyn 
Leeson, Walter C. 
Leet, Pamela A. 
Lefebvre, Marvin E. 
Lefevers, Debbie S. 
Lefevers. Patricia G. 
Left, Honi E. 365 
Leftwich, Hal W 365 
Leitwich, James B. 
Leger, John C, 
Legrande. Russell D. 
Lehkamp, Jeff K, 
Lehman, Dianne M. 
Lehman, Pamela K, 
Lehn, Michael J. 
Lehner, James J. Jr. 
Leib, Susan L, 
Leibrook, Ken G. 305 
Leidolf, Erv 162, 164 
Leienberger. Linda K. 
Lelenberger, Michael 365 
Leigh, Carlos Jr. 
Leigh. Charles S. 
Leigh, Janet D. 
Lelnlnger, Robert W. 275, 439 
Leison, Chris 164 
Leist. Bart 468 
Leist, Gaylynn M. 439 
Lelter, Robert B, 
Lelter, Susan C. 
Leiwig. Timothy D. 413 
Lemert, Sally L, 271 
Leming, John E. 365 
Lemon, Rodney C, 
Lemon, Timothy A, 439 
Lemons, Gregory K. 
Lemons, Ton^ L. 
Lenahan, Timothy A. 
Lenhart, Anita J 54 
Lenihan, James B. Jr, 
Lennon, Ken A. 
Lenox, Robert M, 
Lentz, Patricia C. 
Leonard, Mary L. 439 
Leonard. Nancy 172 



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Leonard. Shiela A 

Leonhard, Margaret L. 439 

Leslie, Rebecca A 

Lessard, Mary E 284, 439 

Lessard. Paul J 

Lessig, Kirk L 

Lester. Bonnie E 253 

Lester, Donald B 365 

Lester. Jack E 439 

Lester. Judith C 273. 413 

Lester. Shern L 

Lesler, Tina M 468 

Letcher, Rebecca A. 395 

Lett, Jan A 295 

Leuenberger. Lisa A 

Leung, Karen K 

Leung. Kwai 365 

Leung. Maria 265 

Leung. Suzanne 374 

Levendge. CArol A 413 

Levi. David R 

Levy. Wayne T 

Lewis. Alan J 326, 413 

Lewis, Athena 

Lewis. Berllnda V 

Lewis, Getty R. 

Lewis. Bobbie S 

Lewis. Britysh A 336 

Lewis. Carol G 

Lewis. Charles R 

Lewis, Chester R 

Lewis, Covie 

Lewis, Cynthia D 273, 468 

Lewis. Cynthia J 

Lewis. Donna S 439 

Lewis. Dorothy 

Lewis. Jacqueline F 

Lewis. James G. 

Lewis, Janice E 250 

Lewis. Jeanne H D 

Lewis. Joyce A W 

Lewis, Karen A 468 

Lewis. Karen S, 

Lewis. Larry 

Lewis, Larry 

Lewis, Larry W. 

Lewis. Lone E 318, 466 

Lewis, Melvin G 

Lewis. Pamela M 413 

Lewis, Patricia A 

Lewis, Penny L 

Lewis. Philip A 330 

Lewis, Raymond J. 281 

Lewis. Rhonda K 

Lewis. Rick A 

Lewis, Sharon E 79 

Lewis. Shawn L 439 

Lewis, Susan M. 

Lewis, Tern L. 

Lewis, Thomas E. 

Lewis, Thomas M, 

Lewis. Timothy J. 

Lewis. Wallace S. 

Lewis, William D. 

Lewis. William W. 

Ley. James R 

Liberatore. Billye F 

Lichaa. Albert I 

Lichtefeld, Mark S 

Lichteteld. Mary C 413 

LIchty. Barbara E. 

Lichty, Daniel A. 253 

Lichty, Coach Dan 196 

Liddle, Mary L. 

Llebscher. Emily L 

Lielte, William D 266. 366 

Lifland. Carolyn F 

LIfland. Mitchel I 

Liggett, Robin M. 30, 312. 413 

Llghtner. Karen S. 

Ligon. Judith C 439 

Likins, Gregory M 468 

Llles. Willie C 

Lilly, Christopher L 236, 283, 366 

Lilly, Denise M 469 

Lin. Anne S 413 

Lin. Engming 

Lin. Jenny S 

Lincks. Diana S 

Lincks. Gloria M 

Lincoln. Lisa M 469 

Llndeman, Laura A, 246. 268. 366 

Lindle, Angela 

Lindon, Glenda 439 

Lindon, Linda 439 

Lindon, Lisa L. 

Lindon. Wads M. 

LIndqulst. Joyce H. 

LIndqulst. Laverne A. 

LmdquJst. Thomas W 

Lindsay. Kay E 

Linebach. Deborah L 439 

Llneberry. Chen L, 

Lines, John O. Jr 

LIngle. Betty J 

Link. Becky J. R. 

Link. James A 316, 414 

Link. Mary E. 263 

Linker. Theresa L 

Linn, Stephen M 315. 366 

Linnemsn. Douglas J. 439 

Linneman, Terrence J. 

LInnenkohl, Marcia J 469 

Llntner, Charlotte J 310. 366 

Linton. Mary E 439 

LInvllle. Robert L 266. 414 

Lio, A. Met 366 

LIpps. Janice S 

LIpps. Kathleen 

Lippy. Dennis K. 414 

Lipski, C. J. Neal 

LISCh. Kathy A 214. 414 

Lisle. Flelden Jr 

Lisle. John T 162, 164, 165 

List. Leslie S 321 

List, Mike R. 189. 469 

Little. Barry L. 

Little. Brian L. 

LITTLE COLONELS 272 

Liltle. Carol D 

Little, Dora B. 

Little, Glennis M. 

Little, Keith R 254 

Little. Robert B 



Linie, Sandra F 414 

Litton. L, B. 

Litton, Robert G 

Liu. Jwu Ming 

Livingood. Frances C. 

Livlngood. Ronald G 

Livingston, Pete L 

Livingston, Valinda E. 

Livingstone. Paincla 

Lloyd, Andrew W 

Lloyd. Donald J. 

Lloyd, Eric F. 

Lloyd. Jane B 

Lloyd, Joey R 180 

Lloyd. Mark E 469 

Lloyd, Patricia A. 

Lloyd, Rhode K 469 

Lloyd, Stephanie C 

Lloyd, Sueanne K 

Lloyd, Tim W 

Loar. Tammy D 270 

Lockard, Dianne E 

Lockard, Jerry C 

Lockard. Ralph V 

Locke. Prudence L 414 

Locke. William E 414 

Locker. JeH C 

Lockert, Kenneth 162. 164. 245 

Lockett. Lanny E 145, 366 

Lockhart, Elizabeth A. 310 

Lockley. Claire Y 

Lockridge, Robert G 322 

Lockridge. Thomas L, 

Lockridge. Vickie L 

Lockyer, Cathy S 

Loeffler. Donna 8 

Logan. Daniel 6 

Logan. Herbert L. Jr. 

Logan. Mane S. 

Logan. Richard V 414 

Logan. Tony L 

Logsdon. Kalhryn N 414 

Logsdon, Mark A. 277, 439 

Lohden, Joe D 

Lohr, Caroline T 

Lokits, Cynthia L 414 

Long, Ann C. 

Long, Bette S. 

Long. Carol S 318 

Long, Charlene C 

Long. Charles M. 

Long, Cynthia D. 

Long. Glenn A 

Long, James Jr 

Long, Jane E 205. 255, 414 

Long. Jarvis K 

Long. JeHrey D 326. 337 

Long, Jennifer D 

Long, Dr. John 131 

Long. Judith E M. 

Long, Kathleen M 

Long. Kathryn S 

Long, Larry M 330 

Long, Larry W. 

Long, Nancy J W. 

Long. Nancy L. 

Long. Robert F. 

Long. Roger D. 

Long, Susan K. 

Long. Susie 

Long, Terry L. 

Longino, Phillip A. 

Longona, Noe A. 

Lonstein, Hope W 

Looney, Donald D 

Looney, Frieda M 

Looney, Irvm W 

Looney. Sharon R. 414 

Loop. Judi K. 

Loop. Tom C 

Loper, Terry L 324 

Lopnore, Mike 164 

Lorch, Robert E 

Lose, Sherry G 267. 395 

Lother, Randy C. 

Lothridge, Jada L 236, 257. 267 

268. 366 
Lott. Julie K. 
Lotto. Michael L 
Loudermilk, Charles A. 
Lough, Jane M. 
Loughrln. Katheryn H 
Louthan. John L 
Louthan. Stephen P 469 
Love. Karen A 366 
Love, Lena L 
Love, Lee A. 
Love. Lee A 262, 439 
Love, William A. 280 
Lovelace. George H. IV 
Lovelace, Karen D 312. 414 
Loveland. Howard B. 
Lovell, Glenda J 247 
Lovell, John C. 439 
Lovely. Charles W 
Lovern. William M. 
Lovern, Yvonne C. 
Lovett. Edith M 
Lovetl. Kathleen G 
Lovett. Linear 180. 258, 366 
Lovitt. Phillip D 
Lovitt. Ronald L 
Lowdenback. Edward J. 
Lowe. Cheryl L. 
Lowe. Debra A 
Lowe. Diane C 284. 414 
Lowe. Elaine A. 284, 414 
Lowe, Glenda M 469 
Lowe, Jeffrey S. 
Lowe, Kay L 
Lowe, MIchele A. 
Lowen. Mariam J 
Lower, Dons D 
Lowery. Donna L 
Lowery, John W Jr. 
Lowery, Teresa S. 
Lowborn, Noah K 366 
Lowry, Brenda L. 
Loy, Edwin W 111 
Loyal. Janet K 312. 337 
Lozler. Mark D 
Lucas. Barry K. 
Lucas. Carl D 324 
Lucas. Cheryl A. 439 




Steve Markert takes aim as he tries for a basket at Sigma Alpha Epsilon County 
Fair. 



Lucas. Deborah L 468 
Lucas, Jerry W 

Lucas. Kenneth R 

Lucas. Michael R 

Lucas. Opal M 

Lucas. Ronald C 334. 366 

Lucas, Sandra K P 

Lusas. William K 439 

Lucchese. Joseph M 

Lucic, John D 

Luckett.Cynthia J 321 

Luckey, Margaret A. 439 

Lucky, Kitty J 

Lueke, Debbie A. 

Luersen. Annette M. 469 

Lukac, Kalhleen 

Lukschu, eiizabelh 204 

Lumme. Jason P. 

Lumpkins. Tern L. 

Lunceford. George D. 

Lundberg, Cynthia L. 204. 205, 367 

Luney. Nancy E 367 

Lunstord. Can L 

Lunsford, Gary E 

Lunstord. Lisa C. 469 

Lunsford. Pamara 

Lunstord, Ronald E 

Lusby, Allyson K 469 

Lusenhop, Palncia A. 269, 318, 367 

Lush, Bonnie K 414 

Lusher. William E. Jr. 

Lutes, Ronald 

Luts, Liisa L 

Luttrell, Alice Y 

Luttrell, Earl M 367 

Lutz, Fred W 

Luxon. Robert E 

Luy. Lisa A. 

Luyster. Amy J, 310. 414 

Lybrook. Arnetla J. 

Lycan, Lesli G 272. 469 

Lykes, Russell D 469 

Lykms. Rebecca A 439 

Lyie, Mary M. 

Lymah, James T. 

Lynch, Brenda S. 

Lynch, Dolly L. 

Lynch, Janet A 439 

Lynn, Jennifer M 

Lynn, Kathleen A, B. 

Lynn. Tammie J. 

Lynn, William W. 

Lynne. William S. 

Lyon. James W, 

Lyon. Joe A 

Lyons, BrenI T 

Lyons. Chris A. 

Lyons. Christie K 273. 439 

Lyons. Danny H. 

Lyons. Owight D. 277. 439 

Lyons. Emily S 

Lyons. Finley 439 

Lyons, Jerrold K, 

Lyons, Jerrylyn J. 

Lyons, Kathi A, 328 

Lyons, Kevin L 

Lyons, KImberly A 469 

Lyons. Marietta C 

Lyons, Mary A 203. 439 

Lyons, Pamela A 367 

Lyons. Randy C 367 

Lyons. Richard K. 

Lyons. Steven D 175. 316, 315 

439 
Lyons. Tommy L 367 
Lyons, Walter Jr 
Lyons, William F 322 
Lysle, Yolonda S 469 
Lytle, Laura L 395 
LyIe, Lee S 439 
Lyttle. Clifford W 334 



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Mflbry, Cheryl L. 276, 469 



Mabry. Danny W 

Uabson, Bennie 

Mabson, Roy S 

Mabson, Simon P 

Macchia. Rose C M 

MacDonald, Margaret S. 275, 414 

MacDonald, Tracy 263 

Macewicz, Joseph E. 

Machado. Fernando 

Machtolff, Kim M 318, 414 

Machuzak. Michael J 

Maciag. Phihp B. 

Macioci, David M 

Mack, Anna M 

Mack. Ronald 439 

Macke. Douglas W. 

Mackey. Garry L 

Mackey, John A. 

Mackin, Kimberly J 367 

Mackm. Norman D 

Mackintosh. Jessie G. 414 

Mackson, Mary H 272. 439 

Macy. Jackie L 

Macy. Jonell 469 

Madden. Kalhy S. 273. 439 

Madden. Robin S 273, 439 

Madden. Hoy W 367 

Madden. Wade S 

Maddocks. Christopher 249 

Maddox. Roger C 

Madison. Lane E 

Maduro, Tim N. 

Maegly, Linda C 272, 284, 367 

Maegly. Mary C 

Maerkl. Denise R. 

Magee, Brenda C 

Maggard. Alice M 265, 415 

Maggard. Brenda K. 415 

Maggard, Christy L. 469 

Maggard, Deborah j. 

Maggard, Pamela J 395 

Maggard. Roger D 

Maggard. Sonia L 415 

Magin. Judith A 303 

Maginnis, Mary A 246. 415 

Magliano. Barbara M 318 

Uagliano, Mary B 318 

Magnuson. Jeanne A 213, 415 

Magura, Elizabeth U. 415 

Mahan, Aaron 278 

Mahan, Darren L 

Mahan, Delmar D. 

Mahan. Michael F 

Mahan, Shane G. 439 

Mahatapa, Kanmka 

Mahoney, Sam 

Mahr, Jay C 

Mahuron, Roger L. 324. 337 

Malnous, Rosalie O. 395 

Mains. Greg H 

Mains, Susan L 395 

Maitland, Mary E 274. 439 

Uaiakey. William H 

Maki. Jacqueline R. 

Mallcote. Kenneth 

Malkin, Betty A 273. 469 

Mallory, Billle C 

Mallory. Helena G 

Ualloy, Rebecca A 469 

Malone, Gregory A, 439 

Malone, Nancy G. 318. 395 

Malone, Phillip L. 

Malone. Timothy P. 

Malone. William D. 

Maloney, Michael 

Maloney. Mike C 

Maloney. Patrick B 200, 201 

Maloney. Susan L. 

Malpass. Joy K. 

Manchlkes, Alice W. 

Manek, Wanda B 367 

Mangin, Cynthia A 

Mangus, Charles T 328. 367 

Mangus, Lisa E 

Mangus. Robert J, 

Manilold, Mellnda L. 303 

Manls. Judy G 



Mann, Charlene C 
Mann, Charles M 
Mann. Ella K. 
Mann. James M, 
Mann, Lillian D. 
Mann, Rickie A 270. 469 
Mann. Rocky D 
Mannirtg, Carolyn D 
Manning, Cynthia L. 
Manning, Herbert E. 
Manning, John L. 
Manning, Joseph R. 332 
fvlanning, Knstina M. 
Manning, Lawrence R. 
Mansfield, James A. 
Manufacturing Engineers 266 
Manz, Michael B 328 
Mapes, Claudia A 439 
Maphet, Norma K 255. 367 
Maples. Carol M. 
Maples. Kalhy R 278 
Mapother, James R. 
MARANATHA 275 
MarasB, Nicoletle 226, 236, 242 

252. 254. 269. 312. 337, 367 
Marasco, Angelo N. 
Marasco, Julie C. 
Maratty. Steven L. 
Marchese, Deborah 216. 479 
Marchese, Lmda L. 51, 216. 217 

415 
Marcum. Frank D. 
Marcum, Gina D 
Marcum. Jeftery A, 306 
Marcum. John C. 
Marcum. Roger L. 
Marcum, Shirley M. 469 
Mardon, Dr David 135 
Marema, Nancylee 
Mannelli, Robyn A. 
Manner, Brett A 
Marionneaux, Rhonda L. 
Manschen, Diane C 
Markell, Marilyn 415 
Markem, Julia D. 
Markert, Stephen E. 290, 297, 330 

367, 497 
Markland, Mary S B. 
Marks, Steven A 
Marksberry, James R. 
Marksberry, Rebecca 439 
Marksbury, Charles D. 
Marler, Joan C 
Marler, Kenneth 
Marler, Timothy B 
Marlow, Patricia A 
Marlow, Van D 
Marlowe, Cynthia L. 440 
Marlowe, Fred D 367 
Marlowe, Karen S 
Marple. Keith E Jr. 
Marr, Harriet A K 
Marrett, Linda F, 
Marrow, Ken 332 
Marsden, Antonio S. 
Marsee. Karen E. 
Marsh, Alan 8 270 
Marsh, Julie A 440 
Marsh, Paul M 270 
Marsh, Richard P 
Marsh, Sharon L 
Marshall, Ann C. 440 
Marshall. Debbie D 
Marshall, Donald P. 367 
Marshall, Donald R. 
Marshall. Estella E 
Marshall, Felicia I. 
Marshall, Glenn R. 
Marshall. Jane) L 
Marshall. Janet L. 
Marshall. Kay A 286. 367 
Marshall, Lydia P. 
Marshall. Micbael W. 
Marshall. Sally B. 
Marshall. Sharon L. 
Marshall. Sherrlll G. 
Marshall, Susan G. 



Leo-Mar/Index 497 



Marshall. Teresa K. 

Marshall. Tessie L. 

Marshall, Vichle L. 

Marshall. Vickie R. 

Marshall. Yolanda J. 440 

Marslli. Cheryl A. 

Marsill, Julalne M. 

Marston, Julia Y. 

Marston, Kitty S. 

Marston, Todd 440 

Martin. Alice T. 

Martin, Alien R. 

Martin. Barbara L. 

Martin, Barbara N. 

Martin, Brad 326 

Martin. Bruce W, 415 

Martin. Buford K. 

Martin, Caria J. 

Manin. Calhy A 

Martin, Charles E. 

Martin, Cheryl A, 415 

Martin, Cheryl L. 

Martin, Connie A. 469 

Martin, Danny R. 180, 185 

Martin. David H. 440 

Martin. Debbie N 440 

Manin. Deborah M. 

Martin, Donald G 270. 415 

Martin. Elizabeth 312, 367 

Martin, Ellen L. 

Martin. George E. 

Martin, Gerald Donald 141, 270 

Martin, Jack D. Jr. 

Martin, James B 

Martin. Jan B. 

Martin, Jenny C. 

Marlin, John A. 277, 281. 286 

415 
Martin, Judith B. 
Martin, June H. 
Martin, Kevin D 
Martin, Laurel L. 277 
Martin, Leah H 
Martin, Leeda J, 
Martin, Linda D 415 
Martin, Lisa H 263, 415 
Martin. Lucia A 440 
Martin, Maiinda H. 
Martin, Marisa L 310, 326, 367 
Martin, Mark G 252, 297. 315 

367 
Martin, Pamela L. 78, 79 
Martin, Paula S 

Martin, Rebecca J. 276, 315, 415 
Martin. Rhonda C 
Marlin, Richard G 
Martin, Dr. Robert R 98, 99 
Martin, Robert S. 
Martin, Robert W. 283, 440 
Martin, Roy L 440 
Marlin, Sam Ml 
Martin, Samuel S 
Martin, Sandra 172, 210. 211 
Martin, Sharon H, 
Martin, Sharon K. 469 
Martin. Shery! A. 367 
Maftin, Stephen D. 
Martin, Sybil A. 
Martin, Tern J. 
Martin, Tim S. 
Martin. Verna R 
Martin, Violet E, 
Martin, Wayne 281 
Martindale, Lee A. 255, 415 
Martinez, Jesus D. 281, 440 
Marti, Janice F 
Marti, Stuart W. 
Marx, Lee 315, 469 
Masden, Cohen E 
Masden, Harold A. 
Masden, John D. 
Masden, Rita C. 239, 248, 282 

283. 315, 367 
Masengale, Joy C 
Mason, Ada Jane 367 
Mason, Angela M 
Mason, Carolyn P 
Mason, Charlena 415 
Mason, Gregory K 334, 337 
Mason. Janet E 
Mason. Paul B. 
Meson. Sandra K. 
Mason, Sharon F, 
Mason, Terri L. 
Massengale, William A. 
Massengill, Tina L, 395 
Massey, Jean C. 415 
Massey, Kennelh 
Massey. Lowell 415 
Masters, Charles D. 
Masters, Denlse C. 
Masters, Donna M, 
Masters, Janice S. 
Masters, Joseph L. 
MASTERS OF BUSINESS 

ASSOCIATION 266 
Masterson, George E. 
Mastrangeio, Philip M. 
Matarangio, Karen P. 
Mathew. John 
Mathews, Cheri L 
Matbews, James J. 
Mathls, Sherry F. 395 
Matlock, Douglas J. 
Malney, Billy W 
Matney, James T 

Malousch, Daniel T 170, 208, 209 
Matousch, Kathleen C. 
Malracla, Jenirer S. 277, 415 
Matthews, Rosetta C, 
Mattingiy, Bernard W. 
Mattingiy, Charles R. 367 
Mattingiy, Cynthia M. 
Mattingiy, James W, 
Mattingiy, Jo A. 
Mattingiy, Mark E. 367 
Mattingiy, Michael K. 
Mattingiy, Susan A. 
Mattmliler, Kenneth A. 
Mattmilier, Michael F. 
Mattox, Ricky A. 440 
Mauer. Erich C, 326 
Mauney, Bobby G. Jr. 
Maupin, Hazel A. 



Maupin, Kathy J. 

Maupin, Lloyd D. 

Maupin, Mitchell R. 

Mauzy, Charlie P 

Mavity. Robert M 

Maxey, Michael 

Maxson, Charles R. Jr 

Maxson, Joella H. 

Maxwell, Brenda L, 270 

Maxwell, Edna S. 253, 367 

May, Brenda S. 

May, Donna C. 

May, Kenneth D. 

May, Linda L. 

May, Philip G 

May, Raymond S 

May. Timothy D. 

Mayberry, Danita F, 

Mayberry, Ella E. 

Maybrier, Connie D. 

Maye, Julia F. C. 

Mayer, Marianne 367 

Mayes, Gwen 

Mayes, Mckinley E. 

Mayfield, Cheryl D, 

Mayfield, Kaye H. 

Mayfield. Michael A. 

Mayfield. Richard A. 

Mayfield, Thomas W. 

Mayleben, Paula M. 

Maynard. Cynthia K, 469 

Maynard. Elizabeth A. 

Maynard, Eslel A Jr 

Maynard, Mark B. 

Mayne, Catherine J. 469 

Mayne, Pamela A 440 

Mayne, Sharon K. 368 

Mayne, Sherri L. 

Mays, Danny 167 

Mays. Jane R. 

Mays, JIM 469 

Mays, Neil P, 

MazzolinI, Katherine 

MazzonI, Jeanne M. 

McAfee, Donna G. 

McAlee, Mary J. 368 

McAfee, Michael E 

McAnallen, Kevin L 368 

McBealh, Danny S 

McBealh, DAvid P. 

McBrayer, David J 

McBrayer, Donald J. 332 

McBrayer, Tllman 

McBride, Judith A. 297, 469 

McBnde, Thomas P 

McBurney, Margaret M 

McCabe, Kathleen M 368 

McCaHerty, Timothy M 332, 440 

McCatterty, Vlinda M 

McCaffery, Martha J. 415 

McCall, Brian J 

McCaiiister, Scott W. 179, 180, 258 

316 
McCallum, Robert B. 
McCane, Sheila A. 
McCann, J. Michael 
McCann, James A 207. 270 
McCann, James H. 
McCann, James M, 
McCann, Linda 310 
McCann. Michael K. 
McCann, Patty A. 469 
McCarter, Donald C. 
McCarty, Jackie L. 273, 368 
McCasland, Susan 172 
McCaslln. Ronald J 
McCauley. Edna L. 368 
McCauley. Maiinda A 469 
McCauley, Pamela D 274. 368 
McCauley. Tammy Kay 469 
McChargue, Carlos J 
McChargue, DIanna R. 279. 280, 440 
McChesney, James 149 
McChesney, Sherry W, 
McClain, Anthony L. 
McClaIn, Gary L. 326 
McClaIn, George G. 
McClain, Lisa A. 
McClain, Mary T 
McClaIn, Tammy K, 
McClanahan, Jean M. 273. 469 
McClanahan, Patricia 396 
McCiaran. Ann M. 
McClarty, Kyle L, 
McClary, Melissa S. 440 
McClay, KImberly C. 368 
McCleary, Teresa M. 415 
McCleese, Robert A. 392 
McClellan. Rickey A 
McClellan, VIckl D. 
McClelland. Casey J. 
McClelland, Deborah K. 469 
McClenney, Anthony R. 
McClure, Carolyn A. 440 
McClure, Doris K. 
McClure, Gary L- 
McClure, Marie T. 
McCoige. Hal M, 440 
McCollum, Emily J. 
McCollum. G. Steven 
McCollum, Perry W. 
McComas. Gary F. 
McConaha, Charlotte R. 
McConaha, John B. 
McConalhy, Terry L, 
McConkey, John M. 
Mc] Conkey. Teresa L. 440 
McCord. David A 
McCord. Elizabeth A. 
McCord, Imogene T. 
McCord, John A. 
McCormlck, Belinda K. 440 
McCormIck, Gary W. 
McCormlck, Jinger L. 
McCormick, John E, 469 
McCormlck, Linda L. 
McCormick, Lynda S. 
McCoun. Jennifer A. 
McCoun, Laura L 284, 440 
McCourt, Wendell A. 
McCowan, Debra C, 415 
McCowan, James 
McCoy, Beverly P. 
McCoy, Bonnie J. 469 



McCoy, Charles A. 
McCoy, Denlse A 172. 368 
McCoy, Jon M. 415 
McCoy, Regina K 440 
McCoy. Virginia D 
McCracken, David M. 170 
McCrackon, Ralph III 368 
McCracken, Spike 280 
McCreary, Bertha R, 
McCreary, Brent 
McCreary, Deborah D. 415 
McCubblns, Jerel E. 
McCullers. Sharon S, 
McCullough, Gregory A. 368 
McCullough, Judy A. 
McCullough, Mark H. 
McCullough, Mary B 440 
McCulcheon, Emogene S. 
McCutcheon, Richard K. 
McDaniel, Bonnie S. 
McDaniel, Elizabeth A, 
McDaniel, James W. 
McDaniel, Kathy L. 
McDaniel. Tracy E. 
McDavitt, Polly O. 265, 267, 415 
McDonald, Carolyn G 
McDonald, Christeen C 
McDonald. Cindy D. 470 
McDonald, Dawn M. 281, 284, 396 
McDonald, Gienda J 272, 274, 440 
McDonald, Gienda T. 
McDonald, Janie L. 441 
McDonald, Jay M 266 
McDonald, Jo A, 
McDonald, John A. 
McDonald, Karen E 441 
McDonald. Lajoyce M. 
McDonald, Lauren 251 
McDonald, Marcia A. 470 
McDonald, Robert S. 324 
McDonald, Tonia D 415 
McDonnell, Bridget A, 
McDougall, LaiJri A 368 
McDowell, Juletta F 
McDowell, Ruth 
McDowell, Susan E. 
McEldowney, Judith L. 
McElhone, James M. 
McEllin. Steven A. 328 
McElroy, Jerry A. 
McElroy, Louise J. 
McElroy, Rick L. 
McElveen. Ruth W. 
McElveen, S. Jack 
McEwan. Diana L 
McFadden, Donald R, 
McFadden, John M. 
McFadden, Rebecca L 
McFadden, Susan K, 441 
McFall, Donna 
McFall, William R. 
McFarland, Carta R, 
McFarland, D Gregory 
McFarland, Dorothy E. 
McFarland, Gail L 
McFarland. Gary A. 368 
McFarland, Jenny L 441 
McFarland, Patricia R. 336, 368 
McFerren, Michael G. 
McGaffee, Georgeann 
McGahee, Selvin C. 
McGarvey, Beth 
McGarvey, Billle F. 368 
McGarvey, Michael T. 
McGary, Lisa A 297, 441 
McGeorge, Patty S, 368 
McGill, Janet L. 415 
McGIII, Norma C. 
McGlennen, Patrick M. 
McGowan, Daniel P. 
McGrath, Kathleen E. 
McGraw, William R. 
McGregor, Stephanie A. 
McGruder, Chariene 
McGuffey, Becky J. 247, 249, 303 

441 
McGuffey, Tamara S. 441 
McGuire, Charles L. 
McGuire, Ella R. 
McGuire, Frank Jr, 
McGuire, Kenneth K 368 
McGuire, Mary L. 
McHaHie, Patrick H, 249 
McHalton, Eula R. 
McHugh, Nelsie R 
Mcllvoy, Brenda M. 
Mclntire, Marie B. 265, 368 
Mcintosh, Brenda J. 
Mcintosh, Bruce 
Mcintosh, Deana J. 
Mcintosh, John D. 
Mcintosh, Johnny R, 
Mcintosh, Mark A 315, 441 
Mcintosh, Ralph D. 
Mcintosh, Robert S. 
Mcintosh, Sandy J, 
Mcintosh. Stewart R. 
Mcintosh, Wiilard Jr, 256, 392 
Mclntyre, Carolyn N. 
Mclntyre, John N. Jr. 
Mclntyre, Michael K. 
Mclntyre. Niana S. V, 
Mclntyre, Robert J. 180 
Mclntyre, Susan L. 
Mclver. Jerry D. 368 
Mclver. William S. 
McKane. David R 
McKay. Carol L. 
McKay, Cheryl E. 265, 315, 441 
McKay. Dean C, 
McKay, Margaret W. 
McKay, Martin D, 
McKee, Aaron 
McKee, Janice O 
McKee, Joyce A. H. 251, 266 
McKee, Lowry L. 251, 266 
McKee, Ralph K. 
McKee, Robert H 279, 322. 368 
McKee. Suzanne R. 
McKeehan. Brenda R. 
McKeehan, Jeffery H. 
McKeehan, Phyllis A, 252, 368 
McKenney, Edgar C- 269 
McKenney, Robert L. Jr. 277 



McKenny, Chairman William 144 
McKenzie. Barbara A 
McKenzle, Kenneth O. 
McKenzie, Melinda 
McKenzle, Michael J. 
McKenzie, Patricia J. 
McKinley, Steve A. 
McKlnney, Benjamin M. 
McKinney, Deborah L. 
McKinney, Dexter 
McKinney, Esther F. 172, 89, 368 

McKinney, Harold W. 

McKinney, John A. Jr, 315. 441 

McKinney, Neal P. 

McKinney, William H. 

McKllric. Aileen F 336 

McKltric, Teresa G 

McKnight, Beverly C. 470 

McKnight, James K, 

McKnight, James R. 

McKnight, Karen L 415 

McKnight, Melanie A. 441 

McKlnlght, Michael A. 

McLaIn, Nancy G. 

McLane, Kathy M 

McLaren, Harold W. 

McLaughlin, Allen J. 

McLaughlin, Gary W. 

McLaughlin. Mary S. 

McLaughlin, Patricia 322 

McLaughlin, Paul E. 441 

McLaughlin, Threasha 

McLean, Jack L 

McLean, James L, Jr. 

McLean, Mona L 

McLean, Valerie J. 

McLean, Warren G 288, 368 

McLoughlln, Thomas F. 

McMahan, Cynlhia S, 470 

McMaine, Amanda R. 

McMaine, Beverly J. 415 

McMaine, Mary A 470 

McMaine, Pamela W. 

McManama, Gary C, 

McMann, Linda K 441 

McManus, Jay W. 

McMillan, Jo Ann 

McMillan, Loyd R. 263. 470 

McNabb, Roberta A 441 

McNabb, Valerie L. 368 

McNay, Donald J. 470 

McNay, Judy A, 

McNay, OIlie O. 

McNeal, Bradley C. 

McNeal, Teresa M. 

McNees, Linda B. 

McNeil, Patrick J 

McNevin, Jodyanne 441 

McNew, Freddie D. 470 

McNulty, Thomas L. 164 

McPeak, Joyce A. 

McPhaul, Renard G. 180 

McPheron, Ginger C. 

Mcpherson, Cynthia L. 368 

McPherson, Joseph D, 

McQuade, Mary M. 470 

McQuade, Richard J. 

McOuady, Richard L. 266, 300, 392 

McQuady, Susan T 318, 368 

McOueary, Jade V. 

McQueen, Charles M 

McQueen, Connie S. 

McQueen, Deanna 284 

McQueen, Robert D. 263, 368 

McQuerry, Rachel L, 

McQuerry, William J. 

McRae, Nancy L 

McSwain, Douglas L 

McSwaIn, Marsha H. 262, 368 

McSwain, Nan T G 

McSwain, Stephen B, 369 

McVey, Rita 369 

McVey, Sieve A. 

McWherter. Gregory L, 254, 275 

McWherter, Keith A 470 

McWhorter, Allen £, 

McWhorter. Debbie L, 

McWhorter. Douglas M. 

McWhorter, Kim 

McWhorter, Mary B. 

McWhorter, Mary L. 

McWhorter, Roy V. 

McWhorter, Susanne 

McWhorter. Vicki P. 

McWilliams, Mary J. 

McWilllams, Sheree L. 295. 441 

McWilliams, William D. 

Mead, George A 

Mead, Melanie B 

Meade, Barry J 369 

Meade, Donna M, 

Meade, Jerri L. 

Meade. William J, Jr. 256, 369 

Meade. Zllda 

Meador. Dennis L. 

Meador. Paul A. 

Meadows, Alice F. 

Meadows. Debra J. 

Meadows. Larry S. 

Meadows. Larry S. 

Meadows, Rondall L. 

Meadows, Saundra S. 

Meadows, Sharon L. 

Meadows. Sheila R. 

Means, Dona K. 297 

Means, Faye A 

Means, George R, 

Meckler. Deanna L. 

Medbury, Jill M. 

Medcalf, Janet S 

Medcalf, Jeffrey R 

Medley, William K. 331 

Meece. Benny G. 

Meece, Paul A. 

Meece, Ricky W, 

Meece, Ronald W. 

Meeks, Shelley R. 396 

Meers. Debra L, 251, 277. 415 

Meeson, Maltree 

MeHord, Diana Y. 

Mettord, Georgia F 

Metford, Mitzl J, 470 

Mefford, Sheri L, 

Megargel, Robert L. 



Megee, Macie S, T. 
Mehok, Maryann 441 
Meier, Thomas A. 441 
Meiers, Juan C. 
Melghan, Michael P. 
Melner, Anita M. 415 
Meisenheimer, Alice M. 
Meisenhelmer, John L. 196, 258, 264 

415 
Melia, Sharon K. 
Melius. Laura A. 
Melius. Mark A. 
Melton, Claude 0. 
Mellon, Gienda S 470 
Melton, Penny S. 281, 441 
Melville. Melissa A. 278. 330 
Menabb, Roberta 277 
Menard, Debra A. 
Menard, Gina L. 303 
Menard, Steven R. 
Menchen, Richard J. 470 
Mengos, Tony S. 
Menifee, Karen E, 
Menifee, Virginia H 114 
Menshouse, Edward A. 
MEN'S INTEflDORM 275 
Mensing, Theodore M. 
Menzer, Barbara J. 
Mercalde, Sandra L. 441 
Mercer, Beverly A. 
Mercer, Charles S. 
Merchant. Victor E, 186, 189, 194 

195 
Meredith. David L 271, 470 
Meredith. John K 269 
Meredith, Johnny L. 
Meredith, Sidney R. 
Mergenthal, Steven L. 316 
Merida. Tony A. 441 
Merldelh, Kenny J, 
Merkel, Juleen M, 
Merrell. Laura M. 
Merrick, Raymond D. 
Merriman, Jodie L. 369 
Merriman, Mark W. 316 
Merritt, Carol A, 318, 415 
Merrltl, Carol J. 441 
Merritt, Sharon A, 318, 441 
Merritt, Vicky L. 369 
Mersch, Melanie S. 252, 369 
Mery, Mary E. 
Mescher. Jerome R. 
Mescher, Lois P. 
Mesplay, Susan E. 
Messer, Rebecca F. 
Messina, Frederick P. 
Messlnger, Thomas E. 
Messmer, Jane L. 441 
Messmer, Robert M. 253. 369 
Messmer, Victor C. Ill 
Metcalf, Barry C. 
Metcalf, Carol A. 
Metcalf, Dixie R. 470 
Metcalf, Donna C. 
Metcalf, Leo J. 
Metcalf, Roberta L- T. 
Metcalfe, Jackie L. 
Metzler. Bernadette D. 
Meurer, John I. 
Meyer. Craig F. 
Meyer. David J, 
Meyer, Gina I. 
Meyer, Jerry D 
Meyer, Marina C. 
Meyer, Martha A. 415 
Meyer. Nancy L. 441 
Meyer, Steven R. 470 
Michael. James E. 
Michael. Susan L. 
Michel, Cynthia L. 318 
Mlchels, Connie F. 269, 470 
MIckens, Connie A. 368 
Middlebrook, Eric W. 
Middlebrook, Marti L 
Middleton, Donna G. 470 
Middleton. George R. 
Middleton, Michael S. 470 
Middleton, Wynolia 
MidkiH. Patricia K. 
MIfford, Sheri 263 
Mihalovlch, Robert G, 
Mikel, Shirley A. 
Milburn, Anita F. 255, 369 
Milburn. Betty J. 
Milburn, Karen L. 441 
Milby, Mary A, 277, 415 
MIlby, Sharon F. 265, 283 
Miles. Bethany L. 203, 245, 369 
Miles. James C. 
Miles, Joseph B. 
Miles, Judith A, 310 
Miles, Mark C. 55 
Miles, TamI L. 248. 270, 310 

415 
MILESTONE 286, 287 
Miller, Angel V. 281, 441 
MILITARY POLICE 280 
Miller. Albert C. 
Miller. Alvln E, 180, 181, 183 
Miller, Angela K. 
Miller, Anita M. 297 
Miller, Anna M. 295, 441 
Miller. Anthony M. 176, 179, 180 
Miller. Barbara E. R 
Miller, Barry M. 
Miller, Belinda J. 
Miller, Belinda L. 
Miller, Betty R, 
Miller. Beverly W. 
Miller, Bobby E. 
Miller, Carol J. 271. 470 
Miller, Carol L. 303 
Miller. Christian H. 
Miller, Cornelia A 
Miller, CynthlE^ A. 
Miller, Dariene S. 
Miller. David 0. 
Miller. Daw Jr. 
Miller, Debora R, 267, 277 
Miller, Deborah I. 
Miller, Deborah L. 369 
Miller. Deiores A. D. 
Miller, Derek B, 
Miller, Diana M. 



498 Index/Mar-Mil 



Miller, Doloros D 

Miller. Dora G. 303, 369 

Miller, Gate B 415 

Miller, Giles D 

Miller. Helen F 

Miller. James C 

Miller. James K 

Miller, Jerome J 45, 180 

Miller, Joel E 

Miller, John P 369 

Miller, Judy A 

Miller, Julie A. 303 

Miller. Julie L. 

Miller, Kim 322, 415 

Miller, Kim A. 441 

Miller, Lee A. 

Miller, Leonard 

Miller, Leslie G. 415 

Miller, Linda S 

Miller. Lizabeth T 471 

Miller. Margaret L 396 

Miller, Marilyn B. 

Miller. Mark E. 

Miller. Martha L 232, 246. 265 

369 
Miller. Mary C 
Miller. Mary K. 
Miller, Mary S 369 
Milter. Melanie 303 
Milter. Metlnda J. 303 
Miller. Michelle A 441 
Miller. Orene S 
Miller. Ovia M. 370 
Miller. Pamela G. 416 
Miller. Pamela J 
Miller. Patricia A 
Miller. Ramona G 
Miller. Robert J Jr 256. 370 
Miller, Robert W 330 
Miller, Ronald L 330, 416 
Miller, Ronald L. 
Miller. Rondal S 
Miller. Sandra J 
Miller. Sarah D. 471 
Miller. Sharon 8 
Miller. Shirley E. 
Miller, Stephen W. 
Miller. Steve V 332 
Milter, Theodora E. 
Milter. Thomas A Jr. 
Miller, Thomas C 
Miller. Thomas E 
Miller. Virgil K 
Miller. Warlletd B Jr. 
Milligan, E Clifford 
Million. Caria S J 
Million, Donna E. 
Mills. Amanda L 
Mills, Anna M. 
Mills, Barbara A. 
Mills, Betty 172, 211. 255 
Mills. Carroll H, 
Mills, Danny R. 
Mills, David C. 
Mills, Deona M 
Mills, Diana L. 
Mills, Don 315 
Mills, Earlene 
Mills, Elizabeth A 370 
Mills, John B, 
Milts. Karen L. 175, 441 
Mills. Kathryn B, 312, 471 
Mills. Larry E. 
Mills. Larry R. 
Mills, Lenora K. 
Mills. Linda S. 441 
Mills. Lonnie L. 129, 416 
Mitis, Michael B 
Mills. Rodney H. 
Mills. Stephen J 
Mills. Thomas A, 
Mills. William D 
Mims, Gail S 330 
Mims. Mary L G. 
Mims, Steven D 
Mindrum, G. Scott 
Mingardi. Patricia A 416 
Miniclc. Susan K. 471 
Mmk. Gregory A 
Mink, Orville R, 
Mink. Ronald E. 
Minnich. Charoiette S. 
Minnlch, M. Frances C 
Mlnnick. William E. 
Minnis. Mareia V 
Minnix. Norma H. 
Minogue, Daniel T 
Minton. Dennis C 
Mlnton. Grelchen M. 
Miracle. Bruce W 
Miracle, Doris C 
Miracle, E. Vern 
Miracle, Eddy P 
Miracle, Glen M 
Miracle, Mark W. 
Miracle, Robert H. 
Miracle, Zane 
Miranda. Mary F. 
Mitchell, Alice M. 370 
Mitchell. Charles R. 253, 315, 318 

370 
Mitchell, Charles W 441 
Mitchell. David W. 441 
Mitchell. Debra L 318, 471 
Mitchell, Elizabeth A. 
Mitchell, Florence 
Mitchell, Gary L. 
MKchell, James W. 
Mitchell, John M 
Mitchell, Kevin C 392 
Mitchell, Larry 145 
Mitchell, Madonna C. 441 
Mitchell, Mark S. 
Mitchell. Mary K. 5. 
Mitchell. Mary S 
Mitchell. Nancy J 
Mitchell. Rick 180 
Mitchell, Ronald W. 
Mitchell. Shawn A 
Mitchell. Stanley 1. 176. 178, 180 

182, 185, 258 
MKchell, Terry L. 
Mitchell. Vivian A 
Mitchell. Warren B 206, 207. 370 



Mitchell, Willard A. 4i6 

Milchum, Lawrence D 370 

Mittel, Tern A. 441 

Mize. Deborah J 416 

MIze. Joyce H 

Mtadek. Brenda R 

Moajel, Fahad A 

Moberly, Bobbie A 

Moberly, Donnie R 

Moberly, Jesse E. 

Moberly. Nancy C 284. 370 

Moberly, Reeda A 312 

Moberly. Robert C 370 

Moberly. Suzanne C 

Mobiey. Dale L 

Mobley. James S 

Mobiey. Marsha B 416 

Mobiey. Richard W 

Mobiey. Wendell 

Moccla. Arlene M 

Moccla. Cheryl A 370. 416 

Moeller, Amy E 

MoHett, Charles D 170, 306, 370 

Moffitt. John P 

Moford. Jo R 

Mohamad, Awed S. 

Mohanty. Amiya K, 

Mohanty. Sarat K. 

Moher, Richard K. 250, 370 

Mohl, Mary W 

Mohl, Siaden J 

Mohr, Carol A 441 

Mohr, Lynn A. 

Mohrfield. Cynthia 441 

Moien. Scott M 

Moles. Kennelh D. 

Mollman. Diana J. 471 

Moloney, Margaret C. 

Molony, Darlene K, 

Moman, Margaret A. 269, 370 

Monahon, Deborah L 441 

Monarch, John B 

Monarch, Lisa A 278 

Monbeck, Lucinda M 

Monica, Charles A. 263. 370 

Monie, Terry J. 

Monihan, James M, 278 

Monnig. Donna C. 

Monnig, Elaine M, 

Monroe. Edgar W. 

Monroe, Lane R. 442 

Monroe, Scott K 370 

Montague, Edward C 

Montella. Gregory J 

Montgomery. Carol D 298, 442 

Montgomery, David H 326 

Montgomery. Gary A 

Montgomery, James D 315 

Montgomery, John M 

Montgomery. John P 180 

Montgomery, Karen D. 

Montgomery. Kim 442 

Montgomery, Larry V 

Montgomery, Laura K. 

Montgomery, Lesa K. 471 

Montgomery, Mary 

Montgomery, Michael C 

Montgomery, Norman J. 

Montgomery, Philip A. 270 

Montgomery, Phillip L 

Montgomery, Roben B. 206. 207. 416 

Montgomery, Robert E. 

Montgomery, Ronald L. 

Montgomery, Shenll 

Moody, Brenda R 370 

Moody, Charles E 236, 254, 269 

283, 315, 371 
Moody,, Elizabeth L 
Moody, Jack R. 
Moody, Kimberly J. 
Moon, Glasion L 
Mooney, Bertha B 416 
Mooney, Bill H 
Mooney. Joseph F 371 
Mooney. Robert M. 332 
Moor, Morris H Jr 180 
Moore, Anna J. 371 
Moore, Anna M. 
Moore, Anne L 
Moore, Barbara R 265 
Moore, Billy W 371 
Moore, Bradley K 
Moore, Carltonia J 471 
Moore, Cary P 
Moore. Charles A 
Moore, Charles K 
Moore. Clarence R. 
Moore, Colleen C 371 
Moore, Dana L. 371 
Moore, David K 
Moore, Deborah A 
Moore, Deborah J. 
Moore, Deborah J. 
Moore, Debra L 
Moore, Donald L. 
Moore, Donna J 164 
Moore, Donna S, 
Moore, Gary N. 170, 171 
Moore, Gertrude A. 371 
Moore, Gregory A, 471 
Moore, John S 371 
Moore, Joseph M 
Moore. Kenneth L. 
Moore. Kimberly J, 442 
Moore, Linda J. 
Moore. Marcella C 
Moore, Maria R 

Moore, Marsha K 268. 318. 371 
Moore. Mildred J 471 
Moore, Nancy C. 
Moore, Nancy Lynn 
Moore, Norman R. 
Moore, Pamela A. 
Moore, Ramonda D 471 
Moore, Sally A 254. 295 
Moore. Sara M 
Moore, Sherry L 
Moore. Stanley 
Moore, Sieve 256 
Moore, Susan N. 471 
Moore. Thelma M. 
Moore, Thomas E. Jr. 
Moore. Thomas J 
Moore. Trudy 252 



Moore. Vernon M 

Moore, William E 

Moores, Alan Y 283 

Moores, Martene C 371 

Moores, Tammy J 270, 442 

Moorman, John 

Morefield. Judy L B 

Morehead. Lisa A 471 

Moretz, Virginia B 

Morgan. Biilye C 371 

Morgan, Came P 

Morgan, Conslance E 

Morgan. Deborah A 416 

Morgan, Deborah D 

Morgan, Elizabeth A 310 

Morgan, Ernest C 

Morgan, Freda A. 

Morgan. Gary L 

Morgan, Howard R Sr. 

Morgan, Keith P 

Morgan, Kenneth Jr 471 

Morgan. Larry W 

Morgan, Leslie G 

Morgan. Linda C 442 

Morgan. Nathan H 

Morgan, Patsy J 

Morgan, Paul W 371 

Morgan, PrlsciHa 

Morgan, Robin K 

Morgan. Scoll M 263, 471 

Morgan, Shanon K G 

Morgan. Steven fl 

Morgan, Theresa J 472 

Morgan, Wilham J 209 

Morphew, Debra J 264, 416 

Morrett, John A 416 

Morns. Ardis L 

Morns, ArriHa M 

Morns, Betty L 

Morns, Brenda C. H. 

Morris, Carl L 

Morris, Donna L 

Morris, Frank fl 

Morris, Gary L 

Morris, Harold T 416 

Morns. James M 324, 396 

Morris, James T 

Morns. Joyce A 

Morris. Kathryn A 

Morris, Kathy L 

Morris, Lee L 472 

Morns, Leonard L 

Morris, Luann M 271 

Morns. Manel S 

Morns, Michael J 

Morns, Patricia A 

Morris, Richard R 

Morns. Ronald W 

Morris, Sifura 251 

Morns, Sylvia J 281, 371 

Morns. Tern J 371 

Morris Chairman William 147 

Morris, William F 

Morris, William H 

Morrison, Danny R 

Morrison, Dnnda R 295 

Morrison, James K. 

Morrison, Ken 

Morrison, Kevin G 

Morrison. Nanette M. 

Morrison, Sandra K. P 

Morrlssey. Janet E 

Morrissey, Margaret M. 

Morrow, David L. 

Morrow. Donna U 

Morrow. James D 278, 472 

Morrow, John K 

Morton, Herbert L. 

Morton, Kent H 

Morton, Larry W 

Morton. Ruth K 

Morwessei. Barbara A 

Moseley. Robert L 

Moser, Karen E 248, 271 

Moser, Rebecca S 

Moser, Robert G 270 

Moser, Robert M II 

Moser, Tncia A. 

Mosgrove, Scott W. 196 

Mosher. Charles A. 

Mosher, Joyce L. 

Mosher, Waiter C, 

Mosier. Darrell R. 

Mosley, Rubm L. 

Moss, Betty A. 

Moss, David W 

Moss, Deborah L. 246, 416 

Moss, Melody P 

Moss. Nancy A 371 

Moss, Pete 249 

Mossolli, Jennifer A, 

Mote. Luis R. 

Mote. Rhonda 

Motsch, William A. Jr. 

Mott, Jeannine S. 269, 270. 276 

371 
Moubray. Doris M. 
Mounce, Carolyn S. 
Mounce, Patricia L 
Mounie, Teresa L 442 
Mounts, David N 
Mounts, Susan D. 442 
Mowers, Lorie L 
Mowles, Jerry M 416 
Moxiey. Dennis fl. 
Moyer, Carolyn S, 
Moyer, Deborah A. 
Mozer, Scott R. 
Mudd, Joseph L 
Mudd, Mary K, 
Mudd. Robert J 
Mudd. Susan K. 

Mueller, Donna M 216. 217. 371 
Mueller, Robert A 
Muench, Belh A. 
Mul, Ruth B 

Mulberry, Rhonda F 442 
Muicahey. Mary A 239, 248. 252 

265, 274, 371 
Muicehy, Jennie C 
Mulkins, Paula J 416 
Mullen, Kevin P. 
Mullen. Mary D. 371 
Mulligan. Patricia L. 



Mulligan. Patricia S 

Mullln, Mark E 442 

Muillneaux. Maniu 371 

Muliins. Angela 

Muliins, Barbara J 

Muliins, Carl L 

Muliins, Deborah K 277, 315. 416 

Mutlins, Debra L 472 

Muliins, Dons C 

Muliins, Gerald W 

Muliins, Judy A 

Muilins, Judy L. 332 

Muliins, Leslie J, 295 

Muliins, Linda J. 

Muliins, Lisa A 

Muliins, Mariene T 

Muliins, Coach Martha 214 

Muliins. Michael E 442 

Muitins. Michelle S 

Muliins. flejeana K 321, 371 

Muilins, flowetta K 416 

Muliins, Sally R 

MuMins, Shelby R 416 

Mullms, Susan E 321 

Muliins. Treva L. 442 

Mullms, Vicki R. 442 

Muliins, Willard H. 

Mullms. William R, 

Mums, George 132 

Munch, Sharon L. 

Muncie. Debora F 

Muncy. Hope M, 

Muncy, Margaret E, 

Muncy, Mary C, 

Muncy, Teresa A. 371 

Muncy, Vernon 

Mundy, John A 

Munford. Daniel C 442 

Munn, Gary T. 

Munn, Thomas R. 

Munson. Jane E. 256 

Muntz, Charles E, 

Murakami, Ree Y. 

Murphy, Bruce A. 416 

Murphy, Carol 0. 

Murphy, Danny A 

Murphy, David R 

Murphy. Ginger A 442 

Murphy, Jeffrey D 270, 318. 326 

416 
Murphy, Joseph T 
Murphy, Kathie M 
Murphy, Linda A. 
Murphy, Lynn A. 371 
Murphy, Patratha A. 
Murphy, Patricia A. 
Murphy, Patricia A 
Murphy, Paul F. 
Murphy, Paulette C 
Murphy, Sheila J 442 
Murphy, Sherry L 416 
Murphy, Steven K 306 
Murphy, William H Jr. 
Murray, Alice M 
Murray, Brenda K 
Murray, Darlene 
Murray, Glenda R. 371 
Murray, Lowell L 
Murray. Lynda J 
Murray. Nancy I. 
Murray, Robert L. 
Murray, Timothy J 
Murretl, Vernon D 
Murta, Donna L 
Musch, Jennifer L 472 
Muse, Ira G 

Mushrush, William J 259 
Music, Brenda J, 416 
Music, Bngitle R 472 
Music, Sherry L 416 
Mustek, Farrell D 
Mussman, Laura A 
Musumeci, John J 
Muth, Mary L. 
Myers, Charles S 
Myers, Deborah L. 
Myers, Ernest N 238, 371 
Myers, Joseph C 442 
Myers, Kent E. 170 
Myers, Tom 104, 105. 285 
Myers, Vicki R 
Mynatt, Donald N 
Mynatt, Linda S 



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Naderi, Shardad 
Nadorff, Bruce J 
Naegel, Kimberly A. 328 
Nagei, Kimberly A. 
Nailing, Graiin 
Naie. Michael L 
Naiiey. Donald M 396 
Nally, Kevin J 200 
Nance, DavidA 371 
Nance, Jamie B. 
Nance, Janice D. J. 
Nance, Susan B, 472 
Nance, William L. 
Nankivell, Steve E 322, 323 
Nanney, Joseph R 442 
Nantz, Hobart J. 
Nantz, Julia K, 472 
Nantz, Robert E. 416 
Napier. Carig A. 
Napier. David L 
Napier. Jeffery 371 
Napier. John S 
Napier. Kevin F 
Napier, Lou A 472 
Napier, Mark R 442 
Napier. Michael R 
Napier. Oramious Jr. 
Napier. Patricia A, 372 
Napier. Ronnie L. 
Napier. Ronnie L, 
Napier. Ronnie W. 
Napier. Rosaline 
Napier. Sharon M 
Napier, Teresa M 
Napier, William K 



Narcise. Annette M 442 

Nash, Susan M 

Nathan, Anthony D 

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 

ASSOCIATION 264 
Nauiargar, Smlng 372 
Nave, Darva M 472 
Nave, Denise 312, 442 
Nave, Patricia L 310 
Naylor, Derrick C 
Naylor. Georganna J. 
Naylor, Laura J 
Naylor, Lisa A 
Ndelru. Odllia N 
Ndeiry, Odeieci Neh 281 
Ndefru, Zama Kimba 281, 372 
Ndefru. Odilia N 
Neace, Charles W 
Neace. Oavid R 
Neace, Sharon L 
Neace, Susan C 
Neal, Brenda S 
Neal. David M 180 
Neal. Diane C 
Neal. Sheila A. 
Neal, Virginia E 50. 272, 282 

305, 372 
Neal. Wilma 
Neate, Raymond D 472 
Neel. Jordan C 
Neeley, Odessa D 
Neely, Craig E 
Netf. Holly J 472 
Nefl. Robin A. 
Nelderman, Ernest M 
Neidhart, John E 416 
NeiKirk, Jean A 
Neikirk, Joseph F 
Nikirk, Randall E 305. 472 
Neil, James M. 
Nellt, Kathryn E 
Neill, Vernon R Jr Dr 129 
Nelson, Aiiyn E 
Nelson. Charles L Jr 
Nelson. David S 
Nelson. Donna C 416 
Nelson. E Mane 
Nelson. Gregory S 
Nelson. James A 45, 176, 160 

182. 184. 245, 258. 316 
Nelson, Jennifer B 372 
Nelson, Jerry M 416 
Nelson, Linda J 
Nelson, Lucie J 
Nelson, Rebecca P 
Nelson, Ronald W 
Nemec, Beverly J 
Nelheriand, Jerry W 472 
Neuhaus. Chris E 
Neumann. Karen M 257, 372 
Neumann, Thomas W 
Neville. Dona J 247. 416 
Nevitt, Marjone A 472 
New. Nancy L 416 
New. Rhode J 416 
Newby. Barbara 
Newby. Julia L 
Newby, Michael L 
Newby, Phyllis A. 396 
Newcom. Karm G 321, 332, 416 
Newell, Penny L 286. 442 
Newhall. Anne W 
Newkirk. Deborah K 
Newkirk, Michael P 372 
Newland, Phyllis B 
Newiand. Timothy J 
Newman, Anthony 
Newman, Robbm D 
Newman, Stephanie 
Newman, Thomas W 
Newmann. Karen 224, 235 
Newsom, Teresa C 
Newsom, Thelma L 
Newsome, BuHer E 472 
Newsome, Donald E Jr 472 
Newsome. Eleanor M 
Newsome, Joel L 
Newsome, Larry D 251, 372 
Newsome, Mary M 
Newsome, Palncia A 134 
Newsome, Tana W 246 
Newton, Bill M 
Newton, Charles A 
Newton, Deborah A. 278 
Newton, Elizabeth H 
Newton, James C 
Newton, James D 280 
Newton. Marcus A 
Newton, Mariene W 
Newton, Paul E 247, 396 
Newton, Sherni M 303, 322 
Ng, Joyce A 
Niblack, Janyce R 
Niceiey, Martha L 
Nichols, Eugene D Jr 
Nichols, Phyllis E. 
Nichols, Sally A 472 
Nichols. Teresha F 
Nicholson. Shelia J. 
Nickeli. Anne J 
Nickels. Mary J 472 
NIckies, flobin P 
Nickies, Thomas P 
Nickoson, Richard L 
Nicosia, Americo M 
Niece, Hoover D 
Niederheimar, Kimberly 472 
Nief, Linda S 297, 442 
Nienaber, Mary A. 
Nihart, Jack B. 

Niles. Deborah L 172, 213. 255 
Nlies, Randolph D 
Nivln. Jody A 472 
Nix. Thomas J 
Nixon, Catherine A K 
Nixon, Danny K 330 
Nixon, Kalhryn J 330. 392 
Noah, Douglas A. 167 
Noble. Orlando Jr 
Noble, Sharon L. 
Noble. Susan D 
Noble, Tony 
Nobles. Mitchell L. 
Nobles, flue S 



H/lil-Nob/lndex 499 



Noblelt. Kenneth E. 

Noe, Debra A. 280 

Noe, Mary D 

Noe. Sally C. 

Noel. Ann M, 

Noel. Dana J. 284 

Noel, Gary L, 170. 209 

Noel, Gregory K. 

Noel. John M 442 

Noel, Sheila C. 

Noftsger. Phyllis J- 

Noger. lona M 

Noger. Martin A. 

Nolan, Holly J. H. 

Nolan. Lawrence R. 372 

Nolan, Pamela L 

Nolan, Robert S 

Nolan, Scott 

Noland, Susan M 322 

Noonan, James L. 

Nophs, Linda S. 

Nortleel. Charles E 

Nortleel, Jolynn 

Norfleel, Lgrry D. 

Norfleet, Richard H. 264, 372 

Norman, Anita L 

Norman, Gordon W 

Norman, William J. 

Norris, Bert T 

Norris. Charles L 

Norris, Debra S 

Norris, Dorothy M. 

Norris. Gerald B 

Norris, Isaac J 

Norris, Jayne A 318 

Norris. Jeffrey L. 328 

Norris, Marc J 

Norris, Nancy A 442 

Norris, Reed B 

Norris, Rickie L 

Norris. Virginia A. 278 

Norns, Von J 

North, Patricia T 

North, Thomas L 

North, Tim A 

Northcutt. Bonnie K. 

Northcull, Monty L, 

Nortbcun, Ronnie K. 

Norton, Catherine R. 

Norton, Jeffrey H. 

Norton, Join K 

Norton, Lisa A 216, 472 

Norton, Mary 

Novak. Patricia J 392 

Noviasky. Michael 

Noyes, Jeffrey R. 

Nuckles. Etla M. 

Nuckies, Vina S 

Nunley, Robert L Jr 

Nonn, Charles C 

Nunn, Robin J. 157 

Nutlall, Mary K, 442 

Nutter. Dean J 306 

Nutter. Keith 168 

Nyerges, Helen P 372 



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Oakes. Debbna A. 442 

Oakes. Frank W 442 

Oakes. Robert G 

Oakley. Jonathan 315. 442 

Oakley. Lloyd D 

Oaks. Calvin J 

Oaks, Treva S 

Oaks, Wanda f^ 

Oast, Thomas H 

Oatley, Douglas W 

O'Banion, Leesa K 205, 373 

O'Banion, Leona G 

Ober. Jenni 279 

Ober. Patricia M 

Ober. Virgin-a E 290, 442 

Obiefule, Felix N 281, 373 

O'Brien, Bryan K 

O'Brien, Daniel L 373 

OBrien, John P 

O'Brien, Kenneth O 

O'Bfyan, William J. 

O'Callaghan, Dee A 

Ochs, Raymond J 

Ochsenbein, Charles D. 

Ochsner, Marlin J 324, 416 

O'Connor, David F, 

O'Connor. Thomas E. 

OOaniel, Cynthia G- 

O'Daniel, Joseph P 

ODaniel, Judilh A 303 

O'Dell, Carol D. 

Oden, M'cheal L. 

Odie, Bruce W. 

Odie, James T. 

Odie, Jamie R. 

Odie, Sharon F 442 

Odom, Linda C 

Odom, Sue A. 

Odongwodolam, Vincent 252, 281, 373 

O'Donnell, Clara C. 295, 472 

O'Donnell, James W. 

O'Donnell, Kevin L. 373 

O'Donnell, Patrick J 442 

Odor, Peggy H 

Odum, Amy S. 248, 259, 279 

373 
Oeljen, Gary W. 
OHuII, Don C 
Oflahavan, Michael L 442 
Ogata, Earl T. 
Ogden, David T 
Ogden, Fredrick 128, 129 
Hara. Anne E 265, 297, 472 
O'Hearn, Dennis M 
O'Hearn, Rebecca B 416 
Ohr, Janie S. 
Okeson, William G 
Okeson, Yvonna S 472 
Okruhlica, Joseph E. 316 
Oldbam, Charlotte L 442 
Olds, Cheryl H. 277, 373 
Olds, Sondra J A 
Olds, Stuart K. 
O'Leary, Susan E. 



Olinger. Bill Jr 

dinger, Deborah K. 

Olinger. Jeffery 

Oliver, Billy L, 

Oliver, Bobby D. 

Oliver, Caria E. 

Oliver, Carol L. 

Oliver, Colin R. 416 

Oliver, Constance J. 

Oliver, Ella A. 

Oliver, Kelly R 

Oliver, Louann 373 

Oliver. Michael L 186, 188, 189 

190. 192. 193. 194, 195 
Oliver. Robin L 472 
Oliver. Sammy L. 
Oliver. Stanley R 
Ohver, Valerie S. 
Oiler. Charles B. 
Oiler, Sherrie L. 
Olson, Mary D 
OMEGA PSI PHI 334 
Omelia, Michael G 
Omer, John R 416 
Omera, Michael A 416 
Omohundro, Cynthia L. 416 
Onan, Kathy 295 
Onan, Linda S. 373 
Onan, Nell K 373 
O'Neal, Cecil R 
ONeal, Rodney E 315, 416 
O'Neill, Carolyn H 
Onel, Dana 273 
OnksL Gary D 417 
Onksl, Glen A. 
Opell, Donald R 
Opperud, Kalhalene A. 417 
Oppmann, Pat G 
Oraini, Musaad A 
Oraini, Musaad A 
Orange, Janel L 
Orchard, Cleyone J. 
Ordel, Marcia A 
Orem, Sluart W 
Orias, Larry D 
Orlando, Joseph F 
Orlando, Sharon H 
Orleck, Janice L 
Orme, Janel R. 373 
Orme, Mark A 
Ormes, Joseph G 
Ormsby, Barbara P 
Orourke, Catherine M 322, 442 
Orrender, William J. 175, 300 
Osborn, Donna K 310, 373 
Osborn, Terri D. 
Osborne, Ann K B 
Osborne, Anthony P 
Osborne, Ben M 
Osborne, Cheryl A 
Osborne, Connie E. 
Osborne. David W, 
Osborne, Donald M. 
Osborne, EIna D 
Osborne, Gregory 
Osborne, John L 
Osborne, Regina 
Osborne, Sandra G R. 
Osbourn, VincenI P 472 
Osbourne, Mary E 472 
Osley, Anna P 
Osley, Cornelia A 442 
Osman, Mala J. 
Oster, Jetlery M 324 
Oster, Sharon K 472 
Othman, Thana T 
Otis, John A. 
On, Jacky A 
OH, William Jr 
Often, Marsha A 246, 417 
Otter, Edith V 373 
Olto, Fred H III 
Ono, Gary L 
Ousley. Larry J. 
Ousley, Mary K, 
Ouzts, Terry A 
Overall, Dana C 
Overbay, Effie J 
Overberg, Lorna A 
Overman, Jill L 442 
Overmyer. Donna L 
Overstreel. William A. 
Overton. Beth A 
Owen. Lundon T 
Owen. Richard T 392 
Owen, Roger T 
Owens, Betty 
Owens, Beverley B. 
Owens. Brian J. 
Owens. C Coby 275. 442 
Owens. Curtis R 
Owens, George M. 
Owens, Gregory A. 
Owens, Jackie L 
Owens, Jeffrey L 
Owens, John K, 
Owens, Karen 
Owens, Mark H 
Owens, Marlene K. D. 
Owens, Mary J 
Owens, Monte H 
Owens, Norma L 
Owens, Onna K H 
Owens, Ronnie L. 
Owens, Slacey L 312, 472 
Owens, Terry L 
Owings. Kimberly E. 
Owsley, Curtis L 
Owsley, Faith A. K, 
Owsley. Robert A. 
Oyler, Richard W 



Pack, Linda S. 

Pack, Vickie L. 374 
Padan, Georgette 254 
Padgett, Anita J 374 
Padgett, Barbara A. 442 
Padgen, Lee A. Jr 
Padron, Maria A 
Page, James E. 
Page, Palncia A. 372 
Page, Steven D. 
Page, William E Jr 300 
Pagett, Denise I. 396 
Paglialungo, Mane 
Pahnke, Sophia M. H. 
Paige, Brenda L. 
Paine, Renee F. 
Painter. Lydta J. 472 
Painter, Matthew A. 
Painter, Patricia S. 297. 374 
Painter, Peggy A 210, 211 
Pail, Harold R. Jr 
Pakenham. William J 
Palaisa, Elizabeth M 
Palaisa, Katherine M. 472 
Palaisa, Melanie K. 
Palillo, John D. Jr 
Palillo, Paul A. 
Palm, Beth A. E 318 
Palm, James R. 
Palm, Pern 263 
Palmer, Carl M. 
Palmer, Debra S. 249. 442 
Palmer, Douglas E Jr. 
Palmer, Jeffrey M 
Palmer, Karen S 310, 332 
Palmer, Lisa M. 328 
Palmer, Manbeth 326 
Palmer, Michael A 
Palmer, Susan M 318 
Palmer, William R Jr, 
Palmer-Ball. Helen H 443 
Palmer-Ball. Mary E 417 
Palmer-Ball, Virginia 472 
Palmore, Lili C. 
Palumbo. John A II 
Paizell. Alex 264 
Panagos, Evangela S. 
PANHELLENIC 337 
Panzarella, Sheryl A. 
Papania, Brent W 
Pape, Martha C 374 
Parekh, Shirish V 
Pans, Joy L. 
Paris, William 270 
Parise, James 
Park, Karl S. 
Park, Kathy 303 
Park, Linda T 
Park, Mary K. 
Park. Sharon G 
Parke, David B 277, 374 
Parke, Douglas R. 
Parke, Fritz 249 
Parke. Randy S. 
Parker, Albert M 180 
Parker, Benjamin L 
Parker, Claudia N. 
Parker, Connie D. 
Parker. Dabney E. 
Parker, Danny L. 374 
Parker, Deborah K. 
Parker, Debra J 306, 374 
Parker, Glena A. 279, 443 
Parker, Gregory F. 
Parker, James K 322, 337 
Parker, James S 374 
Parker, Jim E. 
Parker, Joann 443 
Parker, John B Jr 443 
Parker. Michael L 374 
Parker, Michael W 322 
Parker, Michael W 322 
Parker, Raoul J 
Parker, Robert N. 
Parker, Scott A 
Parker, Susan E. 
Parker, Wanda M. P. 
Parkey, Sandra L 374 
Parkey, William H 
Parkhurst, James C 
Parkhurst, John C 328, 443 
Parks, Boyd D 



Parks. Carol A 

Parks. Deborah L 

Parks, Eugene R 

Parks, J. Thomas III 

Parks, James G 

Parks, Jarmilia A. 

Parks, Juran D 

Parman, William M 324 

Parmley, Norman R 

Parmley, Vicki S D 

Parnell, Merle A 417 

Parrelt, Tern L 

Parretl, Tonila J 443 

Parrrs, Donald W. 

Parris, Ellen L 252, 257. 375 

Parris, Sharon 252, 257, 268 

375 
Parris, William L 417 
Parrish, Dale M. 
Parrisb, Debra L. 
Parrish, Floyd B. 
Parrish, Patti B 
Parroco, Chanty F 
ParroH, Jane M 
Parroll, Jams M 375 
Parroti, John F 
ParrotI, Opal A 
Parroti, Ray A 
Parrott, Sharon K. 
Parrott, Wiley K 
Parrotte, Roger W 
Parry, Susan K 
Parson, Jennifer M 
Parson. Ronald E 
Parson, Wilbur 
Parsons, Billie A 248, 270, 297 

417 
Parsons, Christy A 417 
Parsons, Dale W 
Parsons, Deborah H 
Parsons, Donald E 
Parsons, Ida J 
Parsons, John D 375 
Parsons, Joyce A 472 
Parsons, Kathy J 
Parsons, Kimberlee J 310 
Parsons, Mary P 310 
Parsons, Molly S 472 
Parsons, Sandra L. 
Parsons, Sandra M 
Parsons, Susan D 318 
Parsons, William J 
Partin, Darren W 472 
Partin, Ronnie R. 
Partlov^e, George H 266 
Paschall, Jimmy D 
Pasco, Deborah L M. 320, 321, 417 
Pasley, Randall S 
Pasquanello, Lori J. 
Pasquel, Anna C 
Passenant, Donald G. 375 
Paslirik, Michael R. 
Pate. Edward M 326 
Pate, Elizabeth S 
Pate, Mark T 326 
Pate, Raleigh S 
Patrick, Alfred 142 
Patrick, Catherine E 417 
Patrick, Donald M. 270 
Patrick, Edith S 
Patrick, Jackie A 
Patrick, Lisa K 
Patrick. Sleven R. 285 
Patrick. Tracy R 
Patrick, William C. 
Patrick, William D, 305 
Patten, Henry K 
Patterson, Charles E 
Patterson, Cynlhia A 472 
Patterson, Janice L 
Patterson, John E 
Patterson, John P 
Patterson, Joy M 
Patterson, Larry C. 
Patterson, Marcia D 
Panerson, Mary S 443 
Patterson, Michael S 328 
Patterson, Patricia L 
Patton, Connie J 
Patton, Dale 180 
Patton, David W 375 
PaRon, Douglas J 



Patton. Gary B. 

Patton. John W 

Patton. Michael W. 

Patton, Rebecca 375 

Patton, Rodney L. 

Patton, Ronda L 472 

Patton, Sandra 

Patton, Stanleo 

Patton, William R 

Paul. Darren F. 

Paul. Gary A, 

Paul. Jack T. , 

Paul. Jill M. 472 

Paul. Richard A. 

Paul, Sandra M, 

Paul. Wendy L. 295 

Paulson, Allan T. 

Paxson, Rita H, 

Payne, Christy L, 310 

Payne, Jacinta M. 472 

Payne, Julia M. 

Payne. Karen A, 274, 443 

Payne, Karen G 

Payne, Kimberly A. 

Payne, Robert A. 

Payne, Sherrie J, 396 

Payne, Sleven R 

Payton. Emery J. 

Payton, Leiand 

Peace, Brenda J 250, 392 

Peace, Ina K, 

Peach, James L. 

Peacock, Mark S. 

Peake, Steven T 

Pearcy, Jay B 

Pearson, Steven L 

Pearson, Wayne 

Pease, Mary Jo G. 

Peavler, Darrell G 

Peay, Eleanor A 249 

Peddicord,Greg 

Peddicord, Wanda J, 

Peden, Mary K. 

Pedigo, Kenneth W, 

Peek, Deborah L. 

Peek, Emma L. 

Peercy, Gary D. 

Peery, Daniel C 375 

Peery, Thomas G 328, 443 

Peet, Margaret M 

Pelfrey, Barbara L. 

Pelfrey, Cheri 

Pelfrey, James H 

Pelfrey. Pamela S 473 

Pelkey, David D. 

Pelkey. William L. 

Pell. Kathy L 

Pelle, Debbie J 

Pellegnno. Salvatore 253 

Pelley. Donna F 375 

Pelosi. Mike J. 

Pelstring, Richard J. 

Pena. William T. 

Pence. Margaret E. 252, 257, 267 

375 
Pence, Rita J. 
Pence, Sharon L. 321 
Pence. Stephen B. 
Pendell, Deborah S. 
Pendell. Rebecca J 417 
Pendleton. Debra S. 
Pendleton, Donald L. 
Pendleton, Sandra K. 
Pendlelon. Teresa A. 
Pendygrafi, Robert L, 
Penagor, Thomas M. 
Penman, David L. 
Penn, Bradley E. 
Penner, Judith V. 
Pennlman, Elizabeth F. 472 
Pennington, Barbara 
Pennington, Coleen K 
Pennington, Donald 
Pennington, Elizabeth 375 
Pennington, Frances K 
Pennington, George M 
Pennington, Monty R, 
Pennington, Ron R. 
Pennington, Sally B. 
Pennington, Theresa A 392 
Pennlz. Shelby J. 
Pennypacker. John R, 



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Pablan, Barbara J 303 
Pace, Betty F 
Pace, Delana K 
Pace. Jean R, 
Pace, Joseph K, 
Pace, Tommy 
Pack, Joseph 
Pack, Linda L 




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Penrod, Sherry V 

Pensinger, Virginia J. 

Peol, Lynn A 

Pequignot. Lisa B 

Perclful. John L. 

Perdue. Berl Jr. 

Perdue, Charles B Jr. 

Perdue. David G 

Pergrem. Clark D 

Pergrem. William C, 

Perkins, Arthur E. Jr. 

Perkins. Daniel W 

Perkins, Forde 

Perkins, James M 

Perkins, Jo A, 

Perkins, Joe M. 306. 375 

Perkins, Lenora L. 

Perkins. Paul F. 

Perkins. Robert 0. 

Perkins, Sandy C 172 

Perkins. Sharon F 

Perkins, Suzanne 417 

Perkins. Thomas R 

Perkins, Vicki S. 443 

Perkins, William H 264 

Perkins. William H 

Perkins. William R 306. 337 

Perkowski, Joseph 254, 275, 417 

Perks. Vadina A. 

Perme, Leanne H. 375 

Pern, Debra A, 

Perrin. Rachel E. 

Perrlne. Peggy S 

Perruzzi. Tinamarie 

Perry. Anna M, 

Perry. Cess 326 

Perry. Dawn C. 

Perry, Deborah K, 443 

Perry. Deborah L 

Perry. Earnest L 

Perry, Elissa A 249, 315. 417 

Perry. Han A. 

Perry, Lee C. Jr. 

Perry, Lisa R 

Perry, Rena A. 

Perry. Rodney T, 392 

Perry. Timothy D. 

Perry, Wanda F. 

Perry, William D. 

PERSHING RIFLES 278 

Pesavenlo. Edward J 

Pesci, Lee M 

Pesci. William L 

Peters, Annena R 

Peters. OAvid M 

Peters, Deborah C 443 

Peters. Dorothy A 

Peters. Joanna M 473 

Peters, Kathleen 266. 417 

Peters, Larry W. 

Peters, Lou F. 

Peters, Rhonda 417 

Peters. Teresa L. 

Peters, Teresa S. 

Pelers, Velma K 

Peters. Vick. L 49, 473 

Peterson, Alan P 392 

Peterson, Allhaire D 

Peterson. Bill S. 

Peterson, Daniel R. 

Peterson, David S 

Peterson. Debra M. 

Peterson, Janet E 247. 303. 322 

443 
Peterson, Jean A 
Peterson. Karen E. 
Peterson, Robert G. 
Pelil)ean. Herbert C. 
Peliljean. Marcus F 443 
Petrey, David A. 270, 280. 375 
Petrey, Margaret B 
Petrey, Sandra E 
Petlibone, Kara J 272 
Pettibone. Lmda K 
Pettit. James A. 
Penit, Wendy L. 267, 473 
Petty, James H 
Pelzold. Gloria V 

Pewlher, Micbael J 263, 316. 375 
Ptaadt, Richard L 
Pfalzgraf, Lmda M 
PfeHer. Claire F 
PfeMler, Cynihia E. 443 
PleHer, Kimberly A 330. 375 
Pleifer, Jacqueline G. 
Pleiter. Jeanne C 
Pleiter, Lauren A. 
Ptotenhauer, Harriet 
Phatf, Susan M. 
Phelps. Catberine A. 
Phelps, Danny J 
Phelps. Derek B 
Phelps. Hollis B 
Phelps, Jane M 443 
Pbelps. John B. 
Phelps. Leslie J. 
Phelps. Mary L. 
Phelps. Michael E. 
Phelps. Patty A 
Phelps, Rinnie J 
Phelps. Tern Y 
PHI ALPHA THETA 356 
PHI BETA LAMBDA 281 
PHI DELTA THETA 316, 317 
PHI EPSILON KAPPA 253 
Philbeck, Rosalind B. 
Phllljppe, Beverly J. 
Phillippe. Bonnie L. 
Phillips, Amy L. 375 
Phillips, Bradley R 167 
Phillips, Col. Charles 115 
Phillips. Deborah K 303 
Phillips. Diane B 443 
Phillips. Geraldine R. 
Phillips, James S 170 
Phillips. Karen C 
Phillips, Kenneth A 279 
Phillips, Laura K. 
Phillips, Michael G. 
Phillips, Odell 253 
Phillips. Rhonda L 262, 443 
Phillips. Robert J 
Phillips. Sherry M. 473 
Phillips. Stephanie H. 
Phillips. Steve F. 



Phillips, Steven R. 375 

Phillips, Susah D 375 

Phillips, Susan S 

Phillips. Teresa J. 443 

Phillips, Thomas M 

Philon. Cleophas 

Philpot. Gordon 

Philpot, Norma S W. 

Philpol, Timothy R. 

Philpott. Kathie L 284 

PHI MU 318. 319 

Phipps, Deborah M 

Phipps, Sarah L 443 

Phipps, William fl 375 

PHI UPSILON OMICRON 246 

Phoenix, Larry A 

PhoeniK, Lucinda J 

PI BETA PHI 320, 321 

Pickenll. James M 

Pickett. Alan K. 

Pickett, Ann G. 417 

Pickett. Darrell G. 

Picou. Marc T 

Picton, Tammi L. 

Pieper, Mary A. 

Pieper, Maruice D Jr. 

Pieper, Wayne C 290, 324 

Pieraerts, Vincent J. 

Pierce. Dale E 

Pierce, Donald W 

Pierce, Eddie W 

Pierce, Jerry D. 

Pierce, Karen H 

Pierce, Kimmie M 

Pierce. Lisa M 

Pierce. Mark B 

Pierce. Randall 

Pierce, Sharon C 

Piercetield, Tamra A, 473 

Piercy, Larry J 

Piercy. Lawrence C 

Pierson, Mary R 473 

Pigg, David L 

Ptgg. Sammie E Jr 170. 209, 375 

Pigg, Victoria L 328, 417 

Pigman, Curtis H. 

Pigman. Dwight M. 

Pigue. Ltbbie L. T, 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 322, 323 

Pike. Alan A. 

Pike. Rebecca A B. 

Pike. Robert E. 253 

Pike Steven G 

Pillay, Muthaiya 

Ping. Robert 

Pingleton, William K. 

Pinkston, David C 473 

Pinkslon, Ruth R 375 

Pmler, Steve S 280 

PI OMEGA PI 255 

Piper, James A 

Pipes. Chernce V. 473 

Pippen. Scott D 

Pisetsky, Eileen 417 

Pitakos, Robert A 332 

Pitman. Charles E 

Pitman. Jane C 

Pillman. Hannah M. 

PiOman, Michael D. 

Pitts. Rickie D. 375 

Pitts. Tolene H 

Pitz. Stephen A 170. 277. 393 

Placek. Steven 

Placke, Margie L. 

Plageman, Denise 

Planck. Dallas D 

Plante. Mary B 

Pleasant, Judy A 318 

Pleasants. James K. 197, 258 

Plenz, Debra S. 330. 375 

Plowman. Edward C 

Plummer, Bonnie J C 

Plummer. James K. 

Plummer, Jams L. 277, 473 

Plummer. Mary L 

Plummer. Pamela L. 

Plunken. Kathy L. 

Plyman. James E. 

Poe, Darlene 443 

Poe. Howard D 

Poe. Richard D 

Poe, Susan L 

Poer. Teresa E 

Pogge, George W 

Poland, Martha J. 

Poland. Sandra 396 

Poleale. Herbert B Jr. 

Polin. Tille P. 

Pollard, Winston L. 

Polley. Monde B. 295 

Pollilt, Deborah S 

Pollitt, Jeft G 300 

Pollitte, Vicki G 310 

Pollock, Sandra E. T 

Pollock, Steven R 

Polly. Camelia S 473 

Polsgrove, Marva S. 443 

Polston. Christine 

Polston. Leonidus H 

Polvino, Dr Gen 212 

Poncer, Jonathan L. 

Poole, Charles D. 443 

Poole. Dolores 

Poole, James M 

Poole, Kathy L. 

Poole, William D. 

Pope. James D 

Pope, James M. 

Pope. Kalhy A 

Pope. Lindsay F 310 

Pope. Patricia L 

Pope, Ruby R 

Pope. Stacy L 

Pope. Steven D 

Poppas. Michael 

Poppas. Stephen C. 

Poppiewell, Kathy J. K. 

Popplewell. Robbie A. 

Porritt. Timothy R, 

Porter. Daniel R, 

Porter. David M 

Porter. Deborah E. 

Porter. Diane K, 417 

Porter. Kathy R 473 

Porter, Marlee C 



Porter, Martha M 

Porter. Malthew L 

Porteus. G Jean 

Posey. Dean Robert 150 

Posey, Ronald G. 473 

Posey, Teresa M 273, 396 

Possehl, Andrea H 

Poslon, Connie L. 

Potensky. Mary J 473 

Potler, Rhonda C 310 

Potter, Shirley Y. 

Potts. Bernard A 278 

Potts, Brian D 473 

Potts. Craig A 

Potts. Edilh M, 375 

Potts, James C 

Potts. Janet G. 

Potts, Jonell 

Potts. Roger L. 

Powell. Alma Y 

Powell, Cynthia M. 255 

Powell. David K. 

Powell. David M. 

Powell. Deborah 

Powell, Debra M 

Powell, Donna L. M. 

Powell. Elizabeth C. 

Powell. Glenn B 

Powell. Gregory W. 

Powell, Howard B 

Powell, Dr. J. C 8, 96, 97, 383 

393 
Powell. Jerry W. 
Powell, John R. 
Powell, Julie A. 
Powell, Karen E. 
Powell, Kathy E. 417 
Powell. Kim 214, 473 
Powell, Loretia K, 
Powell, Loretta S. 
Powell, Lynn L. 
Powell, Mary K. 
Powell. Richard 
Powell, Shelby R Jr 
Powers, Archie B 
Powers. Deborah A. 
Powers, Dr Betty 122 
Powers. Frank M III 170, 171 
Powers. Terry L. 
Powers. Wanda L. 
Poynter, Betty M 
Poynler, Carolyn D 
Poynter. Deborah M 
Poynter, Elsie K 
Prapawat, Pansm 393 
Prater, Arthur B Jr 164, 180 
Prater, Danny K. 
Praler, Ethan D. 
Praler, Michael E. 
Prater, Mitchell 
Prater, Otis Jr. 
Prater, Ramona J. 
Prather, Carl G. 
Prather. Cynlhia 
Prather. Everett W. Jr, 
Prather. James R 
Prather, Kimberly E 443 
Prather, Palncia J 310. 443 
Prather, Peggy L 
Prather, Roberta F 
Prather. Sharon K 
Prather. Wilham T. 375 
Pratt. William D II 224, 252. 265 
Preece, Glendine 417 
Preece, James T 
Preece, Myrtle H 
Preece. Pamela K. 396 
Prerraerls. R. F 281 
Prescott, Morris 
Presley. Gary A, 
Presley, Michael K. 
Presnell, Nancy C 284 
Preston, Connie S Y. 
Preston, David B. 305 
Preston, Delores L. 
Preston. Dennis A. 
Preston. Diana W. 
Preston, Keith M. 
Preston, Marilyn C- 
Preslon, Mark E. 
Preston, Mary W. 
Preston, Michael 
Preston, Richard A 375 
Preston, Rick E 473 
Preston, Robert K, 
Preston. Valerie K. 
Preston, Walter L, 
PrewiH, Bobby R, 
Prewitt, Charles P. 
Prewitt, Cindy L 
Prewitt, Donna J 
Prewitt, Edna B 
PrewiH. Kenna L 312. 473 
Prewitt, Pamela G 473 
Prewitt, William C. 
Pribble. Shawn R. 
Price, Cyd L. 
Price. Darlene L. 
Price. David D. 
Price. Earl R. 
Price. Elaine 
Price. Garry L, 375 
Price, Gene M. 
Price. Harry F. 376 
Price. Jamie L. 473 
Price, Joyce M. 
Price, Kalhenne O 443 
Price. Loren C 
Price, Marian L 
Price. Martha A 383 
Price, Mary V. 
Price. Marybeth 310 
Price. Paul M. 
Price, Richard J 278 
Price, Stanley A. 443 
Price, Tammy L 473 
Pnchard. Elmer L 
Prichard. Mike D 
Prichard. Robyn J 267, 281, 473 
Prichard. William J III 301 
Pridemore, Randy S 
Pridemore. William K. 
Priest, Janice L 
Priest. Richard P 
Priest. Stephen R 443 



Priestley. Timothy W 

Prince, James D 

Prince, Lmda S 273. 443 

Prllchard, William J 275. 300. 417 

Prilchett, Cynthia L. 473 

Proctor, Mary L 417 

Proctor, Naomi J 

ProHiH. Charles R. 

Prolitl. Teresa L 473 

Protitt, Terry L 

PROGRESS 288, 269 

Propes. Janel L 

Propps. Jeffrey D 

Prosser, Mark A 269. 443 

Prow, Gregory L. 417 

Prow, Thomas W, 473 

Pruett, Thomas W. 

Pruitt. Byron E. 

Pruin. Lois F 

Pruin. Sharon L 278, 444 

Pruitt, Victoria M 

Pryor. Richard L Jr. 

Pryor. Sharon R 444 

Pryse, Wayne R 

Pryse, William T 

PSI CHI 248 

Puangngarm. Jane C, 417 

Puckell, Bobby E 

Pucketl, David W 

Pucketl, Gloria J 

Puckett, Larry E. 

Puckett, Robert W 

Puffer. Chris 164 

Pugh, MIkel G 

Pujda. Patrick A. 

Pullen, Robert D 

Pulliam, Ann B 417 

Pulliam. Donita S. 

Pulliam, Gary S 

Pulliam, James D 

Pulliam, Laura L. 

Pulliam, Mark A. 328 

Pulliam. Melissa L 303 

Pulham. Pamela H 

Pullms, James C II 

Pumphrey, Rebecca C, 297 

Purcell, David L 

Purcell, Roger D 

Purdon, Kimberly A, 

Pursilull. Beulah M. 

Pursley. Joyce L 444 

Purves, Catherine I. 417 

Purvis. Candance S. 444 

Pyles. Vivian L 

Pysher. Franklin W, Jr. 

Pytosh, Laura A 



-Q- 



Ouaack, Nancy A. 417 
Quaies, Joanne M 

Quails. David G 324. 417 

Queries. Sara M 357, 376 

Queen, Kay L 203. 473 

Quartermous, Shern D 332 

Quick, Megan C 

Quigg. Daniel L. 

Quillen. Carol J 

Quillen, Charles R 

Quillen, Donald W 

Guillen, Mary F 

Quillm, Timolhy M 315, 396 

Quinlan, Patrick T 

Quinn, Ann R. 

Quinn, Caria M 272, 376 

Quinn, Colleen K 

Quinn, Jessie C 

Quinn, Kevin B. 

Quinn, Lee D 376 

Quinn, Manann 

Quinn. Paul E 



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Rapp. Karen M 376 

Rabe, Frances M 
Racis, Joseph J 275 
Radel, Douglas L. 444 
Rader, Alan 90 
Rader, Barbara A. 
Rader, Margaret A. 
Rader, Mary J 
Radford, Homer Jr. 
Radford. James M. 
Radike, Kathleen M. 473 
Ragland. Prentis E. 180, 258 
Raglin. Glenn E. 168 
Rague. Debbie 295 
Rahardjo. Oenus 
Rahard)o, Oenus 
Rahschulte. Chnstoph 
Railey. George A Jr 271. 417 
Rams. Calvin L. 
Rains. Glenda M. R. 
Rains, Lmda S. 
Rains, Wanda L 
Rainwater. Carolyn P. 281 
Rainwater. Harold L. 
Raisle. Ted 
Raley, Vickie W. 
Rail. Denise H. 
Ralston. Alma J. 473 
Ralston, Kenneth D. 
flalstow. Susan F. 
Rambo, Deborah K. 
Rambo, Susan K 376 
Rambone, Michael M. 
Ramey, Billy W. 417 
Ramey. Don T. 
Ramey. Sherry L S 
Ramey. Tom 337 
flamler, Christine M, 473 
Ramsay, David H 
Ramsey. Cheryl L, 
Ramsey, Donald R. 
Ramsey, Elsa 
Ramsey. Ernest R. 
Ramsey. Garry 
Ramsey. Isaac J. 
Ramsey, James F Jr. 



Ramsey, James M. 

Ramsey, James T 

Ramsey, Mary E 

Ramsey, Michael H. 

Ramsey, Oliver J 

Ramsey, William D 

Ramsey, William W 

Randall, Fannye J 

Randall, Gerrye L. F. 

Randolph. David S. 

Raney, Danny 

Rankin, Carolyn S. 

Rankin, Howard W 393 

Rankin, Jennifer L 473 

Rankin, Judith M. 

Rankin, Karen L. 263 

Rankin, Minnie W. 

Rankin, Robin L H 

Rankin, Tammie A 297, 473 

Ransdell, Barbara A. 

Ransdell, John M 

Ransdell, Kathryn T 318 

Ransom, Renee D 

Rapier. Celeste M 376 

Rapier, Eleanor E. 417 

Rapp, Dorothy R 

Rapp, Joseph E Jr 

Rapp. Lois A. V 

Rapson, Sandra K 444 

Raque, Debbie J 50, 326, 396 

Raque. Nancy L. 

Rash, Barbara A. 272, 376 

Rashel. Rod 266 

Rasmossen, Tammy M 473 

Rasner, Wade L 376 

Rates. Glen M 

Rathjens. Frank E Jr 

RatiiFf, Claude B 

RathH. Debby D 396 

Ralliff, Elizabeth A 

RathH, Frederick C 

RatliH. Garry L. 

RalliH, James B. 

RatliH, Larry D 

Rathff, Michael D. 

Rathff, Regina M, 

RalliH, Russell G. 

RathH, Shene R. 444 

Ratlerman. Elizabeth 322, 473 

Rauch. Jacob K. 

Raulerson. Terry A. 277, 376 

Rausch. Mary J 

Ravencraft. Cindy J 

Ravencraft, Michael D. 

Ravin, Sondra L. 

Rawlmgs. Raymond S. 

Rawhngs. Saihe E 248. 444 

Rawlmgs. William M 

Rawlms, Kenna L C 

Rawlins. Tammy K 

Ray, Amon S. Jr. 

Ray. Daniel L. 

Ray. Diana L 

Ray, Elmer T Jr 

Ray, Frankie L 328 

Ray. Harriett S 

Ray, Johnnie C. 

Ray, Karen F. 

Ray, Margaret E. 

Ray. Sandra L 376 

Ray. Steve C 

Ray, William J 

Rayburn, Charles W. 269. 376 

Rayburn, Frank S 

Rayburn, S Dianna 

Raymond. Annette K. 

Raymond, Ash 129 

Raymond, Deborah A 

Raymond. John A 

Razor. Edwin M. 

Rea. Sarah L. 271. 280 

Reed. Gar 265, 376 

Read. George A 

Read, James K 473 

Reader, Garry L 257. 267, 376 

Reading. Elizabeth A 473 

Reams, Lewis R 

Reams, Mary K 

Reardon, William W 473 

Reavis, John B. Jr 

Rebilas, Richarfl P 

Reck, Kevin S. 376 

Rector, Jan 318 

Hector. Man R. 

Redd, Anna L. 

Redden, Ronald D. 

Redden. Timothy F. 

Redford, Denia J 417 

Redman, Ginger A. 310 

Redman, Stephanie A. 263 

Redman, Timothy W 

Redmon, Phillip W 

Reed, Alan W. 

Reed. Amy P. 

Reed. Billy H. 

Reed. Carol 

Reed. David A 

Reed, Devm L. 

Reed, Donald W, 

Reed. Douglas E. 

Reed, Jerry L. 

Reed. Joellen 

Reed, Kimberly A 417 

Reed. Pamela G 444 

Heed. Patricia J 249, 417 

Reed, Randolph C 279 

Reed. Sharon E 

Reed. Sharon K. 

Reed. Sharon L 246, 376 

Reed, Thomas E. 

Reed. Thomas E. 

Reed, Thomas J. 

Reed. Vicki J- 

Reed. William D 

Reeder. Judith A. 

Reedy. Bob W 444 

Reedy. Or Charles 153 

Reedy. Michelle L 262. 444 

Rees, Donna 252 

Rees. Edie A. 

Reese. Edgar N jr 

Reese. Judy L 

Reese. Mary E. 376 

Reese. Stephanie J. 

Reese. Vanessa D. W. 

Heeser. Douglas C. 396 



Pen-Ree/lndex 501 



Reeves, Charlotte M. 

Reeves. Danny C 252, 376 

Reeves. Don G 324 

Reeves. Elizabeth G. 376 

Reeves. Julie A. 

Reeves. MaurKa A, 

Reeves. Sandra J 266 

Reeves. Stephen J 

ReHett. Renee A 376 

Reffitt, David P 

Regan. Kalhie J 

Reglnelli, Beth A. 

Rehkamp. Karen M. 473 

Rebm, Car! D 

Reichard, Cindy M. 

Reid. Delphia R- 

Reid. Janice F H. 

Reid. Jonathan C 

Reld, Steven E. 417 

Reid. Steven H 

Reigelman. Sandra D. 

Relk. Curtis A 

Relk. Rita F 

Reilly. Amy S 

Remhardt. Elizabeth 417 

Reinle. John F 

Reis, Baja 261. 303 

Rels, Jennifer 303 

Reis. Neva J 

Reiser, Barbara J. 

Reister, Davrd J 270 

Reitz. Chris J 

Relford, Faye V 

Renaker. Deborah E. 271. 297. 444 

Renaker, Sharon L. 270, 473 

Renfro. James M 

Renlro. Kathenne C. 

Renfro. Pamela J. M. 

Renfroe, Julia E 

Renfrew, Jimmy L. 

Renner, Victoria A. 173, 210, 211 

417 
Renners. Sharon A. 
Rennin, Karen J 444 
Rennirt. Kalhy E 473 
Rennlrt. Ronda G 264, 416 
Renshaw. David W 
Renshaw, Margaret L 
Repper. Frank S 270 
Reppert, Kathryn 
Reser, Eleanor C. 
Reyes, Karen L. 474 
Reyes, Theresa P 376 
Reyher, Susan E, 
Reynolds, Arkie S 474 
Reynolds, Bobby J. 
Reynolds, Carolyn S. 
Reynolds, David M 
Reynolds, Debbie 
Reynolds. Debra A, 247, 265, 444 
Reynolds, Diana E 175 
Reynolds, Doug 247. 444 
Reynolds, Etta M B 
Reynolds, Janet T. 277, 376 
Reynolds, Joseph M 376 
Reynolds, Kalhy L 
Reynolds, Kim E 
Reynolds, fulark L 322, 418 
Reynolds. Mary H 
Reynolds. Mearl W 
fleynolds. Michael W. 
Reynolds, Randy 
Reynolds. Richard D. 
Reynolds, Sandra A, 
Reynolds, Scott A. 
Reynolds, Sue 265 
Reynolds, Teresa A 318, 444 
Reynolds, Terri M 396 
Rhea, Debra K 
Rhea, Eldora V 298, 444 
Rhea, Robert Y 
Rhew, Ronald 
Rhoades, Mark E. 
Rhode, Bruce R. 
Rhoden. Faye L. 
Rhodes, Palsy J 418 
Rhodes, Rickie E 177. 180. 181 
Rhodes. William C 
Rhodus. Billy G 
Rhodus, Billye W 
Rhodus, James C. 474 
Rhodus, Michael R 
Bhodus, Rebecca L. 
Rhodus, Timolhy 
Rhodus, Virginia C. 
Rho Epsilon 256 
Rhorer. Alvln F 
Rhudy, Sandra S. 
Rice, Andrew W 
Rice, Barbara A. 336 
Rice. Blllie J. 
Rice, David E. 
Rice, David M. 474 
Rice, Gary G 
Rice. Linda D 
Rice. Linda £ M 
Rice, Mary M 376 
Rice, Oscar L Jr, 279 
Rice, Pamela K 376 
Rice, Russell A. 474 
Rice, Santord F. 
Rice, Stephen P. 
Rice, Terry L 
Rice. Thelma E, 
Rice. Timothy E. 
Rice, Tondaleyo 
Rice. William O. 
Rich. Debra D 
Rich, James A 
Rich. Michael A. 
Rich. William T, 
Richard. George L 
Richard. Joe C 177, 180 
Richards, John G 
Richards, Stephen W, 270. 418 
Richardson, Alfred T. 
Richardson, Amy M, 
Richardson. Anthony G. 
Richardson. Anthony 
Richardson, Bonnie L. 
Richardson, Charles F. 
Richardson, Cynthia L 
Richardson, Diana L. 474 
Richardson, Eddie W. 
Richardson, Eugene 
Richardson, Iris K. 



Richardson, Jackie D 

Richardson. Joseph W. 252. 270 

Richardson. Judilh G. 

Richardson, Kenneth L. 444 

Richardson, Larry L. 

Richardson, Michael J 276 

Richardson. Michael S. 418 

Richardson. Paula K. 

Richardson, Roger G 

Richardson. Sara M 

Ricbardson, Susan D. 265 

Richardson, Susan J 

Richardson. Vera V 

Richardson, Verna C. 

Richardvllle, George 

RIcharl, JeHrey C 

RIche, Charles T 

Richey. Kenneth D. 

Richie. Carol 418 

Richmond. Alice J. 247 

Richmond. Christian J 

Richmond, Marsha Brown 122 

Richmond, Richard E. 

Richmond, Rickie R. 

Richter, Clay P 

RIchwine, Patty M 

RIcke, Edward C Jr. 

RIckerd. Debra A 

RIcketts. Melanie A. 

Rickelts. R- Mark 

Ricks. Betty M. 

Ridden. Janet L 

Riddell, Lonnie 

Ridden. Michael L 

Riddell. Thomas D. 

Riddle, Chene L 

Riddle. Linda K. 

Riddle. Linville C. 

Riddle. Michael 0. 

Riddle, Stephen G. 

Ridenour. Maria F. 

Ridgley. Evelyne L 

Ridings. Patsy G. 

Riebau. Nancy R 

RIegel, Darcy A 

Riegel, Kim M 376 

Riegler. Randall A 264 

Riehl, Christopher J 

Riehl. Sara A 

Ries. Laurie M 474 

Riesenbeck, Robert W. 300 

Rife. Furnell 

Rlffe, Geoffrey L 

RItfe, Nancy L. 

Riflee. Mark L 444 

Rigg. Bonnie R 322, 418 

Riggin. Nancy C 376 

Riggins, Davtd C 326 

Riggle, Deborah F 418 

Riggs. Burgin R. 

fliggs. Lisa M 

Riggs. Valerie S 

Rightmyer. Edwin K. 315, 337. 444 

Rigney. James M 

Rigsby, Miriam L 

Riley, Anneatia G 376 

Riley. Elaine 474 

Riley, James E 418 

Riley, Joseph 0. 

Riley, Judith A 474 

Riley, Mary E. 

Riley, Michael F. 

Riley, Paula M 444 

Riley, Randall 6 

Riley, Robert E 

Riley, Rosemarie A 321 

Riley, Stephen 

Riley, Terry W. 

Riley, Thomas J 

Riley, Tommy L 

Rimel, JeHrey M 269 

Rimer. Karen S 

RImmer, Scott A 205. 418 

Rlngley, Gregory J 164 

Rink. Richard A. 

Ripley, Robert A. 

Ripple, Margaret A. 396 

Ripple, Rebecca J 396 

Ripple, Rex L. 376 

Ripple. Rick 0. 444 

Risch, Laurie S 

Rishel. Roderick E. 

Rison. Donnie L. 

Rist. Laura M T 

Ritch, Jerry W. 

RItcher, Carrie L 

RItchey. Sharon A. 474 

Ritchie, Cathy J 

Ritchie. Katherine E. 474 

Ritchie, Kevin R. 397 

Ritchie. Louise G. 

RIttenour, John T Jr 

Rittenour, Kimberley 392 

RItter, Brian K. 324, 337, 416 

Ritter, Harrlette A 

Riner. Jon E. 

Ritter, Stanley E 

RItter. Teresa K, 

Rlzenbergs, Patricia 

Rlzer. Kathy L 474 

Rlzzo, Mark T. 

Roach, Louise E. 

Roach, W, Sandra M. 

Roaden, Jerry L 

Roaden. Lonnie D 

Roaden, Rachel A 

Roades, Gerald D 

Roahrig, Matthew A 270. 474 

Roark, Connie R 

Roark, Dennis W 444 

Roark. Kathy L. 

Roark, Teena J 

Roark, William R 

Bobbins. Clara E 

Robbins, Curtis K. 

Robblns, George E. 

Robbins. Sandra G. 

Robblns. Theresa I 

Robbins. Timothy L 

Roberson, Diane L. 444 

Roberson. Larln L 

Robertson, TonI L 474 

Roberts, Angela L 

Roberts, Arnelta Z. 418 

Roberts, Beatrice 

Roberts, Becky J. 303 



Roberts. Beverly D 377 

Roberts, Bobby J 

Roberts. Candice 1 

Roberts, Christopher 180. 258 

Roberts, Clifford H. 

Roberts. Deborah L. 

Roberts, Deborah L. 

Roberts. Everett C. 

Roberts, Forrest P 

Roberts, Francis J 

Roberts, Geoffery 

Roberts, George D 377 

Roberts. Greg 332 

Roberts, Gwendolyn 

Roberts. Harold K 

Roberts, Jennings A. 

Roberts, Joanne 295 

Roberts, Jocelyn L. 474 

Roberts, Jody 418 

Roberts, Karen A. 303 

Roberts, Kathenne H. 

Roberts. Laura 

Roberts. Malvin D. 

Roberts. Marion S. 

Roberts, Marlene 

Roberts. Martha L 

Roberts. Mary A. 

Roberts. Michael B 392 

Roberts, Paula R. 444 

Roberts. Peggy L. 

Roberts. Philip W. 

Roberts, Rhonda F 

Roberts, Ricky L 

Roberts, Robert L 

Roberts, Roslyn L 418 

Roberts, Ruth S 418 

Roberts, Sandra F 

Roberts, Scotty 

Roberts, Selma J. 

Roberts, Sheila R 

Roberts. Sherry L 269. 377 

Roberts. Steven J 324 

Roberts. Susan D. 249 

Roberts, Teresa G. 249 

Roberts, Teresa M. 

Roberts, Terry A, 

Roberts, Thomas M 

Roberts, Veronica 

Roberts, Willis R. 

Robertson, Ann B. 297, 474 

Robertson, Barbara J. 377 

Robertson, Joseph P. 

Robertson. Kent B. 

Robertson, Melissa B 

Robertson. Michael D. 

Robertson. Nancy P 

Robertson. Pamela J 

Robertson. Richard C 233. 377 

Robertson. Robert W 

Robertson. Sherry A. 310. 377 

Robinette. Carolyn S, 

Roblnette, Joanne 

Robinette, Tobie K. 

Robinson, Annette 444 

Robinson. Bettma R. 444 

Robinson, Billy R 

Robinson. Bryan L 170 

Robinson. Carolyn A. 

Robinson. Deborah L 

Robinson. Deborah L. 

Robinson. Denisa L. 

Robinson, Donna J. 

Robinson, Eddie P 

Robinson, Edward L. 

Robinson, Eric N, 

Robinson. Henry A 

Robinson. Ira D 

Robinson. James D. M. 

Robinson. James M Jr. 255 

Robinson, Jane E 271. 418 

Robinson, JeHrey M 418 

Robinson. Jim A. 

Robinson, Joan C. 444 

Robinson, Joan K 

Robinson. Karen J. 255. 377 

Robmson, Kevin D 444 

Robinson, Linda K. 

Robinson, Mable D 474 

Robinson. Margaret A, 

Robinson. Margaret J 418 

Robinson. Marsha H 

Robinson, Mattte J 

Robinson, Nancy M 

Robinson, Norma D 

Robinson. Norma T. 

Robinson. Philip R 180 

Robinson, Richard L 283, 316 

Robinson. Ronnie L. 444 

Robinson. Rulh J. 

Robinson, Samuel J Jr. 

Robinson, Sandra K 418 

Robinson, Sandra M 

Robinson, Sharon D 274. 474 

Robinson. Sheila F 

Robinson. Sheryl L 418 

Robinson. Susan K. 312, 321 

Robinson, Susan L 

Robinson. Tammy L 474 

Robinson, Tommie L. 334, 335. 418 

Robinson, Vena H. 474 

Robinson, William B. 418 

Robinson. William J 

Robinson. Wllma J 

Roby, John L. 

Rodencal. Lynne M 418 

Rodgers. Frederick J 

Rodgers. Regina B 397 

Rodgers, Teresa A 

flodrlguei, Cristino 

Rodriguez. Holly M. 

Roe, Ferris H. 

Roe. Leonard A. 

Roe, Michael R. 

Roe. Rebecca A. 418 

Roedel, Richard R. 

Roemer, Jennifer J 

floesch. William J. 

Roesel, Kalhy A. 312 

Roesel. Richard G. 300. 377 

Rogers, Anita G 321 

Rogers. Betty B. 

Rogers. Beverly A. 377 

Rogers, Bonny G 

Rogers, Carol R. 

Rogers, Cynlhia E, 

Rogers, Debra A 121,444 



Rogers. Denise A. 

Rogers, Donald B. 

Rogers. Elmer 

Rogers, James F. 

Rogers, James P. 

Rogers, Janice L 265, 418 

Rogers, Jeffrey C. 

Rogers, Maxine Y 

Rogers, Mernon A. 

Rogers, Michael D. 

Rogers. Michael E. 377 

Rogers, Muncie A. 

Rogers, Pamela D. 

Rogers, Robert D, 

Rogers, Ronald K. 

Rogers. Roxie G. 

Rogers, Steven F. 

Rogers. Susan L. 

Rogers. Tanya K 444 

Rogers. Thomas F IV 474 

Boggy. Thomas J, 

Rogness, Ruth N 392 

Rohan, Victoria M. 

Roland, Anthony C 

Roles. Nancy R, M. 

Rolfes. Barbara A. 

Roltes. Pamela M 474 

Rolfsen, Jane 

Roller, Laura K. C. 

Roller, Otis T. 

Rollings. Rae P. 

Rollins. Brenda R. 321 

Rood, Gilbert T, 

Roop, Faith E. 

Roosa, Joni L. 

Root. Francis D 

Root, Jeffery G, 271, 418 

Roper, David O. 

Rosati, John A. 

Rose, Allen K 

Rose, Chris 168 

Rose, David V, 

Rose. Debra L 444 

Bose. Elizabeth A. 

Rose. Elizabeth G. 474 

Rose, Gary W. 

Rose, Herbert D 

Rose, Janet S 

Rose, Jeffrey A 

Rose. Kenneth R, 

Rose, Leslie D. 

Rose, Paula S- 418 

Rose. Ruby K. 

Rose. Trent L 328 

Rosenbaum. Thomas L 306. 337. 377 

RosenhoHer, Nancy A. 444 

Ross, Barry S. 

Ross, Charles S 144 

Ross, Charles S 

Ross, Connie R. 277, 444 

Ross, Deborah S 444 

Ross, Elizabeth A 

Ross, Frankie L. 

Ross. Gerald D. 377 

Ross. John W 

Ross, Juhe D 255, 303. 377 

Ross. Lisa K 303, 474 

Ross. Lou A. 377 

Ross, Marian P. 

Boss. Marilynn G. 336. 377 

Ross, Raymond E. 

Boss. Richard M. 444 

Ross, Richard T. 

Ross, Ronald L 

Ross, Sharon G 

Ross, Sheree L. 

Ross, Steve 290, 332, 337 

Ross, Susan D 

Ross, Theresa D. 418 

Ross, Thomas T. 

Roth, Joan V. 474 

Rothenburger, Robert 474 

Rothfuss, Scott T. 300 

RoHersman. Leon 

Roltgers. Robert A. 318. 324, 418 

Rottinghaus. John B. 

Bottinghaus. Thomas A 418 

Bottman, Beverly C. 

Bottner. Lisa J. 474 

Bougeux, Juliette R. 474 

Rouholiman, Mehdi 

Boundtree. Barbara A, 418 

Boutt, Judy K. 

Houlzon, Daryl T. 

Rowaily, Mutallb M. 

Rowe. Cindy A. 

Bowe. Elizabeth J 211, 444 

Bowe. Jerry T. 474 

Bowe, Linda A 251. 277. 379 

Rowe. Mark R. 

Rowe. Sandra S 

Rowe, Steve A 170, 209, 224 

237, 259, 279. 306. 379 
Rowland. David B. 
Rowland. Janine E. 
Rowland. Joyce F 
Rowland, Richard D. 
Rowland, Bobert S 
Bowlelt, Janel L 264. 297, 418 
Bowlett, John D. 103 
Rowlette, Micheli B. 
Rowlings. Mike 247 
Roxberry. Don G. 
Roy. Charles W. 
Roy. Diana M. 
Roy, John S. 
Roy. Linda J, 379 
Roy. Mark K 
Roy. Paula S 444 
Roy, Randolph N. 
Roy. Richard F. 
Royalty, Danny M. 
Royalty. Martha D. 
Royalty, William D. 
Royce, Janel D 
Royer, Kalhy L 263, 379 
Rozovlch. Michael II 
Bubarts, Virginia A. 
Rubel. James A. 
Ruchka, Dorothy M. 
Ruchka, Pamela C 
Rucker, Dana J. 
Rucker, James E. 
Rucker, Rose M, 
Rucker. Sherry C. 
Rudd, Larry R. 



Rudd, Melinda J 474 

Ruggles, Kellie B 445 

Ruggs. CliHon 

Rullman, Cindy K. 445 

Runlon. Teresa L. 

Runnerstrom, Rana K. 

Runyan. Kimberlee S. 

Runyon, Carolyn J. 445 

Runyon, Mary J 

flunyon. Michael E. 

Runyon, Randall H 

Runyon. Woodrow W. Jr. 

Bupard, Howard E. 

Bush, Dr David 147 

Bush. John W 

Rush, Karen L 318 

Rush, Linda S 

flush, Paula A. 

flush, flhonda G. 273, 474 

Bushing. Richard A. 125. 474 

Russ. Cynthia L 

Russell. Charlotte A. 445 

Bussell. Christopher 

Russell. Cynlhia A 

flussell. Dale Lee 

Bussell. Glenda S 

Bussell, Jane D 

Bussell, Jean M. 

Bussell, Jimmy M 189 

Bussell. Johnnie D. 

Russell. Kenneth B 379 

Bussell, K.mberly A, 297. 474 

Russell, Lisa D 

Russell, Mark W. 

Russell, Mike 164 

Russell, Norman A 168, 379 

Russell, Phillip R. 280 

Russell, Shirley A. B. 

flussell. Sue L. 379 

Russell, Susan C. 

flussell. Tammy K. 

Russell, Terri L. 270, 445 

flussell, Tom C 

Rusterholz, Sharon F 124. 272, 284 

445 
Rutemlller, Brent T 316 
Ruth, Loretta R 
RutkowskI, Kay L 
Rutledge. Joanne 278 
flutledge. Raymond S. 
flutledge. Stephen G. 
flyan, Arnold J. 
flyan. Chris J. 
Ryan. Ellen J. 
flyan. Gregory L. 275 
Ryan, James Jr. 
Ryan. James T 474 
Ryan, Karen L 418 
Ryan, Kathleen T 
Ryan. Lori R. 474 
Ryan. Susan K. 397 
Ryan, Tamara J. 303 
Rye, Jane E. 379 



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Saalfeld. Esther E 
Sabbatine. Raymond J. 
Sabm. Lynn M. 214. 474 
Sabo, LuAnn 
Sacca, Belinda K. 
Sacca. Daniel J. 247 
Sadler, Connie J. 
Sager. Lester L. 
Saghaian. Sayed H. Jr. 
Sagraves, Joe A. 
Salaymeh, Nayef S. 
Saleh. Jihad A. 
Salerno, Marianne 303 
Salerno, Mary A 
Sales, Rita E 
Sales, Rosie E 418 
Salins, Viswanath j 
Salisbury, Emma R 418 
Sallee, Clarence A. Jr. 
Sallee, Claude D. 418 
Sallee, Linda K. 
Sallee. Tonya R. 379 
Salman, Raja F 281, 315 
Salsbury, Diana L. 
Salyer, Darnell D 
Salyer, Donald P 306 
Salyer. Octavia E 
Salyer, Wendell L 277. 418 
Salzman. Mary L. 
Sammons, David A. 
Sammons, Rebecca L. 303, 474 
Sammons, Thomas C, 445 
Samons, Deanna 
Samons, Jesse E 
Samples, Jan S 
Samples, Johnny C 230, 250 
Sampson. Bertha L 474 
Sampson, Carolyn J. 
Sampson, Ernest A. Ill 
Sampson, Mark S, 
Sampson, William F. Jr. 
Sams, Carol B. 
Sams, Carolyn R. 474 
Sams, Ethel 267 
Sams. Theresa D. 
Samson, Carol G, 
Samuels, Cynthia S. 418 
Samuels, Sandra J 379 
Sander, Mark E 
Sanderlyn. Ronald H. 
Sanders, Angela H. 
Sanders, Anthony W, 
Sanders, David 
Sanders. Elise M. 
Sanders. Elizabeth A. 
Sanders. Elizabeth K. 
Sanders, Jeanine L. 
Sanders, Lester 334 
Sanders, Lucinda T 
Sanders, Marcia L 
Sanders. Mark R 445 
Sanders, Nora F 
Sanders. Regina K. 328 
Sanders. Robert G. 
Sanderson, Robert M. 
Sandldge, Bobby D. 
Sandlin, Paul R. 
Ssndlin. Robin G. 475 



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Sandlln. Teresa K. 
Sands, Jane R. 379 
Sands. Patricia J 
Sandusky. Kathy A. 
Sandusky. Linda L 410 
Sandusky. William D 
Santord, Waller S 
Sang. Richard L. 180 
Sanger, James E. Jr. 270 
Sangiuliano. Sandra A. 
Sanleememar. Bahram 
Saniyimemar, Kamran 
Sanner, Terry A. 316. 337. 379 
Sansone, Donna S 
Sapp. Michael B 
Sargenl. Denise G 
Sargent. June E. 475 
Sarklslan, Kevin L. 
Sarnecky, Fred A. Jr. 475 
Satterlield. Doris E 
Satterly, Dora L. 296, 379 
Satterly. JeHrey H. 251. 252. 281 

379 
Satterly. Philip M 
Satterwhlte. James R. 
Satterwhlte, Johnna K. 
Sauer. Cindy L 
Sauer. Eileen M 397 
Sauer, Judith M 
Saunders, Cynlhia 
Saunders, Deborah C 
Saunders, Sandra M. 
Saunders, Stephen D. 
Saunders, Sterling Jr. 
Saunders, Thomas B, 
Saumer, Amauda H. 
Saurer. Harry A. Jr. 23S, 330, 337 
Saurer, Rhonda A. 330, 445 
Savage, Denise D 
Savage, Gerald W 
Savage, Jacquie F 
Savey. Charles R. 
Sawyers, Willie G 164 
Saxton. Robert M 
Saylor, Charlene R. 445 
Saylor. David K. 
Saylor, John M. 
Saylor. Julia N. 
Saylor. Kathy L. G. 
Saylor, Linda C. 
Saylor, Penny R 
Saylor, Ricky D 
Saylor, Russell M, 
Saylor, Sandra 
Saylor. Sherylene 
Sayre, Charles M- 
Sayre, Mary C May 
SCABBARD AND BLADE 259 
Scaggs, Kim 8. 
Scales. Bruce A. 
Scales, David E. 
Scalt, Brenda S. 
Scalf. Danny D. 
Scalf. Leslie T. 
Scalf, Stanley T. 326 
Scallon. Bert J. 
Scallon, Mary E. 379 
ScalzittI, Cynthia A. 
Scanlon, Brian J. 224, 254. 259 

379 
Scanlon, Margarette B, 
Scarberry, Robert W. 
Scarberry, Teresa L. 
Scearce, Beny S. 
Schaad, Jenniter H W. 328 
Schaad, Kent M, 
Schaeler, Phyliss C. 
Schaefer. Susan L 211 
Schaeffer, Scott P 
Schafer, Barry K 
Schafer, David C. 
Schafer, John M. 
Schater, Keith T. 
Schaible, David J. 
Schalk, Harriet L. 316 
Schaller, Denise A. 303 
Schamaun, Nannette M. 475 
Schardein, Richard E. 
Scharfenberger, Elaln 
Schalzman. Sandra L. 445 
Schaum, Laura K. 318 
Scheck, Lynn F 
ScheHler, Frederick 170, 445 
Scherer, Helen R 
Scherrer, Maria J 
Schiefelbein, Addison 
Schleman, Kim M. 418 
Schieman, Lori M. 
Schlering, Susan J. 475 
Schlld, Nancy S 
Schildknecht, Pamela 
Schildmeyer. Sandra L. 
Schiller. Tom A. 
Schliu. Steven J 
Schindler, Joseph W. 475 
Schlpskie, Joseph J. Jr. 180 
Schirmer, Robert A. 
Schleicher, Dana L. 
Schlitt, Chris L, 419 
Sctilosser. R. Douglas 379 
Schmees. Georgette M, 
Schmees, Lisa I, 
Schmelng. David W, 
Schmidlin, Julie M 
Schmidt, Angela G. 269, 445 
Schmidt, Calherme L. 269, 379 
Schmidt. John F. 
Schmidt, Julie A. 
Schmldl. Kenneth W. 
Schmidt. Marilyn A. 
Schmler, Beth 252 
Schmitt, David W 419 
Schmitt. Thomas W 
Schneeman, Margaret A. 
Schneider, Anita M. 
Schneider. Susan E. 
Schneider. Thomas G. 
Schneller, Lisa A- 475 
Schnler. Beth A. 379 
Schoemehl. Tere A. 475 
Schoen, Mary B. 
Schoewe, Tina E, 231, 248. 250 

252. 288. 379 
Schonecker. Sandra M. 



Schoolcraft, Peggy J- 445 
Schooler, Frank O 445 
Schooler. Marsha E. 
Schorman, Deborah T 
Schoulthies, Joann L. 310 
Schrader. Leslie L. 445 
Schreck, Chris A 
Schreler, Michael A 
Schreiner, Donna M 419 
Schrei.ier. John E 
Schroeder, Denise L, 312 
Schroeder, Jeffrey M 
Schroyer, Jay 
Schubert, Cecile L 
Schubert, Ronald W. 
Schuck. Kevin 167 
Schuelz, Frank J 
Schuler, Charles H 
Schuler. David A 475 
Schuler. Fred C 
Schulte, Laura R 274. 475 
Schulle. Ruth A 

Schulte. Tamara S 293, 303, 445 
SchulU, Ann L. 
Schultz, Donna A 379 
Schultz. Mary R 
Schulti. Thomas W. 379 
Schuiz, Jerome A 
Schum. Paul T 475 
Schumacher, Joseph E. 
Schumacher, Michael L. 
Schureman, Gloria A. 
Schuster, Helga M 379 
SchuHe, John H 330 
Schutz, Larry W. 
Schwab, Martha R. 
Schwabe, Kirk D 419 
Schwartz, Janet M 419 
SchwarU, Kathryn L. 475 
Schwartz, Pamela J. 445 
Schwartz. Paul K. 
Schweiger, Frank R. 
Schwelkert, Gary L 
Schweitzer, Patricia 
Schweitzer, Russell J- 
Schweizer, Kimberley 310, 332 
Schweizer, Stacy H 
Schwendau, Jean M. 419 
Schwendeman, David M. 
Schwendeman, Joseph R 113 
Schwendeman, Kathy P. 
Schwendeman, Kenneth 
Schwendeman, Michael 419 
Schwendeman, Timothy 445 
Schweri, Thomas J 269 
Schwerman, Janet M 379 
Sciubba, Arthur J 164, 253. 257 

393 
Scorsone, Ernesto M 
Scott, Alfred T 
Scott, Brett D, 
Scott, Carolyn C. 
Scott, Charles H 
Scott. Deborah K. 379 
Scott, Donna E. 
Scott, Earl T 
Scott, Elizabeth A. 
Scott, Gary L. 
Scott. George A. 
Scott, Henson M. 
Scott, Jackie E. 
Scott, James B, 
Scott, James P. 
Scott. Jimmie L. 
Scott, Kathryn A. 
Scott, Kenneth W 
Scott, Kimberley K 249, 445 
Scott, Lenora J 
Scott. Lewis P 
Scott, Lindsay 
Scott, Margaret L, 
Scott, Paul T. 
Scott, Rosanne 445 
Scott, Sandra L. L. 
ScoH, Sara J R. 
Scott. Sharon K. 
Scott, Sheryle L. 475 
Scott, Susan I. 
Scott, Teresa L] . 
Scott, Vincent E. 
Scott, Wallace D 259, 379 
Scott, Wanda L. 
Scott, Wanda M. 

Scott, William D. Scott. William J. 
Scrafton, Joel G. 180 
Scribner, Christina A. 379 
Scruggs. Marcus J- 
Scruggs, William H. 
Scully, James H. 
Scully, Patricia T. 
Scully, Timothy C. 
Seabolt. David W. 
Seaborn, Mary N 
Seale. John G. 475 
Seats, Darren H 
Seals, Mary A. 
Seals. Sheila K 
Seaman, Donald R. 
Searcy, Gary L 
Searcy, Glenna H. 
Searle, Davtd M 
Searle, Karen H. 
Sears. Anthony W, 
Sears. Bobby R. 
Sears, Debra A. 
Sears, Jackie L. 
Sears, Kathy L. T. 
Sears, Naomi S. 
Sebastian, Donald H. 
Sebastian, Jane A. 
Sebastian, Kathy 
Sebastian. Patricia A, 475 
Seblna. Abby J. 419 
Sebor. Sozena R. 
Secrest. Jill B 164, 286, 296 

332 
Seeger, Mary E. 
Seeklngs, Sylvia J. 
Seeley, Kathleen M. 278 
Seeley. Leslie A. 445 
Seewer, Paul 224 
Seewer, David W 180. 236, 252 

258, 316. 379 
Seger. Julie D. 297 



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Segnitz. Luke 

Sehorne, Mark A. 475 

Seifu. Derege 

Selgia, Beverly J. 272, 286, 296 

330, 397 
Seller, Jay L. 475 
Seippel, Teri A 172, 173, 445 
Seller, Thomas W. 
Sekins, Abby J 281 
Seldin, Deborah 
Self, James G 
Sell, Mary L 251, 252, 281 

380 
Sells, Douglas R. 
Semler, Chris B. 475 
Seng, William J 475 
Senn, Kathenne M, 330 
Sensabaugh, Lester R. 
Sensenig, Christopher 
Sensenig, Kevin 206, 207 
Sensibaugh, Daniel B. 180 
Senywongse. Sukawat 380 
Sepate, Stephanie A. 
Septer. Thomas K. 
Sequera. Yovany D 
Sergent, Mary J. 
Sergent, Robert E. 57, 419 
Serra, Fred A 
Sessions, Joseph W. 380 
Selser. James D 
Setters, Barbara S. 
Settle, Brian K. 
Settle, Elizabeth R. 475 
Settle, Paul E. 
Settles, Joanna M. 
Settles, Lu S 476 
Selzer. Andrew K. 
Severance, llene W. 
Seward, Thomas E. Jr. 
Sewell, Brian S. 276. 280 
Sewell. Charles B. Ill 
Sexton, Gregory A. 
Sexton, JoAnne 
Sexton. Lisa A 419 
Sexton, Marshall 380 
Sexton, Stephen W 306 
Sexton, Susan W 
Sexton, Vicki E 
Sexton. Walter R 
Sexton, William E. 110 
Seyfril, Teresa L. 380 
Seymour, Janice S- 
Sferra, Nancy J. 
Shackelford. Peggy A. 
Shackelford, Sara J. 
Shacklette, Cynthia L. 
Shapoan, Dr Donald 142 
Shafer, Jeanne C 386 
Shaffer, Brenda L. 251. 271. 296 

380 
Shatter, Gary R. 280. 446 
Shaffer, Sherri L 
Shaheen, Joe 168, 169 
Shaheen, Tammy S. 330. 446 
Sham, Michael D. 
Shake, Kevin H 
Shambaugh, Karen S, 
Shanehbandi, Amir B. 
Shaneytett, Mark J. 
Shank. Dorvin M. 
Shanklin, Carol D. 
Shanks, Teresa K 
Shanks, Vicki J 
Shantey, William P. 
Shannon, Anthony S. 
Shannon, Bonnie J. 
Shannon, Carmen L. 216. 446 



Shannon, James C. Jr. 

Shapiro, Richard M. 

Sherman, Mark E. 

Sharon, James R 

Sharp, Anna L. 419 

Sharp, Charlotte L. 446 

Sharp, Gloria J. 476 

Sharp, Jack Y, 

Sharp, Laquada F. 

Sharp, Margaret A. 

Sharp. Margaret L. C. 

Sharp. Michael R. 

Sharp. Michael S, 

Sharp, Michael T. 

Sharp, Robin C. 446 

Sharp, Rodger D. 

Sharp, Sharon A. 

Sharpe, Sherry L. 

Sharlzer, Barbara J 330 

Shaughnessy, Martha J. 

Shaw. Cynthia A 476 

Shaw, Jandira H 

Shaw, JeHrey S. 164, 419, 447 

Shaw, Jennifer L 203 

Shaw, John L 

Shaw. Leia M. 

Shaw, Mary K. 

Shaw, Patrick M 236. 254. 259 

280, 380 
Shaw, Philip A. 
Shaw, Randy A. 
Shaw. Robert S 
Shawler, James L 
Shearard, Dorothy G 
Sheard, Steven E. 290, 296. 324 

419 
Shearer. Barry W 
Shearer, Beverly J 
Shearer, David R 
Shearer, Susan G 
Sheck, Mary Lynn 445 
Sheehan, James M. 
Sheehan. Michael J. 180 
Sheeks, Davie E 
Sheeks. John R. 
Sheeley. Ronald A. 
Sheene. Billy J 476 
Sheene. Lorene 419 
Sheets, Janie K 446 
Shehan. Faye A 
Shelburne, John W. 
Shelby. Bonita J 
Shelby, G. 300 
Shell, William B. 
Shellenberger, Chas. R. 
Shelley, Linda J. 
Shelley, Ricky G 
Shellhause, Kim S. 
Shellhause, Rom M 
Shellman, Stephanie E. 270, 274 
Shelton, Carlton B. 
Shetton. Clarence D 
Shelton. James A. 180 
Shelton. Lillian R. 284, 3B0 
Shelton, Linda R. 476 
Shelton, Rhonda K. 
Shelton, Tammy S. 
Shelton, Tommy J 
Shemelya, John E. 
Shepard, Benjamin E. 
Shepard, George H. 446 
Shepard, Tawanna L. 380 
Shepherd. Bily R- 
Shepherd. Susan G. 
Shepherd. Vicki J N, 
Shepherd, Virgmia C. 
Sherman, Amy B. 



Sherman, Elizabeth H. 

Sherman, Inman J. Ill 
Sherman, James F 
Sherman, Marlha C 
Sherman, Pamela J 
Sherman, Ralph H 
Sherman, Ricky W 
Sherman, Rodney D 180 
Sherrard, Linda J 476 
Sherry, William J 
Shew, David 326 
Shew, Gilbert S 
Shew, James R. 
Shew, Kathryn R. 
Shewmaker. Diane M 
Shewmaker, James J. 
Shewmaker, Jeffrey L, 
Shewmaker. Peggy A 
Shewmaker, Robert L. 
Shibinski, Kimberlee 
Shidal. Randy D 
Shields, Beth Ann 
Shields, Garry W 209 
Shields, Lisa R. 
Shields, William A. 326 
ShiHIetl, Fount W. Jr. 
Shidel, Dorena L, 
Shimlessel, Debra E 
Shinawatra, Udorn 380 
Shmdelbower, Daniel 132 
Shingledecker, Chas L, 
Shipp, Brenda S M. 
Shireman, Barbara E 
Shireman. Mary E 380 
Shirley. Magda L 262, 380 
Shivel, Garry D 
Shivel, John W 
Shoaf, Emma L 
Shoaf, Ralph E 
Shockency, Debra A. 
Shockency, Mary G 380 
Shoecratt, James H 177, 180 
Shoemaker, Betty L. 
Shoemaker, Melmda J. 
Shontee, Patricia A 
Shontee, Vicki R 
Shoopman, Mary S 
Shores, Derwin L. 
Short. Alanson M 476 
Short, Barry K. 
Short, Blanch C. 
Short, Clark H 269 
Short. Debbie D 
Short. Jeffrey L 
Short, Jessie R. 
Short, Joni J 246, 265, 380 
Short, Judy K 
Short, Laura L 
Short, Merreli B 
Short. Nancy K. 
Short, Pamela J 
Short, Susan G 
Shoshan, Abdulaziz A 446 
Shotwell, Charles E 271. 419 
Shotwell. Connie M 446 
Shouse, Danny S 
Shouse. Debby S 
Shouse, Deborah K. 
Shouse, James W. 
Shouse, Sandra J. 446 
Showaiter, Bruce W. 
Shower, William A, 
Showers, Robert J 
Shreffler, Christine 
Shreve, Gary L 
Shreve, OrviNe L 
Shrlmpton. Christian 306. 380 



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Shrlver, Darcy D. 

Shropshire. James E. 

Shrout. Randall K. 310, 332 

Shrum. William T. 

Shryock, Cindy L. 

Shuck, Melissa J. 476 

Shuck. Susan L. 446 

Shuck. William L. 326 

Shuff, Matthew L 

Shufllebarger, Alicia 

Shughan. Rebecca L. 203, 476 

Shull, Janet L B. 

Shumard. Brenda R. 

Shumate, Robert L. 

Shumate, Tamara L. 

Shumway, John W, Jr. 328. 380 

Shunlich. Mary E. 

Shupe, Brenda L. 

Shurr, Teletha M. 

Sibcy, Connie S. 446 

Siberl, Juanila C. 

Sicard, Dan L. 

Sldders, Vicki E. 

Sidman. Conway J. 

Sidwell. Alice D. 

Sidwell, Randall W. 

Siegel. Carolyn D 

Siegel, Gary A 118, 419 

Siemer, Richard J 

Siemon, Mark F 

Sievering, Michael E. 

Sievers, Paul H. 380 

Sieven. Gregory A 

Siewert, Tamara L 277, 446 

Siflord, Bryan J, 

Siggs. Ronald C. 258. 446 

Siglm. Doyle L. 

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 324 

SIGMA CHI 326, 327 

SIGMA NU 328, 329 

SIGMA PI 330, 331 

SIGMA TAU ALPHA 249 

SIGMA TAU FELTA 250 

Silberslein, William 

Siler, Donald 8. 271 

Siler, Preston G. 

Siler. Tony M. 

Silkey, Robert C. 337 

Silliman. Joseph D. 

Sillon, Lee 267 

Sills, William W 277. 476 

Stiva. Margaret M 

Silvani, Mary E, 174 

Silveslri. David J. 419 

Simington. William J. 300 

Simkins, Robert J 

Simmons, Oiane L 

Simmons, Donna J. W. 

Simmons. Floyd E 

Simmons. Patricia A. 

Simmons. Randall K. 

Simmons, Susan A. 

Simms, Martina C, 

Simms, Paul H. Ill 

Simon. Samuel J. 300 

Simpkins, Pamela L. 303. 446 

Simpkins, William N 253 

Simpson, Barbara L 

Simpson, Charles E. 

Simpson, BiH 318, 326 

Simpson, Danny R. 270 

Simpson, David W. 446 

Simpson, Deborah A. 271, 272, 380 

Simpson, Debra A. 246 

Simpson, Frank G III 446 

Simpson, James F 

Simpson, James M 

Simpson, Jeffrey B. 

Simpson, Jerry B 

Simpson, John L 

Simpson, Kathy M. 380 

Simpson, Lida L 446 

Simpson. Mary J. 476 

Simpson. Michael S 

Simpson. Pauline T 

Simpson. Peggy 446 

Simpson, Rekenna A. 

Simpson, Richard L. 

Simpson. Rita L H 

Simpson, Susan H 

Simpson, Suzanne R. 446 

Simpson. Thomas L 419 

Simpson. Virginia J. 

Simpson, Waller J.r 

Simpson. Wenda J 298 

Sims. Jeffrey L. 446 

Sims. John S 419 

Sims, John T, 

Sims, Judith R. 

Sims, Kenneth W. 380 

Sims, Linda K. 131. 420 

Sinclair, Joyce A. 

Singer, Debra J 

Singer, Sieven D. 316 

Singler, Mary H. 

SIngletary, Nell E 

Singleton, Emily L. K. 

Singleton, Fred Jr. 337 

Singleton, Janis D. 

Singleton, Pamela E. 

Singleton, Regina G. 

Sinlavsky, Anna 476 

Sink, Carole 

Sink, David L. 446 

Sipe, Russell J 

Sipes, Diane M 

Sipple. Rosa Lee C. 

Sirimongkhon, Viengxa 

SIriwongse, Salilawan 

Sisk, Charles W, 

Sisk, Deborah D. 

Sissel, Laurie A. 446 

Sissel, Nancy L. 476 

Sistrunk, Kim L. 

Sither, Gordon B 

Sitko. Phillip M 280 

Sivahua, Ananl 

SIzelove. Robin A. 

Slzemore, Aletha R. 476 

SIzemore, Austin 

Slzemore, Benlla D M. 

Slzemore. Blllle E. 380 

Slzemore. Bobby 

Slzemore. Brenda G. 476 



Slzemore, Estella 

Sizemore, Gary R 120, 446 

Sizemore, John H. 

Sizemore, John M. 

Sizemore. Johnny G. 420 

Sizemore. Karen E. 

Sizemore, Kathy C. 286, 446 

Sizemore, Kathy S 

Sizemore, Kenneth 324 

Sizemore, PaHi L. 

Sizemore, Ramona S. 

Skaggs. Belinda J 

Skaggs. Dale R 

Skaggs. Gma J 446 

Skaggs, James 6 

Skaggs, Larry L. 

Skaggs, Melissa L. 

Skaggs, Rose M. 277, 446 

Skees, Patrick W. 227, 251. 252 
267, 380 

Skehan. Margaret E. 

Skelly, Douglas C 328 

Skelly, LuAnn 476 

Skelton, Wayne T. 446 

Skidmore, Gayle A, 256, 295, 380 

Skldmore, JeHrey L. 

Skidmore, Martha L. 

Skldmore, Robert H. 315 

Skidmore, Robert W. 

Skinner, Ricky W. 

Skinner, Stephen A. 

Skinner, Terry R. 

Skinner, Thomas L. 

Slack, Bruce W 

Slade, Susan N 254 

Slagle, David F 380 

Slagle, Rebecca L. 476 

Slater, Helena G 

Slattery, Phillip L 265. 446 

Slaltery, Stephanie J 273, 328, 421 

Slattery, Theresa E. 

Slaughter, Cindy A, 476 

Slaughter, Kevin B. 

Slauler, Cynlhia M 322 

Slavey. Oscar W. II 

Slayback, Sally A T. 

Slayton, Bernie E. 

Slayton, Lisa A 303 

Sleet, Sieve B 

Sleets, Derwin R 

Sloan, Delberl A. 

Slone, Angela 476 

Slone. Brady W 

Slone, Carl G 380 

Slone, Darrel 

Slone, Howard D 

Slone, Johnnie 0. 

Slone. Orbin B 

Slone. Rila S. 

Slorach, Deborah L. 476 

Slucher, Ernie R. 

Slusher, Debra E 262, 446 

Slusher, Ida L 50, 277, 380 

Slusher. John R 

Slusher. Paula A. 

Slusher, Virginia A. 50, 3B1 

Slusher, Yvonne W 

Small, Calherme W 

Small, Donna J 

Smalley, Brell S. 

Smalley. Donald G. 

Smallwood, Garry W. 

Smallwood. James R 

Smallwood, Manam M. 

Smallwood, Mike A. 381 

Smarl, Elizabeth 6. 

Smart, Geneva A 

Smart, Richard K 

Smath, Richard A 

Smigia, Lawrence 254 

Smiley, Cheryl L 446 

Smiley, Kenneth R, 

Smiley, Dr Harry 135 

Smiley, Scott S 326, 420 

Smiley, Tammie A, 476 

Smith. Albert C 170 

Smith. Aleda L. 

Smith, Andrea M 446 

Smith, Anita L. 476 

Smith, Barbara H 

Smith, Becky J 420 

Smilh, Belinda S, 397 

Smith. Betty P 

Smith. Bradley D 

Smith, Brenda F. 

Smith, Brenda K 381 

Smith, Catherine A. 446, 476 

Smilh, Catherine S. 

Smith, Charles A. 

Smith. Charles T. 

Smith, Christi L 257, 286 295 

381 
Smith, Christine M. 
Smith, Christopher C. 
Smilh, Clauds 138 
Smilh, Claudia L. 
Smilh, Connie G. 
Smith. Dave C 158 
Smith. David H. 
Smith, Davis R. 
Smith, David V, 337. 381 
Smilh, David W 
Smith, Dawn L 
Smith, Debi L. 
Smith. Deborah A. 
Smith, Deborah J. 
Smith, Deborah K. 
Smilh, Deborah L 397. 446 
Smilh, Deborah L 
Smith. Debra J 
Smith, Dennis W. 
Smith, Oiane S 
Smilh, DIanna M 
Smilh, DIanne E. 310 
Smilh, Dickie A. 420 
Smith. Dlonne F. 
Smith, Donald B. 446 
Smith, Dorothy 
Smith, Earl P. 
Smith, Edward L. 
Smith, Ellssa F. 426 
Smilh. Ethel B 
Smith. Elhel B 
Smith, Eugene J 254, 269, 380 



Smith, Florence E. 

Smith, Gail G. 

Smilh, Garfield 

Smilh. Garrett C. 

Smith. Gary W. 306, 446 

Smith, Glenn F, 

Smith, Gregg E 270, 322 

Smith, Gregory E. 420 

Smith, Guy B 

Smilh, Harold E 

Smith. Harold V 

Smith. James C. 420 

Smith, James C. 267 

Smith, James E. 

Smith, James E, 

Smilh, James 0. 

Smith, James R. 

Smith, James T. 476 

Smith, Janet L. 296, 332 

Smith, Janet S. A 

Smith, Janice A. 

Smilh, Jeannetle D. 

Smith, JeHery K 420 

Smith, Jennifer M 476 

Smith, Jerri M. 

Smith, Jerry E. 

Smilh, Jerry M. 

Smith. Jimmie A 

Smith, Joel D, 

Smith, John A. 

Smith, John B. 264, 283, 381 

Smilh, John D. 

Smith. John L 

Smith. John W 

Smilh. John W 

Smith, Joseph C 

Smilh, Joy L 

Smith, Juanita J. 

Smith. Judith E 

Smith, Judy J. 

Smith, Junetia 

Smilh, Karen 

Smith. Katherine M. 

Smith. Kathy D. 

Smith, Kathy J. 446 

Smith, Katie J. R, 

Smith. Kereath B 

Smith, Kevrn F. 476 

Smith, Kimberly A, 420 

Smilh, Larry G. 

Smith. Lawrence A. 420 

Smith. Lawrence T. 

Smith, Leora D. 

Smith, Loretta C. 

Smilh, Lou A. 

Smilh, Madonna J 381 

Smilh, Mark G, 326 

Smith. Mark M, 

Smith. Martha M. 

Smith. Mary E, 

Smith. Mercedes G. 

Smilh, Michael D 277, 381 

Smith, Michael D 

Smith, Michael T. 

Smilh, Mitzi A, 263, 381 

Smilh, Nancy L. 

Smith, Pamela J. 

Smith, Patricia E. 271, 381 

Smith. Paul K. 

Smith. Penny K. 

Smith. Pernilla S. 

Smith, Phillip A, 

Smith. Phyllis C. 

Smith, Phyllis G 

Smilh. R. Susan 

Smith, Randy L. 

Smilh. Rebecca A, 248, 446 

Smilh, Regenia S. 

Smilh, Regina L, O. 

Smilh, Rhonda J, 

Smilh, Robert D, 

Smilh, Robert L. 381 

Smilh, Robert L. 

Smith, Roselyn R. B. 

Smith, Sallie P 

Smith. Sally K. 

Smith. Samuel D. Ill 

Smith, Sandra G 

Smilh, Sharon A, 

Smith, Sharon H. 

Smith, Sharon L. 

Smilh, Sharon L, 

Smith, Sherilyn R. 420 

Smilh, Sherre L. 

Smilh, Sherri 382 

Smilh, Sherri J. 

Smilh, Sherry L 420 

Smith, Sherry L 

Smilh, Slephen G 

Smith. Susan 0. 271, 420 

Smith, Sylvester B. 

Smith. Tanya L 

Smith, Teresa B. 

Smilh, Teresa E. 420 

Smith. Teresa L 420 

Smith, Terrle 303 

Smith, Thomas D. 292. 337 

Smilh, Thomas E 476 

Smith, Thomas W, 263 

Smith, Timothy L 275, 420 

Smith, Tina M 

Smith, Todd C, 288 

Smilh, Todd R. 

Smilh, Tommy Jr. 292, 334 

Smilh. Tony L. 180. 446 

Smith, TrudI B. 

Smith, Valerie E. 

Smith. Venlta K, 

Smith. Vernon G. 

Smith, Vlcki A. 269, 296 

Smith, Vickie E. 420 

Smith, William G. 

Smith, Yulanda J 

Smllher, Maurice R. 382 

Smilhers, Elizabeth A. 

Smilhers. Scolty W. 

Smool. Gregory 

Smothermon, Sally P. 

Smothers, Carol C. 

Smothers, Ronnie J, 

Smyth. Delmar S. 

Smyth. Michael L. 

Snapp, Jana F. 476 

Snapp, William M. til 



Snapp, William R. 

Snead, Robert H. 

Snedegar, Deborah j, 

Snedegar. John W 164, 382 

Snell, Joy L. 476 

Snell. Joy L, 

Snell, Mamie L. A. 

Snell. Tony R. 

Snider, Cynthia C. 

Snider, Ronald L. 

Snider, Stephen S. 

Snipes, Sieven T 447 

Snoddy. Elizabelh A, 

Snodgrass, Rita G 476 

Snowden, Jerry D 237. 266, 382 

Snowden, Jo Ann 

Snowden. Sara E. 

Snowden, W Mark 420 

Snyder. Alisa J. 

Snyder, Donna S. 

Snyder, Emtly A, 

Snyder, Gertrude W. 

Snyder, Jean 

Snyder, Kenneth T. 

Snyder, Nancy J 265, 447 

Snyder, Roger E. 

Snyder, Stacie M. 382 

Snyder. Teresa A. 447 

Snyder. Teri L. 321, 447 

Soeder, Stephen A 

Solano. Gary A. 

Sole, Jeffery D. 382 

Soley, Dave R 328 

Solheim, Lisa G 

Sommerkamp, James P. 

Sommerkamp, Thomas F. 280 

Sons, Lisa G 

Soper, Donna M. 

Sorensen, Edward W, Jr. 

Sorrell, Sammy L, 

Sorrell, Sandra L. 382 

Sorrell, Susan T, 

Sorrell, Tommy J 

Sorrels. Daniel E. 
Sorrels. Jane B 216, 296 
Sorrels, Sandra P. 
Southard. Phillip L. 
Southard, Terence J. 
Soulhers. Ritchie P. 
Soulhwood, Diana Y. 
Soulhworth, Douglas 
Southworth, Millie G. 
Souwelne, Ruth A, 
Sowder. Janet E. 
Sowder, Ralph D. 329, 337 
Sowders, Debra L. 
Sowders, Jeannelte B. 
Sowders, Johnny L, 
Sowell, Gregory A. 270 
Sowell, Mark J 54 
Sowers, Tamela J. 
Sowki, Matt 337 
Spafford, Dons J 
Spain, Susan M 420 
Spalding, Benjamin E. 
Spalding, Deborah A, A. 
Spalding, Evelyn G. 
Spalding, Francis L. 
Spalding, Karen J 397 
Spalding, Leslie F II 
Spalding, Mary K. 420 
Spalding, Paula K D 
Spalding, R Kibry 
Spalding, Samuel L, 
Span, Judy A 
Spangler, Pamela J. 
Spangler, Robin L, 50, 315, 447 
Spangler, Ronald D. 
Spangler, Stephen R. 
Spangler, Tommy E. 
Sparkman, Kyra M. 476 
Sparks, Andy L 476 
Sparks, Debra K 265, 420 
Sparks, Dinah Y 
Sparks, Freddie 
Sparks, Hershell W, 264 
Sparks, Larry E. 
Sparks. Michael D 382 
Sparks. Paul W 315 
Sparks, Ricky S 
Sparks. Scott W. 324. 476 
Sparks. Thomas S, 130 
Sparks, Timothy D. 260 
Sparks, Tommie H, 
Sparrow, Charles S. 
Sparrow, David B 
Sparrow, Deborah D. 
Spaulding, Ira W. II 
Spaulding, Logan T. 
Spaulding, Viclora B. 
Speaks, Hamilton 0. 447 
Speaks, Laura L. D. 420 
Spears. Allen A. 
Spears. Mark M 
Spears. Susann 
Spears, Terry A. 172 
Spears, Terry L. 447 
Speck, Gregory W. 
Speck, Joel H. 76 
Speck, Larry N, 
Speed, John E 
Speed. Thomas F. 447 
Speller, James K. 
Spellman, Thomas L. 275 
Spence, Keilh E. 
Spencer. Betty A 
Spencer. Bonnie R. P. 
Spencer, Bonnie S. 476 
Spencer, C. J. 
Spencer, Deborah L. 
Spencer, Diane 
Spencer. Donna L. 281. 447 
Spencer. Jeanena L. 
Spencer, John S. 382 
Spencer, Larry C, 
Spencer, Lynda D. 420 
Spencer, Nancy L. 
Spencer, Neva S. 255, 382 
Spencer. NIta J 
Spencer, ScotI D. 
Spencer, Van A. 
Spencer, W. Orson 
Spencer, Wanda A. 
Sphire, Robert B. 



Spicer, John P 

Spicer. Patricia G. 

Spies, Conrad C. 

Spillman, Barry J. 

Spires, Gary R. 

Spires, Jennifer J. 

Spires, Sandra L. 

Spivey, Aletha G 420 

Spivey, Gregory A, 

Sports. Luther H 

Spradlin, Jeanne K. 

Spradlin, Nancy M. 

Sprague, Matthew J, 

Sprester, Craig A, 

Spring, Michael J. 

Springman, Anne F. 382 

Springmeier. Lou Ann 328 

Springstead, Tim O. 328 

Sprinkle, Amy C. 420 

Sprinkles, Charles P. 

Sproal. Jeff C 

Spurgeon, Paul A 

Spurlin, Margaret S 382 

Spurlock, Mary A 

Spuriock, Rhonda K. 447 

Spurrier, Ronald W 249 

Squires, Dale 180 

Stabe, Janet L. 303, 476 

Stacey, Charles C. 

Stacks, Kimberly A. 382, 397 

Stacks, Pamela A. 303. 382 

Stacy, Danny R. 

Stacy. Dwight E 447 

Stacy, Kim D. 

Stacy. Nancy W 

Staed. Gregory P 

Stafford, Bulord C 

SlaHord, Calhy J. 

Stafford, Janice E 251, 277, 281 
382 

SlaHord. Michelle R. 

Stafford. Ronald R. Jr 

Slaftord, Samuel L 

Staggs. Christopher B. 

Stagner, Charlorte H. 

Stahl, Mary A, 

Slahl, Patricia K 382 

Slahlhul, James M 382 

Stahlhul, Robert J 

Slahlhul, Tena G 393 

Slaker, Donald S 

Staker, Paul W 382 

Staker, Sheree L 310 

Stallard, Brenda K C. 

Stallings, Kimiko H 

Stallings, Steven D. 

Stallsworth, Phyllis 

Stamaio, John P. 

Stembaugh, Michaele D. 255 

Stamer, David G. 

Stamm, Christine E 

Stamper. Andrew Jr 

Slamper, Barbara 476 

Stamper, Herman M. 

Stamper, Keith 

Stamper. Linda E, 269, 447 

Stamper. Melinda G. 295. 420 

Slamper, Nadra R 382 

Slamper, Teresa 382 

Stamper, Teresa G. 397 

Stamper. Thomas M. 

Stamps. Gail A 420 

Stamps, Kalhie E 

Stamps. Robert D, 

Slanaland, Janice L. 278 

Stanaland, Peggy 216, 217 

Slanaland, Steven H 

Standard, Carolyn L. 

Slandau, Linda S 

Slander, Mary L 476 

Slander, Thomas J 420 

Stanford, Allen R. 332, 447 

Stanifer, Linda A T. 

Stanifer, Randy O 

Stanley, Ellen F 321, 332 

Stanley. Karl D 476 

Stansberry, Dean C, 

Stansbury, Judilh E. 420 

Slansel, Gail A 

Slanton, Belh A 382 

Staples, Jennifer M, 250, 447 

Staples, Joan V, 

Staples, Sarah D. 252, 264, 382 

Stapleton, James R. 

Slaplelon, Michael C. 

Stapleton, Pamela L 

Stapleton, Ray S. Jr, 324, 447 

Stapleton, Rex 328 

Starbuck, Stephen T. 316, 337, 420 

Stark, James W. II 

Stark, Karen L 447 

Stark, Laman L. 420 

Stark, Nemola M. 

Starks, Rommie M, 382 

Starnes, Christine A. 

Starnes, Jo Ann W. 

Starnes, Teresa P. 382 

Slarrett, Francis T 

Slalen, David L 

Staten, Deborah M. 

Slalhakes, James P. 

Staton, William A. 

Slaugas. Susan L. 

StClair, Robert B. 

Stead, Terri G 

Stearman, Beverly K. 

Stearman. William D. 

Stearns, Terry K, 

Sleddom, Nancy D. 

Steed, James M 420 

Sleed, Michael L. 

Steele, Darletha A 

Steele, Dlanne 

Steele. Julia S. 

Steele, Kathy J 

Steele, Lillidn L. S. 

Steele, Mark E. 

Steele, Mary B. 

Steele, Otta A, 

Steele, Randy B. 

Steele, Shelley J. 286, 477 

Steele, Sherry L 

Steele. Steven M. 

Steele, Susan K. 



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Steelman. Angela R. 

Steely, Andrea H. 312 

Steely, Paul D. 

Steely, Susan K. 267, 420 

Steely, Ten 312 

Steely. Theresa A 

Steer, John K. 

Slefanov. Christopher 

Stafanov, Karen N, 

Stetf. Ernest G 

Sieger. Jill E. 252. 267, 277 

382 
Steger. Hichard C. 
Stegman, James B. Jr. 
Stein, Charles E. 
Stein. Donna J. 
Steinberg. Mark E. 
Stelnhauer. Susan R. 
Stelnmetz. Anne M. 
Slemmetz, L. Jill 3B2 
Steller, Connie J. 
Slempfly, Deborah A. 
Stenberg, Mark L. 
Stengel. James K. 447 
Stengel. Jennifer G 
Stengel, Susan L. 318, 447 
Stephen. Karen L. 
Stephen, Sheryl J. 
Stephens, Autry L 
Stephens, Billy J 
Stephens. Burma B. 
Stephens. Cheryl A. 
Stephens, Cynthia L. 
Stephens, Douglas E, 
Stephens, Glenna E- 
Stephens, Inga D. 
Stephens. Judith S. 
Stephens. Krislme 477 
Stephens, Lisa J. 271. 420 
Stephens, Lowell E. 
Stephens, Mark A. 447 
Stephens. Michael G, 
Stephens, Robert G. 
Stephens. Ronald C. 
Stephens, Russeil H. 
Stephens, Sandra C. 
Slephens, Sharon A. 393 
Stephens, Terrence C. 270, 477 
Stephens. Ternl M 
Slephens, Timothy L 
Stephenson, Cheryl R. 477 
Stephenson, Douglas A. 
Stephenson, John W. 
Stephenson, Lee 
Stephenson, Linda H. 
Stephenson, M. Michael 326 
Stephenson. Ruth A. 
Stepp, jDAnn R 
Slepp. Linda K. 
Sterling, Alyce L. 
Stern, Dale E. 
Stern, John W. 
Sterretl. Cecilia G. 
Sletar, Gwendolyn W. 
Stethen. Mike E. 477 
Stevens, Alexa G 
Stevens. Bruce W, 420 
Stevens, David T 
Stevens. Deborah B. 
Stevens. Deborah J. 277, 447 
Stevens. Harry C. II 
Stevens, James W. 420 
Stevens, Kalina J. 
Stevens, Leslie C 247, 397 
Stevens, Margaret C 382 
Stevens, Mark L. 170 
Stevens. Martm L. 362 
Stevens, Marvin G. 
Stevens. Melvin K 
Stevens, Michael D. 
Stevens, Michael K, 
Stevens, Michele K. 
Stevens. Nannette A. 
Stevens, Norman K. 
Stevens. Shelley K. 477 
Stevens, Stanley S. 
Stevens. Sue A, 
Stevens Vickie 477 
Stevenson. Angela 51. 298 
Stevenson, Mary A. 383 
Stevenson, Sharon L, 336, 383 
Steverson, Deborlah L. 
Steward. David R. 
Steward, Michele L. 
Stewart, Caroline 249, 420 
Stewart, Cassandra G. 164, 383 
Stewart. Dallas R. 383 
Stewart. David L. 
Stewart. Denver L. 
Stewart, Don 306 
Stewart, Harland B. 
Stewart, Henry M 
Stewart, Janis E. 
Stewart, Kenneth G. 
Stewart, Marsha G, 273 
Stewart, Nancye E, 420 
Stewart, Phillip D. 
Stewart, Robin E. 
Stewart, Roy T 266. 383 
Stewart, Serena J 
Stewart, Susan L. 
Stewart, Vanessa A. 477 
Stewart, William A. 306 
Stewart, William F. 
Stewart, William R. 
Sticklen, Mary T, 
Stidham. Sandra K. 
Slidham. Sheryl A. 
Stigall. Vivian W. 
Stigler, Stacey A. 
Stiles, Donald J. 
Stiles, Holmes T, 
Still. Dale B. 
Stilwell, Brian D. 
Stine, Christopher C. 
Stinnett, Mary L, 295, 326, 383 
Stinson, Daisy H. 
Stinson. Debra C 383 
Stinson, Dixie C, 284 
Stinson. Monica R 264 
Stipes, J. Davis 
Stirn, Shelby A. 383 
Stitch, Oarryl L 
Stitz. Karin S. 318 



Stivers, Ann K. 

Stivers, Charles W. 

Stivers, Debra K 

Stivers, Judy C 

Stivers, Lucy A. 

Stivers. Mary S 477 

Stivers, Peggy M 

Slivers, Roy W 

Stivers, Susan A. 

Stocker, Ramon P. 

Stockman, Linda C. 

Stoddard, Robin A. 

Slodghlll, Allan M 

Stoess, Larry W 332 

StogsdIII, Emanuel C 

Slogsdill, Vicki L. 421 

Stokes, David R. 

Stokes, George C. Jr 

Stokes, Leslie E 56 

Stokes, Patricia R, 

Slolarick, Larry J, 

Stoll. Joan F. 

Stoll, John L. 

Stoltz, Paula J. 383 

Stone, Dan H 

Stone, Dorothy L. 477 

Stone, Elizabeth W. 477 

Slone, Frederick S. 

Stone. Hugh E 

Stone. John H. 

Stone. Karen A. 477 

Stone. Larry D 

Stone, Marsha K. 421 

Stone, Patricia A. 

Slone, Ricky L. 477 

Stone. Ronnie G. 

Stone, Sonya L 

Stone, Teresa D. 

Slone, William S. 

Stonebraker, Patricia 

Sloneking. Jeffrey 0. 

Sloner, Cheryl A 

Sloner, Donna B 

Slopher, Norma H 

Storey, David W 247, 264 

Storm, Alice Y 

Storm, Donald C. 

Storm, Robert L. 

Slorm, Sharon M. 284 

Slory, Karen F 

Story, Lynn C. 383 

Story, Paula S. 447 

Story. Wayne G 

Stoul, James C. 330 

Stow, Susan A. 

Stowers, Mark A. 300, 421 

Strahle, Grant D Jr. 

Strang, William S 167 

Strange, Jean P 

Strange, Johanna E, 

Strange, Mark D. 

Stratton, Bobby 

Stratton. Holly K. 477 

Stratton, Mark A, 312 

Stratton, Mary A. 

Stratton, Paula K. 

Stratton, Rita K. G. 

Stratton, Scott 

Stratton, Tamara C, 310 

Stratton, Thomas K. 

Strausbaugh, Keith M. 

Slrauss, Beulah F. 

Strawn, Ronald D 

Street, James C. 

Street. Terry R. 383 

Strehle, Joan M. 

Streiber, Nancy J. 

Streighl, Steven J 180, 258 

Streilhorst. A David 

Strickland. Edd 

Strickland, Randy L. 

Siriel, Jan M. 421 

Strietelmeier, Daniel 330 

Stringer, Brenda C, 

Slripp, Steven G. 447 

Slrobach, Edward C 209 

Sirodtbeck, Mary E. 273, 447 

Strong, Bonnie 447 

Strong, Connie 447 

Strong. Guy H, 

Strong. Londa A. 447 

Strong, Lowell N. 447 

Strong. Michael P, 167. 322 

Strong, Niki 305 

Strong, Sandra L. 

Strong, Sheila R. 477 

Strother. Nancy D. 383 

Stroude, Joseph G. 250, 283. 288 

421 
Strowig, Gary F, 
Strunk. Debra A 
Strunk, Jeanne A. 477 
Sirunk, Kathleen A, 274. 447 
Stuart, Sue E 328 
Stuart, Terrance R. 
Slubblelield. John D. 
Stubblelield, Sharon 
Stuck, Teresa L. 318 
Stuck, Timothy R 
Stucker, Mark D 
Stucky, Arlan 45, 176, 180 

185 
STUDENT ASSOCIATION 282. 283 
STUDENT COURT 283 
STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION 

ASSOCIATION 268 
STUDENT SOCIAL WORK 

ASSOCIATION 269 
Stuessel, John K. 477 
Stull. William A. 
Stumbo, Elizabeth A. 477 
Stumbo, Gregory S. 
Stumbo, Marsha K. 337 
Stump. Diane S 
Stump, Loretta M. 
Slump, Mark R. 
Sturgeon. Arthelas J. 
Slurglll. Philip G 
Sturglll. R. Kevin 
Slurglll, Ronald 
Sturgill. Sieve 
Stutzman, Marcia S. 383 
Styer. Sherry L 
Styno. William L. 



Sublett, Nathan A 
Sudduth, F. Scott 383 
Suerdick, Sandra K, 249, 276, 421 
Suerdieck, Carta M. 262. 270, 274 

447 
Suits, James B 
Suits, Kathy W 
Sulikowski. Diana W. 477 
Sullivan, Brian F 
Sullivan, Christine 
Sullivan, Cynlhia D. 265 
Sullivan, Dennis J. 
Sullivan, James A. 
Sullivan, Mark W 253, 258 
Sullivan, Robin A. 
Sullivan, Ted F. 
Summe, David E 
Summe, Dara M 303 
Summitl, John 
Sumner, Franklin D. 180 
Sumner, Jerry F. 
Sumner, Joann 421 
Sumner, Maedean 
Sunski, Matthew J, 421 
Supenls, Elien j 
Supplee, Alice Y M 
Surratt, Stanley D 383 
Suler, Mark A 250, 276, 421 
Sutfin, Deborah A. 248, 256, 257 

383 
Sutherland, David G. 
Sutherland, Deborah K. 159 
Sutherland, Dennis D 
Sulphin, Rhonda L. 
Sulphin, William 0. 
Suttle, Jim 167 
Sutton. Debbie J 
Sutton, Debra K 
Sutton, Edwin 
Sutton. Joe D. 421 
Sutton, Lewis fl, 
Sutton, Michael A- 
Sutton, Rosemary R. 
Sutton, Sharon L. 271 
Sutton, Thomas E 447 
Swattord. Helen 
Swagler, Bruce M, 236, 254, 259 

384 
Swaim. Jerry 275 
Swain, Martina G 
Swan, Timothy 
Swanagin, Patricia A. 
Swanagin, Robert L. 
Swanger. William E. 
Swann. Larry P 275 
Swann, Marvin L 275 
Swanner, Clara S 
Swanner, Pamela K. 
Swanson, Cynthia E. 431 
Swanson, Nancy A, 
Swanlon, Jeffrey C. 
Swart. Keith W 
Swartz, Lesia G. 
Swartz, Veronica J 310,332 
Swearingen, Rickey G. 
Sweasy, Patricia A. 
Sweat, Delores J. 397 
Sweat, Susie L. 384 
Sweazey, Dale E. 
Sweeney, Carey M 
Sweeney. Douglas L 477 
Sweeney, Garnetta 447 
Sweeney, Jacklyn 421 
Sweeney, Jennifer L 
Sweeney. Michael M. 269, 447 
Sweeney, Pamela J 
Sweet. Deborah R. 
Sweel, Greg D. 324 
Swencki, John E 
Swifl, Nathan L 
Swigan, Daniel H, 
Swigart, Robin L. 447 
Swim, Sherry A. 
Swinlofd, Monte C. 296 
Swisher, Kenneth W. 
Switzer, Kenneth W. 
SwoHord, David L. 156, 333 



Swope. Jennifer A. 384 
Swope. Teresa K 447 
Sword, Michael W. 
Syms, Susan A 447 



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Tabler, Walter M 447 

Tabone, Tom J. 

Tabor, Cynthia M 310 

Tabor, Ernest T. 

Tabor, James B. 447 

Tackelt, Annetta G. 447 

Tackett, Cindy J 

Tackett, Debra K 315, 448 

Tackett, Jackie R. 

Tackett, John C 264, 306, 421 

Tackelt, Jonell 246, 273, 318, 421 

Tackett, Kathy L 26, 448 

Tackett, Mark S. 

Tackelt, Marsha L 447 

Tackett, Nancy L 447 

Tackett, Selby S 277, 384 

Tacy, Lester I 

Tadikamalle, Pandu R. 

Taglauer, Martha K 312 

Talbert, Charles S 

Talbert, Everett D 334, 384 

Talbott, Mttzie L 

Talkie, Linda G 

Tallent. Norma J 477 

Tallent, Richard A. 477 

Talley. Debra A 477 

Talley, Vernon L 

Tameris, Gary L 245, 253. 258 

Tamme, Connie J 

Tamroc, Gunseli 384 

Tang, Kwan Nam 

Tankersley, Duane D 

Tankersley, Fred M 

Tankersley, Jellrey L 

Tanner, Karen S 421 

Tapp, Eleanor J, 273, 477 

Tapp, Larry A 

Tapscott, Lanna M 

Tarr, Scott R 

Tarter, James L 

Tarter, Kevin B 448 

Tarter, Rebecca A. 

Tasman, Harriet 

Tate, Janet C 

Tale, Jett G 

Tale, Kenneth R 

Tate, Larry H, 

Talem, Robin A. 

Tatter, Deborah E. 393 

Tatterson. Brenda G. 205 

Talum. Howard R, 

latum. James E 

TAU KAPPA EPSILON 332, 333 

Taulbee, James M. 448 

Taulbee, Paul D 

Taulbee, Ronald 

Tavakolian, AM 

Taybi, Carol A. 

Taylor, Brenda J. 

Taylor, Carol K 

Taylor. Carolyn F 

Taylor. Catherine J. 

Taylor. Charles A. 

Taylor, Charles R 

Taylor, Cheryl L. 

Taylor, Cililia L 

Taylor, Clittord A. 257. 268, 286 

287, 384 
Taylor, Daniel L. 
Taylor, David A 
Taylor, David J. 
Taylor, David M 
Taylor, Debbie A. 440 
Taylor, Diane 
Taylor. Dons B 
Taylor. Duane T 
Taylor, Duanna M. 477 



Taylor, Durran H 477 

Taylor, Edwina J, 

Taylor, Elizabeth A 

Taylor, Glenn T 

Taylor, Harvey E, 

Taylor, Jack S. 

Taylor, Jacquelyn E. 

Taylor, John H, 384 

Taylor. John T 

Taylor, John T 

Taylor, Joy D 

Taylor, Kalhy M, 277 

Taylor, Kenneth J 

Taylor, Latonka D 142 

Taylor, Leslie J 322 

Taylor, Lindley S 310 

Taylor, Lisa G 

Taylor. Michael D 448 

Taylor, Michael E. 

Taylor, Morris 

Taylor, Pamela C 384 

Taylor, Patricia A 

Taylor, Penny D 447 

Taylor, Phillip E. 

Taylor, Reba H 

Taylor, Rebecca L 448 

Taylor, Richard L 

Taylor. Richard M 

Taylor, Rick 306 

Taylor, Rita K 172, 205, 448 

Taylor, Robert K. 

Taylor, Robert P 421 

Taylor, Scoll B 

Taylor, Sheeree L. 397 

Taylor, Sherron S 448 

Taylor, Steve K 

Taylor, Terry A 

Taylor, Terry L 237, 243. 288 

289 
Taylor, Thomas C. 328 
Taylor. Thomas L 
Taylor, Thomas P 
Taylor, Tood 332 
Taylor, Tracey L. 448 
Taylor, Vincenl P 
Taylor, Virginia C 298, 299, 384 
Taylor, William D 
Tayse, Audrey Y 477 
Teachman, Johanna 
Teague, Donna J 271 
Teague, Janice G 51, 79, 448 
Tester, Gena L 477 
Teater, Tern A. 
Tebaull, Sherman A 
Teclemariam, Debessai 
Teed, Kayleen M. 
Tehan, Margaret L 
Teipel, Mary M 448 
Telek, John A. 
Temple, Oaryf L 270 
Temple, Laura E. 
Templeman. Martha C 
Templeton, Leo D 
Tenery. Elizabeth M 
Tenery, James M. 
Tenley, Sally J 
Tennill, David A 
Terrell, Debra A 384 
Terrell, Dennis P 
Terrell, Gloria J 
Terrili, Ronnie W. 
Terry, David S, 
Terry. Denny 
Terry, Henry D 
Terry, Jane E 147. 224, 248 

257, 384 
Terry, John D. 206, 207 
Terry, June 
Terry, Tina M 
Terry, Tracy M 
Terry, Wesley D 
Terstegge, Martin 
Thacker, Clarence T, 
Thacker. Deborah A. 477 
Thacker. Gregory D 
Thacker, Rachel M. 
Thacker, Robert N. II 



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Thafheimer, Leslie A 303. 337 

Tharp, Justine T 

Theiss. James D 316 

Tfielsing. Bryan K 

Theobald. Philip W. 

THETA CHI 306 

Thiel. John R 

Thiem, Mark A. 316 

Thien. James B 477 

Thoeny, William T 

Thomas, Charles H, 

Thomas, Charlotte Y. 

Thomas, Cheryl L. 

Thomas, Christopher L, 

Thomas, Clyde A. 

Thomas. Darren S 

Thomas. David A, 328 

Thomas, David L 

Thomas. Dawn M. 

Thomas, Deborah J. 481, 421 

Thomas. Donald A. 

Thomas. Donald B 

Thomas. Dons A. 

Thomas. Earle 60 

Thomas. Emily D 

Thomas, Gail 

Thomas. Gary M 180 

Thomas. Glen M. 

Thomas, Jacqueline D. 

Thomas. James A. 

Thomas, James E. Jr 279. 322. 337 

384 
Thomas, James L 
Thomas, Jennifer J 
Thomas, Klmberly M. 
Thomas, Lawrence 
Thomas, Lisa A 448 
Thomas. Mark W 
Thomas, Michael D. 
Thomas, Michael W. 384 
Thomas, Norma F. 477 
Thomas, Ralph B. 
Thomas, Ralph D 
Thomas, Ralph P 
Thomas, Ricardo 
Thomas, Ronald H 
Thomas, Rory D 448 
Thomas, Rosanne M. 
Thomas, Rudy M 
Thomas, Sandra J. 
Thomas, Slephen W 
Thomas, Sue L. 
Thomas. Susan J. $9, 384 
Thomas, Tamara L 
Thomas, Tammie Z 
Thomas, Tom 
Thomas, Virgmia L C 
Thomas, William 
Thomas. William M 
Thomason. James G 288 
Thomasson, Scott H 
Thomasson. Tommie L. 269. 397 
Thomison. Kathy L 448 
Thompson. Aaron Jr 384 
Thompson. Anthony D 
Thompson, Barbara J 397 
Thompson. Barbara M 
Thompson, Betty J 
Thompson. Betty S 
Thompson, Clarence M. 
Thompson, Dale P 
Thompson, David C 
Thompson, David K 
Thompason, David L 385 
Thompson, David W. 
Thompson, Diia L. 448 
Thompson, Edward F. 
Thompson. Elaine K 
Thompson. Elizabeth P. 
Thompson, Ellen 
Thompson. Emily C. 
Thompson, Francis B. 421 
Thompson, Gaylord M 
Thompson, Howard 138 
Thompson, Jack W. 
Thompson, James C. 289 
Thompson, Jerri L 477 
Thompson, Johnny 
Thompson, Judilh A, 
Thompson, Julje M 
Thompson, Karen J F 385 
Thompson, Larry E. 337 
Thompson, Leroy 
Thompson, Lisa 249 
Thompson, Lisa A. 477 
Thompson. Lynne M. 
Thompson. Matthew B. 
Thompson, Michael H 275 
Thompson. Mickie T 
Thompson, Nick C. 
Thompson, Penny M. 
Thompson, Randal G. 
Thompson, Roger L. 
Thompson, Ronald L. 
Thompson, Sally E 
Thompson, Shelia D. 385 
Thompson, Stephen R, 
Thompson, Steven S. 
Thompson, Susan C. 
Thompson, Teresa A. 477 
Thompson. Timothy G. 
Thompson. Wilber E 
Thore. Kathy A. 
Thornberry. Debbie L. 
Thornton, Donald A 
Thornton, Jerome W 
Thornton, Joanne 295 
Thornton, Marilyn A. 
Thorpe, David W 
Thorpe, Dennis E. 
Thorpe, Jerry M 448 
Thrasher, Jimmy B. 
Thrasher. Kimberii A. 477 
Throckmorton, Kenneth 
Thropp, Gary M 421 
Thurby. Harry D Jr. 



Thurman 


Claude R. 


Thurman 


David D 


Thurman 


Margaret M 


Thurman 


Randall L, 


Thurman 


Ricky L 385 


Thurman 


Wade P. 270 


Thurman 


William S. 


Thurmon 


a. Lee A. 



Thurston. Connie J 

Thwaites. Randy A. 

Tichenor, Annis C. 385 

Tichenor, Carolyn J. 

Ticknor. Susan A. 280, 322 

Tidwell, Terrell E. 

Tierney, David M. 189, 190. 192 

Tierney. Larry W. 

Tierney, Mary B 448 

Tierney, Tom M Jr 167 

Tilford, William L, 

Tiller, Denise 

Tiller. Eddie L. 

Tiller. Pamela J. 

Titlery, Douglas K. 

Tillery, Richard H. 

Tillett. Albert R. 

Tillett, James R 315 

Tillman, James P, 

Tillman, Malcolm K. 

Tilson. Melissa 

Timmons, Susan L 

Tincher, Connie S. 385 

Tincher, Dorothy F 

Tincher, Elizabeth K. 

Tincher, William L, 

Tingle, Jeffrey D. 

Tingle, Timothy V. 

Tingley, Kenneth E. 

Tingley, William C 

Tinker, Curtis J. 

Tinsley, Danny L 421 

Tinsley, Richard W 316 

Tippe, William C II 

Tipton, Betsy A 448 

Tiplon, Benie R. 

Tipton, Carolyn D. 

Tipton, Charles A 

Tipton, Connie C 397 

Tipton, Cynthia L 303 

Tipton, David K. 

Tipton, Elsie C. 

Tiplon, Larry J. 

Tiplon, Layne A. 

Tiplon. Michael B. 

Tipton, Mitzi M. 448 

Tipton, Paula R. 213, 255 

Tipton, Rebecca J 477 

Tipton, Robert J. Jr. 

Tipton, Robert J. Jr 

Tipton, Robert L. 

Tipton, Sadie N C 

Titus, James S 

Tobaben, Steven J 

Tobergia, Brian L. 328 

Tobergle, Daniel E, 

Tobergle. David J 280, 477 

Tobin, Paula D 

Tobin, Stuart 

Todd, Alice D. 385 

Todd, Karen M 478 

Todd. Kathleen A. 

Todd, Kaihy J. 

Todd, Sharon K 478 

Todd, Virginia D 

ToHness, William M. 

Togunde. Gibson A. 393 

Togunde, Sunday 

Tolar, Mary E, 

Tolle, Betty E, 

Tolliver, Kim 268, 316, 421 

Tolliver, Vickie L 

Tomasj, Roxane M 254, 268, 385 

Tomblyn, Randy N 

Tomes, Franklm D. 

Tomes, Gwendolyn S. 

Tomlinson. Ann C 449 

Tomlinson, Elizabeth 

Tomlinson, Jerry A. 

Tommie, Glen D. 

Tompkins, Rita D. 421 

Tonini, Gerald J. 

Toombs, Elsie M 478 

Topmiller, Robert G. 300, 449 

Topper, Amy R 478 

Torain, James M. 

Torbett, Linda K. 

Torben, Dan 266 

Torok. Shirley A. 

Toth, Mary C. 284, 449 

Tolten, Richard A. 

Toller, Janet E 

Tougher, Susan A 

Touvelle, Jeffrey D. 385 

Towery, Logan R. 

Towles, Burnetta C V. 

Towles, Donald T 

Towles, Robert S. 

Townsend, Calvin M. 

Townsend, Etta L 

Townsend, Scarlet F, 

Trammell, Terri L, 

Trapp, Brenda K. 478 

Travis, Jeanne W. 

Travis, Larry T, 

Travis, Paul D. 276 

Travis, Paul H. 449 

Travis, Ronnie E. 

Travis, Rose E. 172, 449 

Traw, Loretta O, 

Trawick, Herbert A 

Traxier, Rachel 8. 

Traylor, Jenrey M. 

Traynor, Dennis L 

Treacy, Lisa C. 318, 449 

Treadway, Georgiana C 322, 421 

Treadway, Jedery A 247 

Treadway, Jennifer S. 318, 449 

Trebolo, Joyce A. 385 

Trees. Chris T, 

Tremain, Paul E, 

Trembath, Richard W. 275, 385 

Trentman, Rose M. 478 

Tressler, John R. 

Tribble, Connie L. 

Tribble, George Jr 

Tribble, Lorna C. 

Tribble. Steven B. 

Trick, Michael E. 

Trigg, Wanda L 

Tribmie, David C. 

Trimble, James M 

Trimble, Linda A 421 

Trimble, Mark C. 



Trimble, Stephen A. 

Tr.mble, Susan R. 421 

Trimpe, Michael 

Tnplett, Douglas A. 

Triplet!, Lisa A 249, 478 

Tnplett, Mark H. 

Tripp, Joe F, 

Tripp, Joyce T 

Tritschler, Ealine E 

Trodahl. Marcia L 385 

Trogdien, Horrell C. 170, 209, 385 

Trone, Nancy J 

Trosper. Roy S. 

Troth, Thomas M 224, 235, 252 
283, 385 

Troulman, Lisa L 478 

Trovinger, Terry W. 

Trowell. Clayburn M. 478 

Trowell, Micheal A 

Truax, Martha L 

Trude, William W 

Trudell, David M. 

True, Dana M 

True, Jann C. 

True, Kenneth L, 

True, Paula L. 

True. Virginia G. 

Truill. James R. 

Truman, Harry L 

Truman, Leslie P 421 

Truman, Patricia D 

Trumbo, Carol H 

Trumbo, Robert P 

Tryon. Terry T 

Tsang, Eliza H 

Tsang, Gerard N 

Tsang, Laitan M 

Tsang, York You 

Tsang, Yorkjone 421 

Tubb. Deborah K 449 

Tubbesing, Karen L 449 

Tucker, Charles G 478 

Tucker, Cheri L. 

Tucker, David G. 

Tucker, Deborah D. 

Tucker, Deedie G 

Tucker, Donna M 449 

Tucker, Jack G. Jr 

Tucker, Judith L 

Tucker, Karen S 305 

Tucker, Monna 247 

Tucker, Patricia W. 

Tucker, Patricia W 

Tucker, Peggy L. 

Tucker, Robert W. 

Tucker, Sheila K 274 

Tucker, Sherrye G F. 

Tucker, William D 

Tucker, William R Jr 

Tudor. Charles A II 

Tudor, Lawrence W 

Tudor, Hhojalia K. 385 

Tudor, Robert H, 

Tudor, Rod A. 170 

Tuel, Samira K 

Tuggle, James M Jr. 

Toggle, JoAnna L 246, 421 

Tuggle, Richard D 

Tuggle, Rose E 478 

Tuggle, Sherrye L 246, 385 

Tuggle, Tern J 271, 421 

Tully, Carol A. B 

Tuma, Jacquelin G 

Tunnell, Kenneth D 

Tupman, Cynthia L 247, 385 

Tureman, Mary C 449 
Turley. Belinda G 385 
Turley. Donna J 478 
Turley, James H. 
Turley, Teresa A 449 
Turley, Valerie A. 
Turner, Agnes S, 
Turner, Archie D. 
Turner, Barnetta 
Turner, Brenda J. 
Turner, Brian L. 
Turner, Clifford M. 449 
Turner, Cynde E. 
Turner. Daniel L, 
Turner. Darryl G. 
Turner, David M. 
Turner, Oelbert D. 
Turner, Diane 
Turner, Donna L 
Turner, Dorothy B 310, 385 
Turndr, Douglas M, 
Turner, Eftie M. 205 
Turner, Ernest E. 
Turner. Esther C 385 
Turner, Ethel F. 449 
Turner, Eugene 
Turner, Eugenia K 421 
Turner, Floyd L, 
Turner, Granville V 
Turner, Jackie F 
Turner, Janice K. 265, 478 
Turner, Janice M. 385 
Turner, Jean C. 8. 
Turner. John B. 
Turner, John D. 
Turner, Kathy L, 
Turner, Kathy L. 
Turner, Linda E, 318 
Turner, Margery B. 
Turner, Mark R. 288 
Turner. Martha E. 421 
Turner. Melinda M, 478 
Turner. Molly 
Turner. Nancy L. 421 
Turner, Neana S. 385 
Turner, Norma J 
Turner, Patti A. 478 
Turner, Phillip S. 
Turner, Rebecca M. 
Turner, Robi L 385 
Turner. Ronald A. 
Turner. Ronnie L. 
Turner. Sharon K. 281, 449 
Turner, Sheila S 
Turner, Stephen R 
Turner, Stephen R. 
Turner, Sylvia M 478 
Turner, Teresa K 
Turner, Tommy T 385 



Turner, Vernon D 385 
Turpen, Bryan D 
Turpen. Janice C. 
Turpin, Charles J 
Turpin, Charles K, 
Turpin, Donald M. 
Turpin, Patricia 
Turpin, Zelma Y. 
Tussey, Cissy 478 
Tussey. Elizabeth L. 
Tussey, Jennifer J. 
Tussey, Layne 
Tussey, Pamela S. 
Tussey, Teresa K. 385 
Tussing, Marione H 421 
Tuttle, Carol A 
Turtle, David L 
Tuttle, Kirk M, 
Tuznik, Michaeline 
Tycer, Aubrey B. 
Tyler, Gary D 330 
Tyler, Maudie A. 
Tyler, Pennie M. 
Tyler, Sherry L 262, 449 
Tyminski, Brenda E 
Tyra. Vickie L 281, 478 
Tyree, Barbara J. 
Tyree, Nancy P. 
Tyson, Anita G 
Tysseling, Karen L. 478 



— Y— 



Ullman, Eleanor B. 
Ulmer, Steven D 
Ulnch. Doug A 385 
Umberger, Anila M 
Underhill, Danny 170, 300 
Underhill. Karen L 449 
Underhill, Mary T 
Underwood, April E 479 
Underwood, David H 
Underwood, Jeffrey W 
Underwood, Laura M, 449 
Underwood, Robert D. 332 
Underwood, Ten E 479 
Unger, Jayne M 303 
Upchurch, Ehzabelh R 
Upchurch, Jimmy L 
Uphaus, Catherine M 479 
Uptagrafft, Willa R. 
Uram, John S 

Utler, Carrie F. 262, 296. 421 
Utter, JoAnn 248 
Utter, Ruth M 479 
Utz, Jennifer A. 172. 210, 211 
245, 386 



— V— 



Vachon, Diane L. 

Vahlkamp. Sarah M 

Valentin, Lorenzo 449 

Valentine, Connie L 

Valentine, Teresa A. 

Valentino, Julie M 449 

Valentino, Laura A 

Valentour, Joseph Jr. 

VALIANETTS 278 

Valley, Earl M 

Valley, Shila A. K. 

Vance, Beverly S 449 

Vance, Gary L. 

Vance, Jacqueline S 

Vance, James M. 

Vance, Joe B. 

Vance, John C. 

Vance, Laura C. 328, 421 

Vance. Mark P. 

Vance, Richard T. 

Vance, Roger M Jr, 

Vance, Roy N 

Vandergaw, Andrew L. 

Vandergriff, Jerry W 421 

Vandish, Richard N 168 

Vandy, Diana L 

Vandy, Donna F 449 

VanGilder, Kevin C 270, 479 

VanGilder, Phillip E 

VanGorp, Todd L 

VanHerpe, Robert V 

VanHook, Jenny L 386 

VanHook, Kathy A 479 

VanHook, Linda G N. 

VanHoose, Joe D. 

VanHorn, Dennis G. 

VanMeler, Rox 

VanMiddlesworth, Cmd 449 

VanNostrand, Richard 

VanNoy, James A. 

VanOver, Patty L 421 

VanOver. Rita L 277, 285. 421 

VanOver. Ronnie W. 393 

VanOver. Teresa A. 421 

VanOver, Vickie F 

VanOver. Vivian K 479 

VanPelt. Tami L 449 

VanSant, Leon T 266 

VanWegen. Holly R. 

VanWinkle, Alvin fl 

VanWinkle, Paul R. 

VanWinkle, Roger D. 

VanZanl. Clarence W. 

VanZant. Roger D 

Varner, Harry D, 

Varney, Jane E. 164, 386 

Varney, Leroy B 386 

Varney. Lesley 0. 269. 315. 449 

Varney, Robert 26 

Varney. Teresa H. 

VARSITY E-CLUB 258 

Vasquez. Chris A 290, 310 

Vater. Libby B 

Valer, Raymond S 

Vaughan. Carol E 

Vaughan. Evelyn A, 

Vaughan. Lisa D. 449 

Vaughan, David M. 251, 277, 421 



Vaughn, Douglas A. 285 
Vaughn, James R. 
Vaughn, Janet S. 
Vaughn, Lisa D. 272, 290. 296 

397 
Vaughn, Richard K 
Vaughn, Verna 0. 
Vaught, Barry D. 
Vaught, Jennifer L 449 
Vaughl. Penny M 
Veach, Gary W. 449 
Vencill, Sylvia C. 
Venezie. Christine L 265 
Venezie, Mary 8 
Verber, Joseph R 
Verespy, Edward P 
Vermillion, Stanley R. 
Vernon, Rita K. 
Vernon, Roy C. It! 
Vervilte. Barbara S. 
Verwold, Patricia 
Vescio, Herb 164 
Vessels, Mary V 264, 422 
Vest, Angela M. 
Vetter, Karla F. 422 
Viars. Glenda G. 272, 449 
Viars, Palma J. 
Viars, Vicki 175, 284. 386 
Vice, Donna J. 
Vice, Janna P. 
Vice, Mary A 449 
Vick, Perry F 
Vickous, Linda G. 
Viel, Susan J. 
Vieth, Deborah S 422 
Vifquam, Lee A 303 
Vifquain, Steven N 316 
Vilaythong, Somnuck 
Vincent, Claude E. 
Vincent, Richard D. 
Vinson. Janet L. 
Virgin, David E 
Virgin, Deborah L. 
Virgin, Gregory A. 
Visse, Earl C. 300 
Vitato, Carol A. 449 
Vittitoe, Sonya B. 
Vittilow, Denise G. 
Vittitow, Jesse B. 
Vittitow, Patricia L. 
Vogel, Carl W. 
Vogelsang, Darla J. 
Vogelsang, Steve T 
Vogt, Dianne M 386 
Vogt, Patricia D 479 
Vohun, Frank 180 
Voiers, Vickie S 303 
Voight, Alison E. 
Voight, Geoffrey G. 
Voight, Jesselyn E. 
Volkerding, John K. Jr, 479 
Volmering, Ronald E. 288. 324 
Volpe, Donna G. 0. 
Voipe, John A 
Volpenhein, Frank F. 
Volpenhein, Mark E. 422 
Volpenhein, Sam A 479 
Volpp. Robert C 200 
Vonderhaap, Mary P. 449 
Vondarheide. Terry B 
Voorhees, John E 
Vorbeck, Jean A. 295 
Vorbeck, Joseph A 324 
Vore, Eric D 
Vore, Linda S. 
Voyles. Timmy W 
Vreeland. Stephen F. 



— W— 



Waag.Susan J. 321 

Waddle, Diana R, 
Waddle, George T 
Waddle. Mary L, 
Waddle. Rosezell G. 
Wade, Brenda J 479 
Wade, Gloria M. 
Wade, Jerry L 270 
Wade, Paula K. 479 
Wade, Rhonda C, 479 
Wade, Susan R. 
Wade, Tommy O 
Wagenaar, Douglas J 209 
Wagers, Anga J 
Wagers, Evelyn 268 
Wagers, Joyce M, 
Wagers. Linda D. 
Waggoner, Brenda S. 
Waggoner, Duncan N. 
Waggoner, Greg W. 
Waggoner, Robin K, 422 
Wagner. Barbara S. 
Wagner, Daniel L. 306 
Wagner, David A, 306. 386 
Wagner, Jane E. 
Wagner, Joy E 321 
Wagoner, Dora L, 
Wahl. Martha J 
Wahlbrink, Steve C. 
Wahlbrink, Susan M. 254. 386 
Wahle, Garry T, 
Walde. Alice J 422 
Wainscott, Sherry L. 
Waits. Victor W, 
Waklm. William J. Jr. 
Walbrun, Lorl L 449 
Walden. Blllle E. 
Walden, Nelson G. 
Waldmann, Barbara C. 
Waldron, Menia R, 422 
Waldrop. Fred D Jr. 
Walker. Andrea L 
Walker. AngelA D. 
Walker, Angela V 
Walker, Arch W. 
Walker, Arthur H. Jr. 
Walker, Bettie F B 
Walker, Betty A 
Walker, Brenda A. H, 
Walker. Canida S 
Walker, Caria A. 



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i 



Walker, 
Walker. 
Walkei 

Walker, 



Walker. Caria J. 

Walker, Charles F 275, 385 

Walker. Charles M 

Walker, Charles T 

Walker. Christine E 

Walker, Deborah L 

Walker, Deborah L 

Walker, Donald K 386 

Walker, Donald R. 

Walker, Elizabeth A. 

Walker, Ernest R 

Walker, Eve A, 

Walker, Frederick J. 479 

Walker. GeraldJne E. 

Walker. J. Maura S 
ms C 422 
. Jo A J 
, JoAnn 
, Joetia L 479 

Walker, John F 

Walker. Keith H 324 

Walker, Lynette 479 

Walker, Melvin 449 

Walker, Mike C 422 

Walker, Nelson J 

Walker. Richard W 

Walker, Roberta A 

Walker. Sharon D 

Walker, Sharon J, 

Walker. Shelia R. 

Walker, Terrj L. 

Walker. Tina C 

Walker, Willie L. 

Wall, Albert L 

Wall. Donna J. 

Walt, Ervm K. 

Wall, Kenny W 

Wall. Marlene M, 

Wall. Virginia R. 

Wall, William P. 

Wallace, Brad C. 200 

Wallace, C. Curtis 

Wallace. Danny R, 

Wallace, Gary W 

Wallace, Jewell O 

Wallace. Lisa A 

Wallace. Lu Anne 

Wallace. Mary F 449 

Wallace. Michael A. 

Wallace. Ralph D. 

Wallace. Randall K. 306 

Wallace. Susan G 

Wallace. William L. 479 

Wallen. Leslie A 422 

Wallen, Rita G. 386 

Waller, Jo E. 310. 337 

Walls, Danny C 

Walls, Lanny R. 

Walsh, David T. 

Walsh, Hose A. 

Walsh. Thomas L Ml 

Walsh. William P 

Walter, Janis L. 281 

Walter, Jeffrey A, 449 

Walter, John R 

Wallers, Andy M 

Walters, Anna G 

Walters. Frank R, 422 



269 



330 



Walters, Henry C 
Walters, Janice L. 
Walters. Kenneth B. 
Walters, Lewis J 
Walters. Linda K 
Walters. Lisa A 
Walters. Merrl R 
Wallers. Michael I 
Walton, Alma P. C. 
Walton, Michael L. 479 
Walton. Susan S 
Wang. TIan Mlau 
Ward, Bernadine 449 
Ward, Bobby G Jr 
Ward. Breni A, 316 
Ward, Brian K 315 
Ward, David T. 
Ward. Deborah E 296. 386 
Ward. Don F 
Ward. Jackie D 
Ward, James E. . 
Ward, Mary A. 
Ward, Maureen A. 
Ward. Mike A. 479 
Ward. Nancy L H 
Ward, Robert J 252, 386 
Ward. Samuel M 393 
Ward, Stephen D. 
Ward. Teresa G 
Ward, Thomas S 
Ward. Tim 
Ward, Virginia G G. 
Warden, Donna T 397 
Warder. James W 
Wardford. Michael L 337 
Wardrip. Ronald G 
Ware, Archie L. Ill 315. 386 
Ware, Barbara A 318 
Warf, Carmela P 
Warfield. Albert L 
Warfield, Schuronda G. 
Warford, Jewell W 
Warford. Roma S 248. 422 
Warlick, Anthony L. 
Warman. Teresa L 
Warmbrodt. James C 
Warming, Karl E 
Warner. Clayton H. 
Warner, David R- 
Warner. Edward C 
Warner. Gregory S 
Warner. Janet L 269, 422 
Warner, Jeffrey C. 306. 449 
Warner, Libby J. 295, 480 
Warnick. Roberta L. 
Warnock. Brenda A. 
Warnock, Cheryl A 422 
Warren. Bettie M 
Warren, Broadus V. 
Warren, Carolyn J 
Warren. Curtis E 
Warren. Daniel C Jr. 
Warden, Dale 250 
Warren, Dean A 386 
Warren, Harold C. 
Warren. Karen G 
Warren, Larry A 
Warren, Lola H 



Warren, Melanle 321 
Warren. Peggy 
Warren, Roger D 422 
Warren. Sarah E 288, 303 
Warren. Steven H 
Warren, William B 180 
Warrix, Fayetta D 422 
Wash, Cindy 480 
Washington, Augusta M 48 
Washington, Gloria J 
Washington. Gwendolyn 
Washington, Louise A. 
Washington, Marvin L. 
Washington, Roxann 
Wesson. Sheri L 
Waters. Ann T 
Waters. Dayna J 422 
Waters. Jmaes D. 
Waters. Patricia L 
Walhen, Michael A 
Wathen Patricia M D 252 
Walklns, Albert P 
Watklns, Barbara A 449 
Watkins. Bobbie J R 
Watkins, Carlos 
Walkins, Joyce K 
Watkins. Kathryn L 
Watkins. Pamela M 295. 450 
Watkins. Samuel E 
Watkins. Sheila B 
Watkins, Veronica A 299 
Watson, Barbara H 
Watson. Carol J 480 
Watson, Danny L 386 
Watson. Debbie L 386 
Watson. Donna L 422 
Watson, Guy M 200. 201, 422 
Watson, Harold G 366 
Watson, Julie K 
Watson. Lawrence A. 422 
Watson. Marilyn K 
Watson. Mary F 
Watson, Mary L 
Watson. Teresa L 284, 315 
Watson. Terry G 422 
Watson, Vincent R 
Walters. Clarenetta H. 
Walters. Elmar B 
Watts. Alice C 268, 393 
Watts, Charlene 228. 246, 252 

257 
Walls, Debra G 
Watts, Donna K. 
Watts. Donnie J 
Watts, Ethel C. 232. 252, 386 
Watts. Florence A 251. 422 
Watts. Gary D 
Watts. George C 386 
Watts. Girdell S 
Walts, Glenn T 
Watts. Martha J 
Watts, N. Yvonne 
Watts. Perry B 332, 337 
Watts, Rella S. 
Watts, Roy L. Ill 
Watts. William B 386 
Waugh. Aileen C 
Waugh, Michael A 



Way. Gregory A 

Wearren. Ronald C. 

Weathers, Burnett 

Wealhers. Delena A 422 

Weathers, Mary L 335. 337 

Weathers, Steven K. 

Weaver, Daniel S 

Weaver. Darryel A, 

Weaver. Debbie L 

Weaver, Deborah A 450 

Weaver, Debra R 

Weaver. Diana A 

Weaver. Diane 386 

Weaver, Freddy M 

Weaver. Lorraine 298, 450 

Weaver, Mallory A 386 

Weaver. Michael R. 164 

Weaver. Patrick M 249 

Weaver. Richard L 189 

Weaver, Sophta E 

Weaver, Teresa M 397 

Weaver, Wanda S 322 

Webb, Albert N. 

Webb. Benny H. 450 

Webb, Billy E 264 

Webb, Danny R. 

Webb, Dora L 386 

Webb. Eugene 

Webb, Eugenia L 

Webb. Jennifer G 450 

Webb. Karren J 480 

Webb. Kathleen Y 

Webb, Laberla L 480 

Webb. Lois A 422 

Webb. Michael 

Webb. Phyllis A. 450 

Webb. Randy J. 270 

Webb. Richard A 

Webb, Roger L. 

Webb, Sharon G. 

Webb. Susan F, 

Webb. Timothy J. 

Webb. Virginia L 

Webb. Walker. Jr 

Webber, Anthony L 253. 386 

Webber. David E, 270 

Weber. Donna F 200, 201. 263 

480 
Weber, Judith A 450 
Weber, Leonard J 
Weber, Matthew P. 
Weber. Robert J 
Webster. Charles A 
Webster, Claudia A. 
Webster, Denise M 
Webster. Kimberly A. 480 
Webster, Mary 
Webster. Paul F 
Weddle, E Dale 
Weedman, Don K. 
Wegenast, Gary D 480 
Wegenast, Teri M. 
Wegenhart, Sandra R. 328 
Wehner. Judith A. 
Wehr, David 60 
Weidinger, Ken W. 
Wier. Tern J, 386 
Weier. William R. 



Weikel, Katherine A 450 

Weilage. Chena L 

Weineri, Janell L 

Wemgartner. Anthony 386 

Weir, Zero M 

Weis, Karen A. 480 

Weis, Sandra A 

Weis, William K. 

Weisman, Donald E. 

Weisman. Shelley L. 422 

Welch. Betty J 

Welch. Brewier W 253, 386 

Welch, Diana C 

Welch, Kathryn A 

Welch, Larry D 

Welch, Mark K 300, 318 

Welch. Mary M 

Welch, Pam S 450 

Welch, Roy M 480 

Welch. Shirley K 

Welch. Wanda R 

Weldon. Henry J 

Wellbrock. Stanley C. 

Wellman. Sandra L. 

Wellman. Vickie L 

Wellmeyer, Christine 

Wells. Beatriz G 

Wells. Betty L 480 

Wells, Billy P. 266. 306 

Wells. Debra D 480 

Wells. Donna R 

Wells. Donna R 

Wells. Evelyn S M 

Wells, Jo Anelen 

Wells. John L Jr 270 

Wells, Linda G 480 

Wells. Marsha L 

Wells, Mary E. 480 

Wells, Michael E. 

Wells. Michael W. 

Wells. Prisctlla A. 

Wells, Richa E. 

Wells, Richard E. 

Wells, Richard H 

Wells, Robert O Jr. 

Wells, Ronald H. 

Wells. Ronnia H 

Wells, Steven A 337 

Wells, Taryn K 175, 240, 310 

Wells. Terry L. 

Wells. William B. 

Wells, William 0. 

Wells, William L 

Wells. William P 

Welsh. Joseph F. 

Welsh. Todd M 

Wenderoth. Carl A. 

Wentworth. Teresa K 

Wenlzel. Mary L. 

Wentzel, Mary S 

Wenz. John M 387 

Wenz. Vickl A. 

WenzBl, Cindy L 257. 387 

Wermuth. Mark A 

Wernegreen, Joan R. 

WESLEY FOUNDATION 276 

Wesley. Greta 

Wesley, Larry D. 



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Wal-Wes/lndex 507 



Wesley. Melissa G. 480 

Wesley, Modena G M. 

Wesley, Pamela L. 480 

Wesley, Teresa V 

Wesley, Vanessa 480 

Wess, Carrie D 

Wesselkamper, Mary P. 480 

West, Althea F. 

West. Billy J 387 

West. Charles H. 

West. Corliss 

West, Douglas W, 

West, Gregory W. 

West, Henry T Jr. 

West, Kaye P. 

West, Kenneth P. 

West, Lana F 

Wesl. Michael G 

West. Nancy A. 246, 318, 330 

422 
West, Roy J. 279, 397 
Wesi, Rufus W 
Westbrook, Glenda M. 
Westerfield. Cynlhja 450 
Westertield, John S. 
Westerman, Diana L 246, 284, 315 

387 
Weslermeyer. Joseph E, 
WesHall, Tim J, 480 
Westmeyer, Oanila S. 
Weston, Pamela O 
Westrick, Charles D 387 
Westnck, Pamela K 
Wetherby, Alden D 
Wethinglon, Betlye M. 
Wethington, Wary P. 
Wetmore, CImton C 
Wetmore, Marilyn G 
Wever, Philip R, 
Weyhrauch, Ernest E. 
Whalen, Mark K, 
Whalen. Paul L 
Whalen, Regts E 
Whalen, Sheha M. 
Whaley. James H 
Whaley, Pamela J 480 
Wharlon. Anne M 268, 387 
Whanon. Richard A 170, 296, 322 

323,422 
Wheal, Evan S 
Wheat, Lisa M 267. 387 
Wheatley, Donna K. 
Wheatley, James E, 
Wheatley, Mary M 
Wheeldon. Brenda G. 
Wheeler, Brenda D. 
Wheeler, Cheryl A. 
Wheeler, Garmon M 
Wheeler, Gary C 285 
Wheeler, Gregg A. 
Wheeler, James L 
Wheeler, Judith A 480 
Wheeler, Kimberly A. 387 
Wheeler. Ronald D. 
Wheeler, Roxie A 
Wheeler, Stephen C. 
Wheeler, Terry M. 387 
Wheeler. Vicky L 450 
Whelan, Gery C 
Whicker. Mary A. 



Whidby, Mary S. 480 

Whiles, Tamara K 

Whisenhunl. Rrchard M. 

Whilaker, Bobbie G 

Whilaker, Bruce M 

Whitaker. Denise A, 480 

Whitaker, Fess D 422 

Whrtaker, Gary D 

Whilaker, George 

Whilaker, Juanila L. H. 

Whitaker, Mark S. 

Whitaker, Melissa 450 

Whitaker, Michelle A, 397 

Whitaker, Paul D. 

Whilaker, Peggy L. 

Whilaker, Randy L 367 

Whitaker, Rila L 

Whilaker, Rulh J 

Whilaker, ScotI H 

Whilaker, Susan E. S. 

While, Andrew B, 335 

White, Angela F 

White, Aquilla M 

White, Becky C 

White, Betty C. 

White. Beverly A, 

While. Charles E. 

While, Cheryl E 

White, Cheryl E. 

White, Cindy L 

White, Cindy L. 

While, Cynlhia L. 

White. David L. 

While. Denise R. 

White, Denita C. 387 

White. Donald C Jf 450 

White. Donna 

White, Ernest R. Ill 

While, Frank A. Jr. 

White, Greg A. 

White, Greggory L, 

While, James R. 388 

While. James W, 

While, Jasper D 

While, Jeff A. 

While. Jenny L 

While, Jerry T, 

White, John E. 

White, Kenneth Lane 

White, Kimberly A, 330 

White, Larry N. 

White, Lillian N. 

While, Marlene 

White, Mary G 

White, Melodie A 295 

White, Wyrna C 388 

White, Nareen 172. 205 

White, Oliver B. Jr. 

While. Pamela S. 480 

White, Ronald A. II 316. 422 

While, Shannon 

While, Shelby R. 243, 285. 388 

White, Sherry L. 

While, Sieven G. 

White, Susan 422 

While. Thomas S. 

While, Tracy M. 397 

While, Ursula 264, 422 

While, Valerie G 

White. Veda A. 296. 422 



White. Victor S 
White, William L 
Whited, Donna M. 
Whiied, Everett P 
Whiied. Mary M. 388 
Whilehair, Deborah S. 
Whiiehair, Deborah S. 
Whilehead, Gary W 259. 278, 422 
Whilehouse. Diana S 
Whilehouse. Donna G. 285 
Whitehouse, Karia P. 
Whitesel. Melissa L. 
Whitfield, Laura B 284, 480 
Whiting. Bruce W 
Whitis. Calvin 324 
Whitis. Charles E. 
Whitis. Patricia A. 
Whitley. Amy J 
Whitley, Beverly K 
Whitlmg, Constance M. 
Whillock, Charles D 
Whillock, Jean M 
Whillock, Vickie L, 388 
Whitman, Barry S. 450 
Whitman, Kevm W 170,253,388 
Whitnel, William M 
Whitsitt, Debi A, 
Whitson, Martha D B. 
Whitt, Cathy M, T, 
Whitl, Paul D. 
Whin, William B 
Whittaker, Cheryl D. 
Whinaker, Gregroy C 
Whtttaker, Lynn C. 
Whittaker, Thomas J. 316 
Whittaniore, Lloyd R. 
Whtttmglon. Alan S. 
Whittle, Margaret S, 
Whitton, Pat A 
Whitwonh, Jane A. W 
Whitowrth, William F 
Wiard, Deborah S. 
Wibbels. Cathy L. 
Wicker. Greg L 
Wicker, Vmcenl A. 
Wickham, Melanie S 450 
Wickline. Debra A. 480 
Wickline, Karen L. 422 
Wickline, Mark A 422 
Widdowfieid, Faith A. 450 
Widener, Elizabeth L. 
Widener, Juanita C, 
Widmann. Janet M 285, 450 
Widner, Terry L 
Wiedemer, Alice C 393 
Wiedemer, Leslie A. 
Wiederhold, Kalhy E. 
Wiedmer, Kalherine M. 
Wiedmer, Melody L. 
Wieliczko, Mary A, 248, 271 
Wierman, Nyoka A. 
Wiesemann, Rosemary V. 
Wiesner, Pam 273 
Wiggins, Clarice 388 
Wiggins, Joseph 170. 388 
Wiggins, Michael D. 
Wiggins, William M, 
Wigginton, Chnslophe 
Wigginton, Julia L 249, 264. 272 
422 



Wigglesworth, James E. 275. 283. 422 


Williams, Barry F. 


Wight, Gerald F III 


Williams, Barry S. 


Wilamowski, April A 


Williams, Bernetta N. 


Wilbanks, James D 422 


Williams, Betsy K, 


Wllber, Ann E 263, 480 


Willtams, Beverly K. 


Wilberding, Anita L, 


Williams, Billy J. 


Wilborn, James M 


Williams. Blanche 


Wilburn, Leonard D. 


Williams. Carla 295, 423 


Wilburn, Mark S. 


Williams, Carol A. 388 


Wilce, William S. 


Williams, Carolyn R, L. 


Wilcher. June B 


Williams, Calhleen C. 


Wilcox, Genie C. 312, 422 


Williams. Christopher 188, 189 


Wilcox. Kathenne J 


Williams, Connie L 216 


Wilcox, William S. 


Williams. Craig E 


Wilcoxen, Greg D. 


Williams, Crystal L. 480 


Wilde. Jeffrey A. 


Williams, David 180 


Wilder, Alva D 


Williams. David A 


Wilder, Anthony W 285 


Williams, David G. 


Wilder, Ava G 450 


Williams, David L. 


Wilder, Gary W. 


Williams, David L. 


Wilder, J C 


Williams, David W 


Wilder, James A 


Williams, David W. 


Wilder, Jonell G 


Williams, Debbie A. 283 


Wilder, Martha M 


Williams, Deboarh J. 480 


Wilder, Michael R. 277, 450 


Williams. Deborah L. 


Wilder, Patricia S 


Williams, Debra C. 


Wilder, Sarah K, 


Williams, Donald D. 


Wilder, Tony A. 277, 397 


Williams, Doug E. 


Wilder, Wanda C, 


Williams, Dudley C. 


Wilder, Wilson K 


Williams, Eddie B. 


Wilding, Donna S 318 


Williams, Elizabeth C 


Wilding, George E Jf 


Williams, Evelyn H. 


Wildman, Deboarh L 480 


Williams, Felicia L. 336, 450 


Wiles, David A 275 


Williams, Ferme D 


Wiles, Nancy N. 


Williams, Gail L. 


Wiles, Shirley J. 


Williams, Glenda K. S. 


Wilgus, Curtis A. 


Williams, Gregory H. 


Wilhelmi, Joyce A. 450 


Williams, Harold D 276 


Wilhem, James A 


Williams, Helen L B. 


Wilhile, James B. 


Williams, Howard D 374 


Wilhoit, James R. 


Williams, James M, 388 


Wilhoiie, Rebecca G. 269, 388 


Williams, James S 


Wilhoite. Rhonda K. 


Williams, Jan S. 


Wiikderson, Becky R 303 


Williams, Janet L, 


Wilkerson, Beth 203 


Williams, Janetta K 268, 388 


Wilkerson, Gary B 253, 388 


Williams, Jeffrey L. 270 


Wilkerson, Gregory R. 422 


Williams, John C. 


Wilkerson, Karen D 298, 423 


Williams, John M. 


Wilkerson, Margaret W. 270. 284. 388 


Williams, Judilh L. 


Wilkerson, Mary L. 203, 310 


Williams. Karen 318 


Wilkerson, Rhonda K. 283, 480 


Williams, Larry E. 


Wilkin, Ronald J. 


Wiiliams, Laurence E. 


Wilkinson, Arthur L. 


Williams. Leslie T. 


Wilkinson, Debbie J, H. 


Williams, Letton C 296 


Wilkinson, Gregory V. 


Williams, Lisa K. 450 


Wilkirson, Frances F, 275. 450 


Williams, Margaret M. 


Willard, Elizabeth K. 265 


Williams, Mark A. 


Willard, Timothy R, 


Williams, Mark E 423 


Willenbrink, Rila L. 480 


Williams, Mavis A. 


Willeroy, JeHrey K, 


Williams, Michael B 


Willeroy. Randy S. 


Williams, Michael B. 


Willett, Robert D 


Williams, Michael G. 


Willhile, Charles C. 


Williams, Mollie L 


Willhite, Elizabelh A. 388 


Williams. Nancy D. 


Williams. Andre D. 480 


Williams. Pamela J. 


Williams, Angela R. 286, 423 


Williams, Patricia A. 


Williams, Anila K, 


Williams, Paul W. 


Williams, Anne D 


Williams, Peggy A. 


Williams. Arthur G 335 


Williams, Ray L 


Williams. Barbara J. 450 


Williams, Rebecca L, 450 



Under the watchful eyes of an assistant coach, pregame warm-ups are held to relax football players before a game. 







508 index/Wes-Wil 



WillJams. Reginald 

Williams. Rhonda C 423 

Williams, Richard J 

Williams, Robert H 

Williams. Sandra L 

Williams. Sarah W 

Williams. Sharon T. 

Williams, Sherri L. 

Williams, Stephen A 423 

Williams, Susan F 

Williams, Tarzza K 

Williams. Vicki L, 

Williams. Vickie L. 310 

Williams. Wanda F 

Williams. William B 

Williamson, Bruce E. 

Williamson. Charles W. 

Williamson, Daniel A 

Williamson, Donna J 312, 450 

Williamson, Emma J. 

Williamson, George R. 

Williamson. Hazel P 

Williamson. Jeltrey L. 

Williamson, Joanne 

Williamson, Laune A 450 

Williamson, Leonore J- 

Williamson. Ronald D. 450 

Williamson. Stuart 

Willian, Billy J. 

Willinger. Richard J. 300. 337 

Wiltingham. Charles C- 

Wlllis, Dixie L, 295. 326 

Willis. Howard 374 

Willis. Jane M, 

Willis, Linda R. 

Willis. Nikki C. 

Willis. Susan W, 

Willoughby. Aletla J. 423 

Wiiloughby, Bill E. Jr. 

Willoughby, Cmdy L, 450 

Wiiloughby, Daniel W 

WiltoughDy, Randy D. 

Willoughby. Samuel W. 

Wills. Robin L. 450 

Wills. Sanford E. 

WilmhoH. Debora A. 125 

Wilson. Alice S. 

Wilson, Anna B. 

Wilson, Beckham H, 450 

Wilson. Belinda F, 278 

Wilson. Betty A. 

Wilson. Carolyn S. 

Wilson, Charles E. 388 

Wilson, Charles G. 

Wilson. Danny K, 

Wilson. Davis A. 

Wilson, Deanna D 

Wilson. Deborah L. B. 

Wilson, Debra L. 252 

Wilson, Denese A. 284 

Wilson. Doug K. 388 

Wilson. Elaine H 172 

Wilson. Elizabeth A. 450 

Wilson, Ella K. 

Wilson. Ernest G. 

Wilson. Garland L. 

Wilson. Harlan L. 423 

Wilson, Helen E 263 

Wilson. Jane 

Wilson, Jay A. 397 

Wilson. John S 

Wilson. Joyce J. 

Wilson, Kalherine A, 388 

Wilson, Kathey J 216. 246. 265 

388 
Wilson. Kathryn D. 
Wilson. Kathy L. 217. 240. 252 

257 
Wilson, Lewis 386 
Wilson. Linda L. 
Wilson. Louetta R, 262. 480 
Wilson. Lynila R, 
Wilson, Margaret L. 
Wilson, Mark *A. 
Wilson, Marsha C. 
Wilson, Mary A. F. 
Wilson, Mary L. 310 
Wilson. Michael L. 
Wilson, Nancy J. 
Wilson, Nancy R, 
Wilson, Pamela J 423 
Wilson, Patricia 
Wilson. Patricia A, 326 
Wilson. Patricia A. 
Wilson. Patricia D. 328 
Wilson, Patricia K. 480 
Wilson. Patti R, 488 
Wilson. Peggy H. 
Wilson. Phillip C. 332 
Wilson. Regma D. 450 
Wilson, Rex L. 
Wilson. Robert M. 
Wilson, Ronald 180 
Wilson, Ronald D, 
Wilson. Rose N. 
Wilson, Sandra L. 
Wilson, Sister Mary A. 
Wilson. Stephen E. 
Wilson. Sue A. 450 
Wilson. Valya L. 239. 252. 269 

388 
Wilson. Vickie L. 
Wilson, Virginia C 
Wilson. Wayne T 
Wilson, Wendy D. 388 
Wilson. William R, 
Will. Marcia A, 318, 423 
Wimberly, Winifred A, 
Wimsatt. Angela J- 
Wimsan. Mark D. 
Wimsatt, Tanya R. 
Winburn. Cynthia C. 
Winburn. Verman R. 269. 388 
Winchester, Annette P. 
Wind, Susan M 423 
Winder, David R. 
Windham, Patncta L. 269. 388 
Wine, Dennis J 
Wmebrenner, Kathy L, 
Winfrey, George S 270 
Winfrey, Terrell D 
Wingate, Jane A, 269. 277. 388 
Wingate. Nancy C 213. 450 
Wink, Pamela S. 



Winkle. Diana F. 

Winkler, Bryan A 

Winkler. Oenms A. 

Winkler, Karyn A 

Winkler. Kimberly 480 

Winkler, Marsha C 

Winkler, Robert G 

Winkler, Thomas J 

Winkler, William M 

Winn. Michael K 

Winn. Richard W 324 

Winnenberg, Warren J. 

Winscher, Leslee B. 318 

Winsen. Robert W 280 

Winstead. Susan J 423 

Winter. David M. 

Winter. Joseph M. 

Winterberg. Lisa E. 

Winters. David L. 480 

Wintien. Shirley D. 393 

Wireman. David R. 

Wireman. Gene D. 

Wireman. Gene D. 

Wireman. Jack L. 

Wise, Doctor Joe 147 

Wireman. Phillip 

Wise. Melinda S 271. 481 

Wise. Paula J C 

Wise, Thomas L 

Wiseman. Conme A. 

Wiseman, Darryl A 

Wiseman, Gregory R. 164. 450 

Wiseman, Kalherine S. 

Wiseman. Mary L, 

Wiseman, Pamela J. 

Wiseman, Patricia A, 

Wisenbaker, Sue A 

Wisher. Mary J A 

Wisner, Pamela S. 262, 481 

Wisnioski, Douglas R. 280 

Withers. Brenda K 

Wilhers. Frank D 

Withers, Terry S 

Witherspoon, Joe P 

Wilhrow, Randall L 

Withrow, Richard 

Wm, Anthony G. 450 

Win, Eleanor J 

Win. Eimer Jr. 

Witt. Gary W, 

Win, Gina R. 

Win. Vinada K. 

Winenbarger. Joseph 

Wittmann, Margarei L, 481 

Winmann. Peggy 326 

Wilzman, Linda A. 303. 481 

Woerth. Sheila T, 

Woeste. Rick A 251, 388 

WoHord, Diane E. 

Woford, Julian S. 

Wohlleb. Nancy M, 

Wohlleb, Vicki A. 423 

Wohn. Cindy L 

Wolf. April 321 

Wolf, Jams M. 

WoK, JeHrey C. 189 

Wolf. Jeffrey L. 450 

Wolf, John G. 

Wolf. John L. 

Wolf, Kathleen M. 216 

Wolfe, Alan M, 450 

Wolfe, Donna H. 

Wolfe, Lisa E. 

Wolfe, Maria K 481 

Wolfe. Mary A. 

WoKe, Robin W 481 

Wolfe, Scon C 450 

Wolfe, Tommy D. 

Woltf, C. Gary 

Wolff, Rebekah R. L, 

Wolff. Thomas C. 

Wolfinbarger, Joy 

Wolfzorn, Cheryl A. 481 

Wolfzorn. Stephen W. 254, 269. 283 

388 
Wolkan. James C. 
Wolpin, Susan I. 
Wolter. James B. 
Womack. John H. 



WOMEN'S INTERDORM 274 

Wong, Chun Km 

Wong, Jonathan C S 

Wong, Kwan H G. 

Wong, Laiying W 

Wong, Tin Jor 

Wong, Tinyau 423 

Wong. Vivian Y 

Woo, Dellneda M 

Wood. Andra L 

Wood, Cynthia E. 397 

Wood. Donald E 

Wood, Giendel F 

Wood, GriH A. 423 

Wood. Inez 

Wood, Jacqueline E, 

Wood, James D 

Wood, Janice L. 423 

Wood, Joe B 

Wood, Nancy J 

Wood, Pamela J 388 

Wood, Rebecca A. 389 

Wood, Rebecca E. 389 

Wood, Robie E 270, 423 

Wood, Shelia K, 423 

Wood, Susan N, 

Wood, Tammie R- 

Wood, Vickii L, 

423 

Wood, William G. 

Woodail, Donald R. 

Woodcock. Stephen L, 

Woodford, Clinton L. 389 

Woodford, Diane P 

Woodie, Hilda L. 

Woodrey, Dale A. 

Woodring. Stephen A 

WoodruH, Mark D. 207 

Woods. Chris R. 481 

Woods, Donald R 

Woods, Frankie L. 481 

Woods, James J Jr. 

Woods, James S. 

Woods, Judy A. 

Woods. Karen E. 451 

Woods, Kenneth E, 

Woods. Kenneth S 

Woods, Lalanya D 423 

Woods, Lawrence H, 324 

Woods, Michael L. 180, 389 

Woods, Patricia J. 

Woods, Phil T, 

Woods, Hegina K. 389 

Woods, Theresa R. 451 

Woods, William R, 

Woodward, Debra E. 

Woodward, Jeffrey C. 

Woodward, Robin L. 

Woodward, Teresa L, 

Woolery, Jane M, 

Wooley, Linda M 

Woolfolk, Barbara J. 481 

Wooltolk, James S 

WooHork, Deborah C. 389 

Woolum. Kayren L, 

Woolum, William R. 

Woolums, Ray R. II 

Woosley. Larry J. 

Wooten. Mark E. 

Wooton. Jean A. 

Wooton, Marcella A. 

Wooton, Patricia L 389 

Wooton. Sally 

Wooton. Sharon D 

Wooton. Wanda M, 

Word. Denver 481 

Worell, Amy B 

Work. Kathy M. 397. 423 

Workman, Sharon L. 

Works, Kimberly J. 

Works, Robert E. 

Worley, James E. 

Worley, Martha M. 
Worley. Steven S. 
Worrell, Irene M, 
Worrell, Leighton F, 389 
Worrell, Martie E, 
Worrell, Sheila G. 451 
Worrell. Stephen E. 



Worrell. Victoria L, 
Worthlngton, Julie A. 
Wray, Nancy A 
Wren. Jerri L. 
Wren. William J, 
Wright. Brian H, 
Wright, Cecelia F. 
Wrighl, Cynthia A. 481 
Wright, Danny C 389 
Wright, Dave T 
Wright, Denise C 
Wright, JeHrey A 
Wright, JeHrey W 370, 423 
Wrighl, Jerome P 370, 389 
Wrighl. Kim N. 389 
Wright, Marsha L 
Wright, Mary J. 
Wright, Michael S. 300 
Wrighl, Olis K. 
Wrighl, Patricia L 451 
Wright. Raymond L. 
Wright, Richard L. 251 
Wright, Ronald W 481 
Wrighl. Suzanne L 461 
Wrighl. Tambra K 
Wright, Terry W 
Wright, Tommy G 
Wright. Wilfred R. 
Wu. Mingming 
WuHekamp, Yvonne L. 481 
Wulfhorst. Teresa L 481 
Wulfhorsi, Vickie A, 451 
Wullner, Tern L. 423 
Wullschleger, Davd W, 
Wurtzbacher. Karel L. 310 
Wyatt. George W 
Wyan, Mary L 
Wyatt, Penny U 
Wylie, Jan A. 
Wyhe, Linda D. 389 
Wylie. Stanley L Jr. 
Wyman, Robert C. 



— Y— 



York, Mona L 
York, Sandra A 
York, Thomas M. 
Young. Anita J 
Young. Billie H. 
Young, Bonnie 
Young, Cathryn A. 
Young. Chandra K, 
Young, Clyde Jr 
Young, Conara E 
Young, David M 
Young, Deborah S 
Young. Donald L 423 
Young. Fayette M 
Young. Floyd S 
Young, Fred D 334, 384 
Young. Howard L 
Young. James C 
Young, Jane R 
Young, Janet L. 423 
Young. John E. 
Young. Joyce L 262, 296 

Young, Judith H 

Young, Judy A 389 

Young, Kelly V 321, 451 

Young. Linda S. 

Young, Lisa G. 

Young. Mane 

Young. Michael W 451 

Young. Nancy 

Young. Robert J. 

Young, Robin A 252, 389 

Young. Samuel R- Jr 451 

Young. Shirley J 

Young, Steven D 

Young. Susan E. 451 

Young. Susan E. 

Young, Thelma 

Young. Tony L, 

Young, Victor C. 

Young, William E. 328, 337 

Younger, Lennie C 

Yount, Janet M 247. 451 

Yu, Kintak J 451 

Yuen. John W K. 

Yuen, Wai L. 

Yule. Donald E. 



Yaden, Andrea B. 172. 389 

Yaghmaee. Manouchehr 

Yahya. Saleh M. 

Yancey, Joe L 

Yancey, Paul L. 481 

Yankey. Norma J. 

Yap, Stephen Y. 

Yarbrough, Mary A. 

Yates, Archie 

Yates, Deboarh J. 273. 281, 451 

Yates, Donald L, 481 

Yates. Edith L 

Yates, Joni L. 451 

Yates. Joseph D 

Yates, Joseph R. 

Yates, Mavis K. 

Yeager, Debra L, 

Yeager. Joseph L. 481 

Yeager. Karen E. 

Yeager, Larry T. 

Yeager, Sharon K. 255. 389 

Yearstey, John W. Jr. 

Yeary, Lana C. 

Yeary. Patricia J 451 

Yeast. Louis 

Yeater, Sheila D 

Yellin. Mark H. 170, 209, 237 

389 
Yelton. Betty R. 
Yerlan. Dale E. 
Yoder, Bret H, 
Yoder, Elmon E 
Yokley. Mark G. 
Yonts, Charles G, 
Yonts. Linda M. 
York, David G. 
York. Glendon W, 
York, Helen M. 
York, Joseph A, 324 
York, Judy K, 285 
York. Linda D 



— Z— 



Zagar, Andrew J. 55 

Zagorski, Joe R- 

Zama, Kimbi Ndefru 

Zamani. Mohammad E- 

Zanone, Wesley M. 

Zechella. Jacqueline 481 

Zeckner, Douglas J. 157 

Zeckner, Marlene E. 264 

Zehnder, Mark K 

Zeils, Gregory G 

Zerhusen, Raymond J 481 

Zetzer. Joan E. 277, 281, 451 

Zifcheck, Nancy L. 423 

Zimmer. Carol J. 423 

Zimmerman. Bernard M. 

Zimmerman, Denise L. 451 

Zimmerman, Jenna H. 

Zimmerman. Laura A 

Zimmerman, Suzan G. 451 

Zimmerman. Vicki E. 

Zimmerman, Vickt E. 

Zinner, John L 

Zipperle, Patricia A, 423 

Zirnheld, Gregory E 

Zitkovic. John J, 167 

Zonca, David A, 

Zopfi, Sandra A. 

Zornes, Lucy F. 

Zottman, Wanda S, 

Zuccala, Frank 389 

Zuercher, John E. 

Zuercher, Mary J. 

Zuercher, Richard R. 

Zullo, Brenda J 389 

Zwahlen. James A. 251, 252. 389 

Zych. Debra A. 389 



Anxious seniors gaze through graduation progranfis in anticipation of their place in the activities. 




IN MEMORIAM 



DR. D.THOMAS FERRELL 

Professor of Education, Retired 

November 4, 1977 



BILLY PRICE GERALD 

Freshman 

September 1977 

ROGER DALE HENRY 

Freshman 

February 16, 1978 

BRENDA CAROL JANES 

Sophomore 

November 1977 

MELVINA FRANCES JEWELL 

Sophomore 

February 26, 1978 

MR. JOE KEITH 

Assistant Director of Housing 

November 13, 1977 

TAMARA KAY LAWRENCE 
Freshman 
i November 18, 1977 

JEFFERY L. NORRIS 

Sophomore 
November 15, 1977 

DR. MARY MARSHALL ROBERTS 

Professor of Special Education 

September 4, 1977 

MARY ANN YARBROUGH 

Junior 

November 4, 1977 



510 In Memoriam 




Editor's Note 



What you have been looking at is the culmination of thousands of combined hours of effort. The 
challenge of trying to capture the feelings, events and actions of an entire school with plastic and 
paper is staggering. Many things were left out and many things did not get the coverage that they 
deserve, but the book has a limited number of pages and my job was to edit the material, so that is 
what I did. 

It is quite obvious that this year's book is smaller than last year's book. The problems of funding 
and rising costs are an old story, but unfortunately they are very true ones in this case. In hopes of 
partially making up this deficit, you should also notice that there is much more color photography 
in this year's book than there ever has been before. 

I started in on this job back in August and knew that we had troubles. We returned four people 
from last year's staff and had a new adviser. On top of this, our budget problems necessitated the 
reduction of the book by 100 pages. Over the course of the year we had a number of problems. 
Several of the section editors I had chosen did not work out and my Managing Editor, Debbie Es- 
kridge, had to take over. She never complained and really saved my life on more than one occa- 
sion. My section editors that stayed on were the best group of people that I have ever worked with. 
Matt Davies, our Sports Editor, did a very difficult job and made a tricky section turn out just right. 
He had never been on the Milestone staff before, and even though he did most of his work in the 
dead of night and deposited the pages mysteriously in our work box, we didn't think he was too 
weird. Another newcomer was Shelley Steele, our Classes Editor. She was always ready to help 
anyone out and did her section correctly and on time. Our Organizations Editor, Meg Hiles, put up 
with a lot of foolishness from both the organizations she dealt with and yours truly. Meg was 
reliable and a real perfectionist. Jill Secrest, our Index Editor, wore her fingerprints off indexing all 
(hopefully) the organizations and individuals in this book. Although she had a tendency to scream 
when problems arose, Jill usually did her screaming after office hours so no one from the sur- 
rounding offices would get upset. 

As I mentioned before, Debbie Eskridge acted as Managing Editor, she was also our Academics 
Editor, Honors Editor and contributed to the Student Life and Sports Sections. Our Business 
Manager, Cliff Taylor, kept all the books straight and took care of the picture sales program. 

The English majors reading this will probably be wondering just who is this "we" that one person 
is talking about. Well, the other half of the "we" is Mr. Larry Bailey, the Adviser to the Milestone. 
This book is as much his product as it is mine, and would never had been produced without his 
hard work and technical expertise. 

This leads us (inevitably) to Mr. Paul Lambert, University Photographer. Paul took a large num- 
ber of the photographs appearing in this volume and put in long hard hours in the printing room 
and the film room. 

I personally would like to thank the following people: Mr. Donald Feltner, the person I was 
always able to go to with any questions or problems. Mr. Feltner knows more about the publica- 
tions field in general than I thought humanly possible. Jack Frost, Karl Park, and John Winnecke 
from the Office of Public Information, executive secretary Beverly Burrus, administration expert 
Doug Whitlock and Mike Hardesty, graphics specialist. 

Finally, we would like to thank all the professionals down at Delmar Printing: Chairman of the 
Executive Committee Jack Renfro, Plant Manager Bob Anderson, Production Supervisor Sam 
Dixon, Artist and Renaissance Man Ralph Van Dyke and our Account Representative Becky Alex- 
ander. All of the memories we have of Delmar are happy ones, well almost all. 

Allen Douglas Engle 



512 Editor's Note 




Editor's Note 513 



The university experience provided a 
multitude of opportunities for interaction. 
Tine confidence and self-assurance 
resulting from this interaction was as 
much an educational experience as 
anything learned in the classroom. 





Society is, indeed, a contract . . . 
It is a partnership in all science, a 
partnersliip in all art, a 
partnership in every virtue and in 
all perfection. 

— Edmund Burke 




Milestone 515 



An aim of self-improvement does not mean the 
sacrifice of one's individuality. Rather, self-improve- 
ment is an attempt to strengthen those individual 
characteristics that create the wide-ranging diversity 
of Eastern's population. 








Every individual has a place to fill in the world, and is 
important in some respect, whether he chooses to be so 
or not. 

— Nathaniel Hawthorne 



Milestone 517 



There is no point high 
enough that one can say, "This 
is the peak." 

— Jascha Heifetz 





t'-i'tnw. 



The growth and maturation process does not end with graduation. Old 
goals were achieved, new ones have been set. The lives of all who suc- 
cessfully encountered the worlds which are Eastern will continually reflect 
the University's philosophy of excellence in all their endeavors. The Univer- 
sity has been changed by our presence. All of us will be richer for following 
Eastern's dictum of going beyond what is merely required and striving 
toward Excellence. 





Specifications 



The 1978 MILESTONE was prepared by the students of Eastern 
Kentucky University and printed by offset lithography by Delmar 
Printing Company, Charlotte, North Carolina. 

The paper stock is 80-pound Westvaco Coronation dull offset 
stock; with the fencefold printed on 100-pound stock. 

The cover is a Helvetica Medium Cordoba with blind embossures, 
applied foil stamping and a black overtone. 

Body copy for the opening pages is Helvetica Medium 14 point with 
two-point leading; and for the remainder of the book Helvetica 
Medium 10- and 12-point with two-point leading. All outlines are 
eight-point. Senior listings are 10-point and underclasses, nine-point. 
Headlines are Helvetica Medium. The Student Life and Sports sec- 
tions were printed in a lacquer over black process. 

Divisional pages are printed in brown two posterizations with gold 
halftones. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pictures both four-color and 
black-and-white included Nikon (35mm), Canon (35mm), Nikkormat 
(35mm), Rolle (35mm), Richo (35mm), and Hasselblad (2 V^ x 2 Va,). 
Lens focal lengths used ranged from wide angle, 18mm, to telephoto 
500 mm. Senior and underclass portraits were photographed by 
Steven's Studios, Bangor, Maine. 

Press run was 8,500 copies. 



520 Specifications 



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